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A Howiesons Poort Tradition of Engraving Ostrich Eggshell Containers Dated to 60,000 Years Ago at Diepkloof Rock Shelter, South Africa," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 107, no.
The paper, entitled Late Pleistocene Techno-traditions in Southern Africa: A Review of the Still Bay and Howiesons Poort, c.
This level of alcohol use is in agreement with results from previous studies (De Graaff & Poort, 2004).
The eggshells were engraved by the Howiesons Poort culture, African hunter-gatherers.
19) The word 'rout' is still used to describe Wilmansrust, although the 5th had fought as well as any unit placed in so disadvantageous a position, accounting for more of the enemy than Major Gough's attacking force annihilated at Blood River Poort in September.
Africa), DEERRE (dere), TEESSIDE (in UK), LEETT (let), LEEWWE Kuils Poort (farmstead in S.
Deutsch, a Jefferson City attorney representing the college president, Stephen Poort, presented dozens of documents and called several witnesses in support of his contention that Carpenter knowingly fielded ineligible players in 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001.
In 1996, a point mutation in the prothrombin gene that is associated with hypercoagulability was described by Poort, et al.
His mutilated body was discovered last weekend by South African Police, in a shallow grave beside the Hartebeeste Poort Dam near Johannesburg.
Allaart CF, Poort SB, Rosendaal FR, Reitsma PH, Bertina RM, Briet E.
Principal battles: Talana (near Dundee), Ladysmith, and Colenso (near Pietermaritzburg) (1899); Spion Kop, Vaal Krantz (both near Ladysmith), and Bergendal (1900); Blood River Poort (1901).