UJEUnified Jazz Ensemble (Maryland)
UJEUnion des Jeunes Etudiants (French: Union of Young Students; Montpellier, France)
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One notable feature of Ayoreo is the neat division of labor between uje and ujetiga, mirroring the realis/irrealis divide (Bertinetto 2009).
See Marcus, Concise Dictionary, 64, 158, 186; UJE, 2:416; BEAJ, 53; Who's Who in American Jewry (1938), 112, 618-9; Abelow, History of Brooklyn Jewry, 6-7, 21, 311; Wexelstein, Building up Greater Brooklyn, 67-9; New York Times, June 29, 1911, 11; WWIAJ (1926), 363.
I am deeply grateful to Philip Tepahae and several other women and men in Uje and Anelcauhat in Aneityum for their hospitality, forbearance and thoughtful responses to my questions.
On Wilmington, see AJYB 9 (1907-08): 348; and "North Carolina," UJE, 8:238.