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How the Nyanga subdivide the country in which they
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activities agnatic allocated ancient village animal animal trapped Banabenge clan banana banana-groves banana-trees Benge estate Benge's billhook bloodfriend borubi brooks brother Bwito area chief clearing clients concubine consanguine cultivation descent groups divine kings embo fallow land female fields fishing gathering genealogical grove hamlets harvest hunting and trapping husband's in-laws individuals intensive gathering interpersonal relationships keonda kesambo Kibua kinship Kubuya land-controlling group land-controlling unit larger legumes limits live lover male members marriage married maternal uncle Mirongo mondura motambo mother motondo mountains Mukobya Mungera Munongo estate Munongo proper ndemo controlled nkomo group ntata Nyanga country Nyanga language Nyatubi owner paternal aunt patrilineal planting political population density privileges received relationships remote forest RIGHTS IN LAND ritual wife rosho Rutshuru Shebanuntsane Shebirao Shekubuya Shekubuya's nkomo Shemuntsuntsu small children sororal nephew spirit-wife spirit-wives subdivisions subsidiary crops tracts of land trees types unmarried daughter unmarried sister various virgin forest wives women