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Sociology of the Leywota 4 The Evernascent Myth 4a Chief Working
betelnut their importance and their magic How trees are owned
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agriculture anchored arbour Bagido'u baleko banana baskets belly betel-nut brother buritila'ulo bush-hen bush-pig bwayma called canoe ceremony charm clan coconut coral crops Diags digging-stick district economic fish Formula garden magic garden magician garden plot gardening team harvest gift headman heap household husband important inaugural island Kabwaku kamkokola kavatam kayasa kinsmen Kiriwina kuvi Kwaybwaga labour land tenure large yams leaves leywota liku log cabin marriage maternal matrilineal millipede Mitakata moon natives Oburaku Omarakana organisation pandanus paramount chief patrilocal performed planting Plate produce rank ridge pole rite ritual roof round seed yams seen shoots sister sociological soil spell spider covers sprout sticks storehouse sub-clan Tabalu taboo taro taytu To'uluwa towosi Trobriands trumpet shell tubers Tudava tula urigubu usually Vakuta vilamalia village vine Wakayse weeding whole wife wife's wild ginger Woodlark Island yam pole yam-house yams