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Anthropologists frequently emphasize classification and the classificatory principles which link the perceived order of the cosmos directly with the order of social life. Beggari: This is a custom specific of the time when the Baluchi youth reaches the age of marriage but apparently his family cannot afford the marriage expenses due to their economic condition. New Haven: Yale University Press; London, H. Three volumes of entries of societies catalogued by Sumner.

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