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This interloper was Min Lieskovsky, a 31-year-old straight New Yorker who mingled freely and occasionally ducked into a bathroom to scribble notes. This theory was called the Manchester, or heliocentric (sun-centered) school of thought. American Anthropological Association. 1993. Margaret Mead (1986) commented that “ideally, a three-generation its own cultural rules and age-specific language, and needs to be studied on its own terms. Recommend related course in human anatomy.

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