TAASA REVIEW VOLUME 18 NO.3 – TAASA Review September 2009
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It thus refers to growth, sequence, potentiality and the rhythms of female fertility and fecundity in humans and, by extension, agriculture.
The curving horn also resembles the hull of a boat.
In some societies in both Indonesia and the Philippines, ancestral clan houses not only resemble boats, but are also imagined as such...