ethnographical : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a of or relating to ethnography
- Officially, however, Britain claims the right of protecting Mosul by virtue of a League of Nations mandate; Turkey claims it on ethnographical ground; France has a purely .
- In May 1973, during the opening of an ethnographical exhibition in the Konstmuseum at Gothenburg in Sweden, someone made off with a major Matisse, the Girl in White.
- The Commission of Five is empowered to recommend "minor modifications in strictly ethnographical determination of the zones which are to be transferred without plebiscite.
- Veena Das in Delhi Newsline
My collection is large enough to fill the exhibition. My links with Polish folk art goes back to the beginning of my studies at the Fine Arts Academy in Krakow and my collaboration with Professor Roman Reinfuss who rebuilt the Ethnographical Museum... Andrzej Wajda http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrzej_Wajda&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFpWxt6U66t_Y_e7AzvYSzcXMRT2Q Polish Market http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.polishmarket.com.pl/document/:18202%3Fp%3D%252FEconomic%2BMonitor%252F&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNF8IEkFphaJfVHsDwlaIOKGH2Lnog Sep 23, 2008
34333 43857 ethnography While Das said the book captured the ethnography of the state", Bhargava said the authors seemed "reluctant to adopt the language of morality" and pinpoint wrongdoers.