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The Ifugao are more clannish than communal, Baguilat said, so clans, not villages, build and tend their muyung.
And, for the clannish among us (which means every Filipino), there's always that grand family reunion.
This was as he advised the former Lagos State governor to be wary of the appointment, admonishing him to extract a strong commitment from the president and the APC leadership that the committee would be placed above any selfish, ethnic and clannish interests.
Gucci Garden - Gucci Official Facebook Page CAIRO -- 11 January 2018: The Palazzo della Mercanzia is now home to the Gucci Garden, an Alessandro Michele creation which will exclusively house a clannish store with unrivaled pieces.
His passions are money and, surprisingly, family -- but not in a tender way, just a clannish pride in being "a Getty".
The simplistic way in which Insia amasses millions of fans through a series of social media posts and song uploads and her breakthrough into the highly clannish Bollywood industry isn't wholly believable.
The Chinese have come a long way from their huddled migrant beginnings and their secretive, clannish ways, even up to the 1980s during my Xavier days.
Around the world, including in the United States, we are seeing the resurgence of a worldview that is closed off and clannish.
He said: "There is the tourist part of Dublin that's very different from the actual Dublin which is a very clannish parochial place.
Forgoing its clannish and tribal structure, which prevents any real progress by the local Arab authorities.
Uzbekistan is a clannish, ethnically diverse country with regions that were rival khanates for centuries and still have conflict potential.
Tynan of the ICG notes: "Uzbekistan is a clannish, ethnically diverse country with regions that were rival khanates for centuries and still have conflict potential.