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William Parker states that his main motivation for spending a lot of his own money to build a working replica of a Vietnam gun truck is that he "doesn't want the public to ever forget what a gun truck was like." The modern day "Untouchable" has been mainly displayed at military-related functions such as Military Vehicle Preservation Association meetings, Vietnam Veterans reunions, various military museums, and so forth.
Similarly, thar endogamy and exogamy and gotra exogamy are regular features of marriage, whereas jat hypergamy and hypogamy are not the regular features of marriage in any Hindu group, whether the group is an untouchable Hindu or the high caste.
In the mid-1950's I did ethnographic fieldwork in a basti (colony) of 'untouchable' ( nowadays, Dalit) Chuhras in Khalapur village in Saharanpur District, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Oliver Mendelsohn and Marika Vicziany, The Untouchables: Subordination, Poverty and the State in Modern India.
Before the field work, these Untouchable women fit the frame of a faceless and mute "subaltern," conforming generally to the Foucauldian account of a long-term, one-way exercise of social power, domination, and control.
"After that, more quality, less quality, better performance, not as good, but I think that's the basic thing of a professional and, at that level, Marcus is untouchable because he's fantastic in terms of his contribution for the team."
Noting nobody is untouchable under Kenya's laws, Kinoti said: "The tout should be investigated and charged with criminal offenses."
"I think Romelu is one of the players that should be "untouchable" in terms of the respect of everyone.
According to authorities, Peting and two of his relatives-long considered by the police as untouchables despite their alleged decade-long involvement in the drug trade-went to the office of Caloocan Mayor Oscar Malapitan at city hall on Tuesday.
1 Bhadra is a historical day for Nepal and those deprived class of people in the country, as King Mahendra, on 1 Bhadra, 2020 BS had proclaimed the end of untouchables from the Nepali society.
Summary: Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) [India], May 27 (ANI): The BJP, with whom political parties were reluctant to tie up a couple of decades ago, is still considered a political untouchable because of "created perception" against it, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday.
The Collins dictionary describes 'untouchable' as someone who cannot be affected or punished in any way.