nontribal

nontribal

(ˌnɒnˈtraɪbəl)
adj
(Anthropology & Ethnology) not related to, originating from, or involving a tribe or tribes
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Chloeta as a corporation plans to continue their involvement with this organization and to enroll future senior executive staff members in this course to build connections with the various available clients in the State of Oklahoma, both tribal and nontribal.
There is an exception, however, for nontribal owners of property on tribal lands to request the SHPO's involvement for consultations impacting their resources.
Institutions of higher education are deemed eligible to receive funds under the Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions and Native American-Serving Nontribal Institutions programs, if at the time of submission, undergraduate enrollment of Asian American, Native American, and Pacific Islander students was at least 10 percent.
For many years I did not have a strong response - my arguments remained grounded in sympathetic, racially based polemics meant to educate and shame nontribal people concerning the many reasons why they should offer recognition and restitution for the theft of our collective lands and for the terrible experiences and abuse that were directed toward Indians, including my own relatives and ancestors (e.
The peace committees were nonpartisan, nontribal, nonreligious, and nonsectional, presenting a good image to execute their duty with a high level of impartiality.
He said changes to tribal laws regarding pot would not impact nontribal land or state residents who aren't tribal members.
The next section will describe the social and historical background of the tribal populations with a view to highlight the disparity between the reproductive health status of tribal and nontribal populations.
lurida were extracted for nontribal consumption in Washington, but the catch decreased to approximately 106,000 L by 1955 (Steele 1957).
One of the many problems she highlights is the fact that nontribal Americans, who are not represented in federally funded tribal governments, are increasingly being ruled by tribal officials over whom they have no influence.
Suggesting Labour may be converted to voting reform when its own leadership election is concluded, he said: "I do rather hope that Labour pick somebody who is sufficiently self-aware and sufficiently nontribal [to] allow them to accept that as things stand, barring something fairly miraculous happening in Scotland, Labour no longer have a path to victory under first past the post.
JHARKHAND may have a nontribal as the chief minister, but on Monday the state got a tribal woman as the governor.
Residents in several states in India's fractious and isolated northeast, where much of the population is tribal, have sparred in recent years with an apparently growing nontribal population, many of whom are accused of having migrated illegally from Bangladesh.