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poort

(pʊət)
n
(Physical Geography) (in South Africa) a steep narrow mountain pass, usually following a river or stream
[C19: from Afrikaans, from Dutch: gateway; see port4]
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The Still Bay and Howiesons Poort at Sibudu and Blombos: Understanding Mddle Stone Age Technologies," PLoS One 10, no.
In just the past decade our knowledge of Homo sapiens behaviour in the Middle Stone Age, and in particular of the Still Bay and Howiesons Poort, has expanded considerably.
At Dutch campsites, boys on average drink seventeen glasses of alcoholic beverages daily, while girls on average drink seven glasses of alcoholic beverages (De Graaff & Poort, 2004).
People of the Howiesons Poort culture engraved standardized geometric designs on fragments of ostrich eggshell fragments, designs that probably indicated group identity.
van EIJK, POORT & RUTTEN combine a critical reflection of the legal and policy context--not all file-sharing is illegal--with an assessment of the impact of file-sharing.
However, Peltaspermum has been redefined by Poort and Kerp (1990) as a natural genus including sterile foliage and ovuliferous organs for the species P.
The Howiesons Poort backed artefacts from Klasies River: an argument for symbolic behaviour.
Spijker J, van der Wurff FB, Poort EC, Smits CHM, Verhoeff AP, Beekman ATF.
Berta se keuse dien verder ook as 'n illustrasie van die motto: "Die toekoms is niks anders nie as die verlede wat deur 'n ander poort binnekom.
Steehouder, Carel Jansen, Pieter van de Poort, and Ron Verheijen.