smallboy

smallboy

(ˈsmɔːlˌbɔɪ)
n
the steward's assistant or deputy steward in European households in W Africa
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Alias SMALLBOY, one of the surrenderees, during his impression said that "Taas na kaayo ang panahon sa pakig gyera nako sa gobyerno ug wala kami magmalampuson.
Others take a more pessimistic approach, focusing on asymmetries in power and information between private companies and the community (Dylan, Smallboy and Lightman 2013; Fidler and Hitch 2007; Ritchie 2013) and the tendency of communities to experience short-term economic benefits rather than lasting social and community benefits (Knotsh and Warda 2009; Beckley, Marz and Nadeau 2008; Chataway 2002).
(15) The role of Indigenous law in agreement making is evident in Robert A Williams, Jr, Linking Arms Together: American Indian Treaty Visions of Law and Peace, 1600-1800 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1997); Val Napoleon, "Indigenous Law and the Impact Benefit Agreements" in Ariel Dylan & Bartholemew Smallboy, eds, Indigenous Peoples and Impact Benefit Agreements (provisional title) [forthcoming].
Witness the delightfully teenage response of the BBC's Business Editor, Robert Peston, when asked on Radio 4 if there was a possibility he'd developed a smallboy crush on the willowy and frighteningly finance-aware IMF chief Christine Lagarde.
The life story of Ellen Smallboy, which Flannery recorded in the early 1930s when Ellen was already in her eighties, constitutes perhaps the most detailed ethnographic illustration of this proposition (Flannery 1995).
(29.) Warparty, "Feeling Reserved II," Greatest Natives from the North, Executive Producer Rex Smallboy, 2003, http://www.warparty.cjb.net/(accessed April 10, 2005).
Botting, Gary, Chief Smallboy: In Pursuit of Freedom.
Martha Whitebear and Agnes Smallboy are Elders from Hobbema who have been involved with EIW since before it was built.
Two sections ("Women's Lives and Activities," "Seasonal Life in the York Factory Area") contain narratives about women as hunters, a topic that resonates with the life history of Ellen Smallboy, (see Regina Flannery's Glimpses of Smallboy's Life, published in 1995), a Cree woman from Moose Factory.
Smallboy Camp Traditional Land Use Study, West Central Alberta.
Cheryl Blood-Bouvier (Treaty 7), Robert Cree (Treaty 8), all in vice-president positions; Rose Saddleback (treasurer) and Marie Smallboy (secretary).
Robert Smallboy Award Sponsored by: National Indian Brotherhood Assembly of First Nations