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- noun Plural form of
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A group of Bosjesmans, comprising two men, two women, and a child, were recently brought to this country and exhibited at the Egyptian Hall, in
These Bosjesmans exhibited a variety of the customs of their native country.
The Bosjesmans, or Bushmen, appear to be the remains of Hottentot hordes, who have been driven, by the gradual encroachments of the
Perhaps I'm thinking of the Bosjesmans, or the Andaman
Half a dozen Bosjesmans, will eat a fat sheep in an hour; they use no salt, and seldom drink anything, probably from the succulent nature of their food.
Writing of the Bosjesmans, Fritsch says that the women were on the average about 4 centimetres (more than 1 ½ inches) taller than the men.
I gave the subject up, and while she discoursed of the work of the Blue Ribbon Army among the Bosjesmans I tried to understand a certain dislocation in the arrangement of the table.
The statements as to the voracity of Hottentots and Bosjesmans, recorded in the narratives of travellers, do not in the slightest degree affect the general rule that more is eaten in cold climates than in hot regions.