THE EARLY INHABITANTS

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MOUNTBULAHO
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KAINGERO
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INCREASEDPRODUCTION
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ECONOMICSURPLUS
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NGANGA
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TAMARIND
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SAMPALOKTREES
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BAE
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PLANTPROPAGATION
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SELFDESTRUCTION
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CARABAO
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VOLCANICROCKS
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AETAS
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SPANIARDS
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MALAY
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FOODPRODUCTION
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HUNGER
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TRADE
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RICE
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BAKULIFISH