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the head, lolling out the tongue, and scratching the right ear at the same time."
W. Woodville Rockhill, in the Century Magazine (New York, edition of February, 1891, p. 606), says: "The drawing out of the tongue, and at the same time holding out both hands palms uppermost, is the mode of salutation near Drè-chu, in Thibet. At l'Hasa, capital of Thibet, the mode of salutation consists in one sticking out his tongue, pulling his right ear, and rubbing his left limb at the same time."
Ancients, the, generally acquainted
239 (note), liii | Astronomical tables, Hindoo, the
with size of earth
Ancient Maya buildings, regard-
in Mayach. In Egypt, like-
Aspersions of Dr. Brinton
Asshur, god, name of Maya ori-
genii of, according to
Chaldeans, primitive, Maya colo-
Custom of proffering love with a
Cynocephali, represented with God
strangers in Babylonia. 32 Cynocephalus, indigenous to Cen-
preparation of bodies for