Tattooing importance can be showed by as it was

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paint. Tattooing importance can be showed by as it was widely practiced by Inuit, Dene and Woodlands peoples in the early connection period as a way for the depiction of protector spirits, for personal beautification or for the marking of gender. (Lecture notes). 5. The Grey Nuns is the name generally given to six different Roman Catholic religious groups of ladies, which follow the religion to the first establishment, of the Sisters of Charity of the Hopital General, in Montreal. They are basically called grey nuns of Montreal ( ). 6. In the lecture notes there is a painting of Innu artist. In which double curves describes the arrayed rows that may signify the caribou and the plants that feed on them, each in its time of year (Lecture notes). 7. The four cardinal directions comprise of north, east, west and south, with winds that blow from these directions carrying the variations of season. Each direction has a superior meaning and color related with it. The cross represents all directions (Lecture notes).
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