n.— «Feuds can last months, even years, in a country in which allegiance to “wantok,” literally “one talk,” the pidgin English term for a person’s language group or tribe, is paramount.» —“Tribal rows used to be settled by bow and arrow, now it’s an M-16″ by Nick Squires in Papua New Guinea Telegraph (U.K.) Sept. 3, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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