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Sir Raymond FirthDied 22 Feb 2002 at age 100 (born 25 Mar 1901).New Zealander social anthropologist whose major research was with the Maori and other peoples of Oceania and Southeast Asia. Firth conducted his first research in the British Solomon Islands 1928-29. The economic organization of primitive societies became one of Firth's primary interests as indicated by his works on the Kauri gum industry and the fishing industry of Malaysia. Among his other chief interests were social structure and religion, especially of the Tikopia of the Solomon Islands, and the anthropological treatment of symbols. Firth was also well know for his work concerning sacrifices. In 1963, Raymond began his work on the influence of economics on the ideology of sacrifice.
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One that's deep pan, crisp and even!
Who hides in the bakery at Christmas?
A mince spy!
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He sends them to an Elf Farm!
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O camel ye faithful!
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Cross Mouse Cards!
What do you get if you eat Christmas decorations?
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Nice gnawing you!