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Skotnes One day when Tamme was on the bank of the waterway near his home the Makoba arrived in their boats and took him away. He was afraid of the Makoba who were known for violent acts. nanni who had similarly been abducted, tracked his way down the sandy trade roads with his masters to Walvis Bay where both boys were shipped to Cape Town. After they arrived in the colonial city they were placed at a home in Mowbray belonging to Jemima Bleek who lived there with her sisters and her five daughters.

Not the stars, to which the properties of rotation curves are inextricably tied. Burstein and Rubin [22] demarcate three principal types of mass distribution, with Hubble type a and b classes being found among all three types more or less equally. Clearly, one needs to probe what lies behind the dusty Shrouds of the Night. The distribution of dust grains in the bulges and disks of galaxies may be very widespread as illustrated in the magnificent hand-drawn dust atlas by Lynds [40]. Combining optical and near-infrared images with radiative transfer models yields a 90% increase in dust masses determined by IRAS and betrays the presence of a population of cold dust grains (T ∼ 20 K and colder).

References 1. I. 1873, Report of Dr Bleek Concerning His Researches Into the Bushman Language and Customs. Presented to the Honourable the House of Assembly by Command of His Excellency the Governor, House of Assembly, Cape Town 2. I. 1875, Second Report Concerning Bushman Researches, with a Short Account of Bushman Folklore. Presented to Both Houses of Parliament, by Command of His Excellency the Governor, Saul Solomon & Co, Cape Town 3. C. 1911, Specimens of Bushman Folklore, George Allen, London 4.

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