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Malinowski

[ mal-uh-nawf-skee, -nof- ]
/ ˌmæl əˈnɔf ski, -ˈnɒf- /
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noun
Bro·ni·slaw Kas·per [bron-uh-slahf -kas-per; Polish braw-nee-slahf -kahs-puhr], /ˈbrɒn əˌslɑf ˈkæs pər; Polish brɔˈni slɑf ˈkɑs pər/, 1884–1942, Polish anthropologist in the U.S.
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Malinowski
/ (ˌmælɪˈnɒfskɪ) /

noun
Bronislaw Kasper (brɔˈnislaf ˈkaspɛr). 1884–1942, Polish anthropologist in England and the US, who researched into the sexual behaviour of primitive people in New Guinea and Melanesia
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