In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- It's the story of a young man looking at the special garment that his grandfather, the medicine man, was wearing.
- He has been called a medicine man, but that title is misleading.
- A medicine man blessed the first rice harvested, and each ricing pair donated rice to a communal fund to feed the poor.
- Minor, easily recognizable diseases are treated by a medicine man, an expert in herbal remedies.
- The medicine man was always asking me why I worked with runes and other belief systems.
- The Rastaman is the ancient medicine man, using his power to heal the world.
- They reappeared next to Marton's bed to the astonishment of the medicine man.
- A woman, who looked older than the medicine man gawked at me.
- They sometimes supplement Western-style medical care with home remedies or treatment derived from old beliefs in the curing power of the word of the shaman, or medicine man.
- Calligraphy and gold seals confirm the medicine man's standing.
- I used to help the old medicine man of my village, and when he died two years ago, I was the best qualified to take over.
- While I could not see any such thing, I was later told by a medicine man that this was an important ritual, and that the woman had delivered a stillborn child some time later.
- Accompanied by prayers led by the chief of the group, the medicine man, a sacred pipe is passed round which all participants smoke by turns.
- The Indians, for example, offer a medicine man.
- The medicine man looked up from his reverie and stood.
- Legend has it that long ago a medicine man's granddaughter fell ill with a mysterious affliction.
- The song had been forgotten by all but a few tribal members until a medicine man taught it to George.
- Meanwhile, Ed tries to convince Joel to treat his ailing uncle Anku, a medicine man uninterested in the services of a western doctor.
- A counselor and a Navajo medicine man conduct the sessions.
- In Canberra I had a chance to talk to Paul, an Aboriginal medicine man.
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