These tribes brought with them primitive religious and cultural practices, such as the east Asian religion of shamanism.
In this picture, justification operates on two levels: a basic level, at which we grasp primitive truths, and a reflective level that reinforces and stabilizes knowledge gained in the first way.
She discovered that I didn't revert to ballet steps, but with primitive glee made wild, exuberant jumps when we danced to Offenbach's Gaite Parisienne.
It is hard to imagine the primitive conditions in those early days, when Rowntree's entire male staff numbered about 30.
The main aim of the fair is to resuscitate primitive art forms and allow the artists to interact directly with their buyers.
When he glanced back, Cestmir was advancing, an unstoppable primitive rage in his eyes.
Hence it is certain that still more primitive life forms must have preceded the prokaryotes.
We can read with interest about primitive pre-literate cultures and the amazing memories these people have for landforms or for stories and songs.
Despite the demand for knowledge, created by the rise of the universities, the technology to further motivate this process was still in a primitive stage.
In the town itself the early primitive buildings were gradually replaced by stone structures of the traditional German fachwerk style.