Sherpa

The Sherpa people are an ethnic group in eastern Nepal. Sherpa may also refer to: ==In government== ==In organizations and companies== ==In transportation== ==In other uses== ...
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Sherpa

(from the article `Sherpa`) ...also live in parts of North America, Australia, and Europe. Sherpas are of Tibetan culture and descent and speak a Tibetan language divergent from ...
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Sherpa

noun a member of the Himalayan people living in Nepal and Tibet who are famous for their skill as mountaineers
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Sherpa

[Asociation] Pinky Webb on UKG set. Picture taken minutes after their show on August 2, 2007. Uploaded by a Pinky Webb fan. ...
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Sherpa

[association] Sherpa is a French law association, founded in 2001. Its mission is to protect and defend victims of financial crimes. Sherpa has three employees: Its programs include identifying illicit financial flows and development, globalization and human rights, legal assistance and research. ...
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Sherpa

[emissary] A sherpa is the personal representative of a head of state or government who prepares an international summit, particularly the annual G8 Summit. Between the G8 summits there are multiple sherpa conferences where possible agreements are laid out. This reduces the amount of time and resources required at the negotiations of the he...
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SHERPA

[organisation] SHERPA (Securing a Hybrid Environment for Research Preservation and Access) is an organisation originally set up in 2002 to run and manage the SHERPA Project. ==History== This was an endeavour to support the establishment of a number of open access institutional repositories based in UK universities. SHERPA, the organisation,...
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Sherpa

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Sherpa

group of some 50,000 mountain-dwelling people of Nepal; Sikkim state, India; and Tibet (China); they are related to the Bhutia. Small groups of ... [4 related articles]
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Sherpa

Member of a Mongolian people who originally migrated from Tibet and now live in northeastern Nepal. They are related to the Tibetans. Skilled mountaineers, they frequently work as support staff and...
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Sherpa

Member of a Mongolian people who originally migrated from Tibet and now live in northeastern Nepal. They are related to the Tibetans. Skilled mountaineers, they frequently work as support staff and guides for climbing expeditions. Traditionally farmers, they grow wheat, barley, and potatoes and breed sheep, goats, and yaks. Until recently a great d...
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Sherpa

The Sherpa are a Tibetan people of north east Nepal, and adjoining parts of China and India. Buddhists by religion, the Sherpa who live around Mount Everest have an international reputation as mountain climbers and guides. The Sherpa are related to, and similar to the Bhotias, but are more a farming people rather than pure traders, as the nomadic B...
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Sherpa

[n] - a member of the Himalayan people living in Nepal and Tibet who are famous for their skill as mountaineers
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