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an exception to the universality of marriage. However, if we focus on marriage existing as a cultural institution known by all, we would only regard the Na as unusual, rather than exceptional. The Na have marriage in Radcliffe-Brown's sense of a set of rights transmitted, but not in the sense of behaviors that are typical of the bulk of group members.

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