A Tribal Council is either: (1) a First Nations government in Canada or, an association of Native American bands in the United States; or, (2) the governing body for certain tribes within the United States or elsewhere (since ancient times). In both countries they are generally formed along regional, ethnic or linguistic lines.
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... The Lower Stl'atl'imx Tribal Council is a First Nations tribal council in British Columbia, Canada, comprising four band governments of the St'at'imc (Stl'atl'imx or Lillooet) people N'quat'qua First ...
... Reward Pizza while observing the losing tribe at Tribal Council The rain continued for the fifth straight day, but ended soon thereafter ... Challenge, Jeff announced that both tribes would be going to Tribal Council that night to vote somebody out of the game ... would win the reward, both would still go to Tribal Council and vote somebody off ...
... winning tribe from having to go to the next Tribal Council ... Tribes that do go to Tribal Council discuss the events of the last few days with the host asking questions, and then must vote out one of their own players, eliminating ... At subsequent Tribal Councils, those eliminated start to form the jury, who sit in on all subsequent Tribal Councils but otherwise do not participate ...
... See also Federally recognized tribes Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council Inter-tribal Council of Arizona Inter-tribal Council of Michigan Minnesota Indian Affairs Council Navajo Nation Council Siletz ...
... After returning to camp from Tribal Council, Shambo was stunned about the vote going against John ... statement that Dave was going home at the next Tribal Council ... However, at Tribal Council, Shambo got her wish, and Dave was voted out 7–1 ...
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Of Englands Council and her Treasury,
Who lived in both, unstaind with gold or fee,
And left them both, more in himself content.
Till the sad breaking of that Parliament
Broke him, as that dishonest victory
At Chaeronea, fatal to liberty,
Killd with report that old man eloquent;”
—John Milton (16081674)
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The heaving jelly of my tribal air?
It rises in the throat, it climbs the tongue,
It perches there for secret tutelage....”
—Allen Tate (18991979)