Why is Tai-me important to the Kiowa?

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Tai-me is a two-foot tall doll which is used by the Kiowa in their sun dance, an important ritual for the tribe and the centerpiece of their spiritual life. Tai-me is a symbol of the tribe's good luck, and the Kiowa regularly make offerings to the doll to ensure that...

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