For purposes of this subpart, the following definitions will be used:
(a) Site of religious or cultural importance means, for purposes of § 7.7 of this part, a location which has traditionally been considered important by an Indian tribe because of a religious event which happened there; because it contains specific natural products which are of religious or cultural importance; because it is believed to the be dwelling place of, the embodiment of, or a place conducive to communication with spiritual beings; because it contains elements of life-cycle rituals, such as burials and associated materials; or because it has other specific and continuing significance in Indian religion or culture.
(b) Allotted lands means lands granted to Indian individuals by the United States and held in trust for those individuals by the United States.
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