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pow-wow

1. n. a meeting; a conference. (From an American Indian word.) Let’s have a pow-wow on that issue.
2. in. to hold a meeting or a conference. Let’s pow-wow on that tomorrow.
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Respondents who participated in cultural activities including pow-wows, sweat lodge, drum group and roundhouse dance reported significantly higher Native American ethnic identity than their counterparts who did not take part in cultural activities.
5 -- ran in Valley edition only) Powwow head woman Andrea Montoya dances during the Native American Heritage Pow-Wow at William S.
My initial motivation, as with everything Pow-Wow does, was to provide people with the support I would have liked when I was trying to get published.
Bono and his wife Ali met the boss of the World Bank, Nigerian Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, in a high powered pow-wow in an exclusive Dublin location.
SOMETHING of a S pow-wow came to the West Midlands as Cree Indian Buffy brought her own style of medicine woman to Wolverhampton.
STURBRIDGE - The New England Native American Institute will hold its annual winter pow-wow from 11 a.
Her poems drift from the warm kitchens of Eskasoni, to the prairies outside Saskatoon at twilight; from a dusty road to the pow-wow at Poundmaker's, to a moonlit skinny dip in the Okanagan.
With descendants of the Mohawk, Iroquois, and Cherokee among them, the Thunderbird American Indian Dancers' 30th annual Dance Concert and Pow-wow at the Theater for the New City last February contained two weeks of spirited exchange between the old and new worlds.
2003 NEYAASHIINIGMIING TRADITIONAL POW-WOW "HONORING OUR VETERANS"
RED Indian tribes have agreed to a pow-wow about performing at Llangollen International Eisteddfod for the first time.
Pow-Wow Blues, a 12-bar blues rehash is an ode to his clunker of an Oldsmobile which always gets him where he needs to go, even though it won't be pretty.
The tour begins Friday evening, July 28th, south of Duluth and ends at the Menominee Nation's annual pow-wow in Keshena, on Friday, August 4th.
Infinite Passion" (62:04) offers the Round Dance stylings of singer, composer, and Pow-Wow performer Wayne Silas, Jr.
However, Hearts counterpart Jefferies maintained they have gone too far and the resolution could have been avoided by a pow-wow between clubs, refs and the SFA.