adapts the Hollywood road/buddy genre to tell the story of two Coeur d'Alene young men, Victor Joseph (Adam Beach, Salteaux) and Thomas Builds-the-Fire (Evan Adams, Coast Salish).
Most tribes had their own secret smoke signal
I am amazed and Consoled by the courage of the Chicago group who sent up pink smoke signals
to remind the cardinals about the exclusion of women in our church (NCR, April 29).
Starting on Monday afternoon, the cardinals will send smoke signals
from the burned ballot papers of the vote to indicate whether they have found a successor to Pope John Paul II.
The search for active chemicals in smoke has kept several labs busy.
KELVIN[R] has an exclusive contract for Rube Goldberg[R] Machine Contest materials and for the Harvard University-developed Project ComTech Trainer, "From Smoke Signals
to Fiber Optics".
From the Supply Chain Council's perspective, jokes Stephens, "in some respects it's immaterial whether you use IT or smoke signals
or kettle drums.
But email is a bastard communication idiom, poised somewhere between pager messages and smoke signals
Among vital topics covered are: Shelters (my favorite section), Signals (Peter's demonstration of smoke signals
is impressive), and Fire.
From stone carvings, smoke signals
and Pony Express mail to mechanical doorbell systems for visitor annunciation, Morse code for the military, sign-language for the deaf, brail for the blind to telephone systems for homes and businesses, wireless pagers and PDA's for ones on the move as well as the ever popular "cellular phone" for the everyday person.
Building on a flurry of positive reviews and word-of-mouth ever since it was screened at the Sundance Film Festival (where the picture won the Filmmaker's Trophy and Audience Award in 1998), Smoke Signals
has scored impressive numbers at the box office and now in video stores.
In the Americas, the North American Indians used smoke signals
These names tell of drums, runners, smoke signals
, camp criers, messengers, scouts, chieftains, guides, talking leaves, circles, echoes, trails, feathers, arrows and whispering winds.
Apache Indians in the Southwest often used fire to send up smoke signals
, burn out forests controlled by their enemies, and improve hunting habitat.