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“June 3rd, 2008 7: 16 pm ET joe biden or john edwards would be great. hillary has too much baggage aka (bill)! liz in atl”
“They had no other food than the seeds of the two plants, k'atl'-tai-î, and k'atl'-tai-il-tsu-yæ, from which they made a sort of flour by grinding between stones.”
“** Oct 15 Wed at Trinidad & Tobago - all other details tbd rtb: r u stupid jpc the atl is a great sports market if u win example the falcons sold out like sixty something straight games with michael vick and the b Jeff: Bob Bradely's squad has conceded one goal and won all their games in these qualifying rounds.”
“The first sign is the conventional figure for water, in Mexican "atl", which stood for A.”
“GEORGE LEACH was raised in the Sta'atl'imx Nation in the mountains of Lillooet, BC.”
“The new recording, "Sounds of Indian Summer: Contemporary Native Music from the National Museum of the American Indian, 'features award-winning musicians Joanne Shenandoah (Oneida) and George Leach (Sta'atl'imx), as well as new rock' n 'roll sensations The Reddmen from South Dakota, DiggingRoots from Canada and The Plateros from New Mexico, among many others.”
“One of the most popular translations of the name connects the Axolotl to the god of deformations and death, Xolotl, while the most commonly accepted translation is "water-dog" (from "atl" for water, and”
“A person hunting with spears would likely carry a couple of lighter ones with an atl-atl, and a heavy, lanceolate one like a boar spear for the finish or in case of a charge.”
“She's so totally unqualified, she'll assure a democratic sweep in 2012. shirley-atl”
“We'll be paying for Bush's picks for years to come. shirley-atl”
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