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- n. the Athapaskan language spoken by the Navaho
- n. a member of an Athapaskan people that migrated to Arizona and New Mexico and Utah
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Some mixed with other practice stuff, some two ply, some navaho plied.
First is some BFL from Lettuce Knit that I navaho plied.
I did some tests with plying and will navaho ply this up tonight too thin for me as a 2 ply.
She was playing with two other women, one of whom was a spunky rather folky girl in a orangepink plaid shirt, black jeans and lowslung navaho style metal belt.
"Nonnezoshe" (navaho for "a rainbow turned to stone") was the immense rock arch rearing 278 feet over the stony floor of the American outback, a monument sacred to the Navaho but so remote that few Anglos had seen it.
(It might be noted that the word is also used for a skating maneuver, which is also a nonconcrete object.) navaho a strong to vivid orange that is redder and darker than orpiment orange and slightly redder and darker than Big Four yellow.
did navaho and sheyene indians look the same when the americans finished them ?