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  • But if the Navajos borrowed the word zas from the Apaches at Bosque Redondo, why is it only present in the eastern dialect?

    Research Blogging - All Topics - English

  • So if the word zas was borrowed by the eastern Navajos from one of the Apache groups, when and where did this happen?

    Research Blogging - All Topics - English

  • They were divided into work groups, called zas and top-performing work groups were rewarded for their achievements.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • It's all very interesting about stealing laptops and all but the important question is: why is Kansas pronounced "can-zas" but Arkansas is pronounced "are-can-saw"?

    Sitting in the airport, looking for a laptop to steal | Sync Blog

  • Here, the merchant Anathapindika (mGon-med zas-sbyin) built a monastery for Buddha and his monks, and King Prasenajit (rGyal-po gSal-rgyal) further sponsored the community.

    The Life of Shakyamuni Buddha

  • Morelia, Armando Silva Quintero, recibieron varias amena - zas de muerte vía telefónica en sus respectivas oficinas, en las que con palabras ALTISONANTES les exigen que detengan los operativos, traslados y revisiones en los ceresos. ""

    "altisonante" revisited...the truth shall set you free

  • M. Violette had a college friend upon whom all the good marks had been showered, who, having been successively schoolmaster, journalist, theatrical critic, a boarder in M.zas prison, insurance agent, director of an athletic ring -- he quoted Homer in his harangue -- at present pushed back the curtains at the entrance to the Ambigu, and waited for his soup at the barracks gate, holding out an old tomato-can to be filled.

    The French Immortals Series — Complete

  • M. Violette had a college friend upon whom all the good marks had been showered, who, having been successively schoolmaster, journalist, theatrical critic, a boarder in M.zas prison, insurance agent, director of an athletic ring -- he quoted Homer in his harangue -- at present pushed back the curtains at the entrance to the

    A Romance of Youth — Complete

  • Missouri, to their present location near the Kon-zas River, at least 1500 miles from their native country.

    Letters and notes on the manners, customs, and conditions of the North American Indians

  • Last night I had to call the barber and I said look, my hair is falling out, because I went for a bath, I used the shampoo I always use and I felt, zas!

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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