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- adj. Of, or pertaining to, Monaco
- adj. Of, or pertaining to, the Native America tribe of the Monacans
- n. Somebody from Monaco.
- n. A member of the Native American tribe of the Monacans
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- n. a native or inhabitant of Monaco
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Monaco or its people
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The Associated Press cited Monacan speculation that Albert is desperate to boost tourism, or to distract from controversial economic proposals, or to get himself an heir.
Nationality: noun: Monegasque (s) or Monacan (s) adjective: Monegasque or Monacan
Monaconoun: Monegasque (s) or Monacan (s) adjective: Monegasque or Monacan
Instead, he's done a service to Virginia's Monacan Indians by returning one of their own.
Kenneth Branham, Monacan chief, yesterday said, "The mascot thing has been blown out of proportion."
Several tribal members noted a resemblance between the likenesses and two Monacan people of the previous generation.
To the Monacan tribal members, none of whom had seen any image of their ancestors prior to photographs dating to ca. 1914, it became a collective and decidedly humanistic wish.
These tribal members were thrilled to realize that Monacan identity is still so recognizable.
This past June, Long completed her work on the Monacan reconstructions.
A forensic artist reconstructs the visages of Monacan ancestors