from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A language family constituting the languages of the Yuma and Mohave peoples and other Native American languages of western Arizona and adjacent parts of California and Mexico.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Designating, or pertaining to, an important linguistic stock of North American Indians of the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico, nearly all agriculturists and adept potters and basket makers. Their usual dwelling is the brush wikiup, and in their native state they wear little clothing. The Yuma, Maricopa, Mohave, Walapi, and Yavapai are among the chief tribes, all of fine physique.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a group of language of the Hokan family in Arizona and California and Mexico
- adj. of or relating to the language or culture of the Yuma people
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"Kenneth was the brain trust who figured out the Disney characters and put them all together so that Mickey Mouse had a chance to interact with Snow White," Yuman said.
Firstly, because they don't patrol at 2am, second because there were a number of cases of drunks dying overnight in the cells (exposure, choking on own vomit etc) and the Yuman Rights brigade started to bang on about police brutality.
His performance has a lot sadness, a lot of humor, and ultimately, a lot of humanity which you really don't get out of his blockbuster tentpoles (Terminator Salvation, Nolan's Batman films) or films where he's playing second fiddle (Public Enemies, 3:10 To Yuman).
The British people are being disenfranchised by ceding legal powers to Europe; by local draconian laws involving suppression of free speech - and by a politicised police non-service that is unavailable when trouble erupts, as they are too busy acting as secret police for the government implementing "hate" laws and dancing to the tune of Yurrups Yuman Rights.
There are also vast disparities in wealth, ranging from per capita GDP of $5,000 in Yuman Province to $40,000 in downtown Shanghai.
VERJEE: Yuman (ph), also 13, already faces a different kind of pressure.
FLOCK: Manager Yuman says the cat, out of sight now, will continue to live here among the other tigers at Siegfried and Roy's secret garden at the Mirage, which will remain open.
Another web site said the Kumeyaay Indians are one of four major tribes in the region and their roots have been traced to Kamia Indians, which are Yuman-speaking Indians.
They were not even part of the same large family as the Apaches, being a Yuman people rather than an Athapaskan.
These seeds were gathered by the Yuman Indians, ground into flour, and consumed as a gruel.