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  • noun Plural form of dreamcatcher.

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Examples

  • Reminds me of a cartoon I saw once that showed a lady dead on the floor dressed to the 9's in a New Mexican style dress, boots, conchos, turquoise, etc, surrounded with all the icons like a howling coyote, dreamcatchers, pottery.

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  • Reminds me of a cartoon I saw once that showed a lady dead on the floor dressed to the 9's in a New Mexican style dress, boots, conchos, turquoise, etc, surrounded with all the icons like a howling coyote, dreamcatchers, pottery.

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  • Reminds me of a cartoon I saw once that showed a lady dead on the floor dressed to the 9's in a New Mexican style dress, boots, conchos, turquoise, etc, surrounded with all the icons like a howling coyote, dreamcatchers, pottery.

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  • Reminds me of a cartoon I saw once that showed a lady dead on the floor dressed to the 9's in a New Mexican style dress, boots, conchos, turquoise, etc, surrounded with all the icons like a howling coyote, dreamcatchers, pottery.

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  • Reminds me of a cartoon I saw once that showed a lady dead on the floor dressed to the 9's in a New Mexican style dress, boots, conchos, turquoise, etc, surrounded with all the icons like a howling coyote, dreamcatchers, pottery.

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  • We have enough glass and dreamcatchers and etc. in the house to cover every inch of your walls.

    Tales from the Cafe

  • Do dreamcatchers work against insomnia, too, this reporter wondered, after noticing that effect?

    Stephanie Woodard: Cultivating Happy, Healthy Kids: A Visit to the Cheyenne River Youth Project

  • Whether you're interested banishing nightmares or just some interesting gifts and the chance to help a worthy organization, contact CYRP's shop at 605-964-8200 for the dreamcatchers and a wide range of other products, many of them homemade or wild-crafted.

    Stephanie Woodard: Cultivating Happy, Healthy Kids: A Visit to the Cheyenne River Youth Project

  • On the way to class, Blue Coat's students can admire his lovingly crafted dreamcatchers hanging in window of the youth project's gift shop an example is shown at right; most sell for $40 to $75.

    Stephanie Woodard: Cultivating Happy, Healthy Kids: A Visit to the Cheyenne River Youth Project

  • Reminds me of a cartoon I saw once that showed a lady dead on the floor dressed to the 9's in a New Mexican style dress, boots, conchos, turquoise, etc, surrounded with all the icons like a howling coyote, dreamcatchers, pottery.

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