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  • Where are you Utahns, remember the navajo lands, green river, and the reservoirs; scofield, strawberry etc. etc.

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  • No, thank you, I am not interested in a navajo-print romper and technicolor Wayfarers, and after a brief Jane Aldridge inspired flirtation with leather shorts, I have left leather shorts to Jane Aldridge, who pairs them as they are meant to be paired, with YSL cage heels, a toile Lillith blouse, and a Prada bag.

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  • Where are those navajo boots from? i love them! i want to buy a pair!

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  • It's recycled merino, the same as Anchovy and Jazz Hands, but I then ran it through the spinning wheel to give it twist and navajo plied it.

    Aye aye aye

  • Hardy souls can pitch a tent in one of the Navajo Lake State Park campgrounds (emnrd. state.nm.us/prd/navajo. htm).

    Dry Flies in January

  • LFMD-I am sporting the lovely Jack Roger's navajo sandals in pink and although my berry pink dress looks coralish, they did match.

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  • For a narrated photo gallery of this story with Navajo voices and music, visit www. latimes.com/navajo.

    URANIUM POISONING IMPERILS NAVAJOS

  • Roosevelt: o yah hit the navajo button guys deGaulle: eisenhower ur worthless come help me quick

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  • I was walking through the phoenix airport, a contemporary navajo rug in a display of regional art there.

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  • Whether you're banned from painting, lacking the skills, or just reluctant, here are five clever ideas - from elaborate to easy-peasy - for spicing up your place sans roller brush, sledge hammer, or the wrath of a navajo-white-loving landlord.

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  • This spelling rather than Navaho was adopted by the Navajo Nation in 1969. The name is from Spanish Navaj√≥, said to be from some local language: a good possibility is Tewa /nava/ "field" + /hu:/ "valley".
    Source: Bright, 2007, Native American Placenames of the United States (essentially the same as in OED)

    June 11, 2009