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Nakota:

see SiouxSioux
or Dakota,
confederation of Native North American tribes, the dominant group of the Hokan-Siouan linguistic stock, which is divided into several separate branches (see Native American languages).
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Firms like Nakota Development are already two steps ahead in the game; they acquired the Value Place franchise territory rights for North Dakota, Montana, and Wyoming and promptly built two hotels and have a third under construction, a Value Place in Dickinson they expect to open June 2013.
The most long-lasting example of Indian engagement at a corn palace began in 1948, when the city hired Oscar Howe, a Nakota painter, to design murals for the building.
The Jets' 14-player roster this season included just three players from the Alexis Nakota Sioux First Nation.
Other contributors include, Nelda Schrupp, a member of the Pheasant Rump Nakota First Nation and a nationally know artist, as well as personnel from the university departments that house the collections.
That's the word members of the Native American Nakota tribe use for "horse.
Not only does the act of territorial re/ membering advocate specific histories and ways of producing and passing down knowledge, but it also reconnects the individual to him/herself and to the community by means of what Assiniboine/ Nakota scholar Kathryn Shanley calls a "thinking heart.
The Dakota Peoples--A History of the Dakota, Lakota and Nakota through 1863.
Indigenous' fifth release since 1998 (and first full-length since their single major label effort, Circle, in 2003) finds Nakota guitarist/lead vocalist Mato Nanji with a mostly new band following the departure of siblings Pte (bass) and Wanbdi (drums and vocals) to work on other projects.
He's beautiful,'' the Valley Village woman said, petting Nakota, now almost 18 months old.
Hayley Perry Shares her lunch With her dogs Nakota And Nakoma Picture, Jeremy Pardoe' James Dad from Walsall with a tame boxer dog and (right) Lilly, the bull mastif waits to go into the ring
Given that two of the three authors of this article are Dakota and all have worked with Dakota men, our focus is on Dakota (in the interest of clarity and flow, the general term Dakota will be used for Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota tribes) fathers.