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Crowfoot
Died
NationalitySiksika (adopted) Kainai/Blood (born) Blackfoot Confederacy
Known for Chief of the Siksika First Nation, warrior, peacemaker

crowfoot,

name for plants with the leaf or some other part resembling the foot of a crow, particularly the buttercupbuttercup
or crowfoot,
common name for the Ranunculaceae, a family of chiefly annual or perennial herbs of cool regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Thought to be one of the most primitive families of dicotyledenous plants, the Ranunculaceae typically have a simple
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crowfoot

1. Colloquial term for stylolite.
2. A V-shaped marking on an architectural or engineering drawing, the apex of which indicates a reference point or the limit of a dimension.
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In addition to looking for water crowfoot, other things we plan to monitor include the range of the mountain bumblebee and black grouse, the number of high-quality hay meadow sites and wax cap fungi grassland sites.
Another thing I can say about Crowfoot is that Riel and his gang up north did everything they could to get Crowfoot to join the rebellion.
The warriors were invited into the camp and Crowfoot was surprised to learn that Sitting Bull himself was among them; he had come to visit and make peace.
Dominant weed species present at the experimental site were barnyard grass (Echinochloa crusgalli), flat sedge (Cyperus iria) and crowfoot grass (Dactyloctenum aegyptium).
We added a crowfoot attachment, NSN 5120-00-229-2773, to torque the breech lock cam nut and a set of calipers with a 6-in dial.
And Aidan O'Brien might double-up with Black Quartz in the opening two-year-old maiden and Crowfoot, the mount of Joseph O'Brien in the Brophy Farrell Real Estate Alliance Handicap, where he should relish the return to 10 furlongs and might recoup recent Curragh losses.
O'Donoghue and O'Brien later made it a double on the day when 2-1 favourite Crowfoot took the EBF maiden over one mile and two furlongs from Dactik and Spirit Watch.
The panel comprised of influential speakers from the sustainability sector including, Padmesh Shukla, head of finance at the Mayor of London's Climate Change Program; Wade Crowfoot, director of Climate Protection Initiatives, San Francisco Mayor's Office; Diarmuid O'Connell, vice president of Business Development at Tesla Motors; Dallas Kachan, managing director, Cleantech Group; Dan Epstein, head of sustainability at the Olympic Delivery Authority; and Janet Coyle, director of 2012 Games at Think London.
Bridi) Kubiak of Hornell; two daughters, Kathleen Grillo of Byron, NY and Amy Crowfoot of Canadaigua, NY; 16 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; his sister, Margaret Pease Stryker of Corning, NY; also two aunts and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Violas carry names like crowfoot, bog, sweet, and Canadian.
5 Around the age of 30, this person was adopted by Chief Crowfoot, the famous chief of the Blackfoot nation.
En 1934, John Desmond Bernal (1901-1971) y Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin (1910-1994) reportaron que los cristales de pepsina mantenidos en su liquido madre originaban excelentes patrones de difraccion, pero ninguna de las tecnicas analiticas ni computacionales les permitieron interpretar los datos obtenidos (2).