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Hupa:

see HoopaHoopa
, Native North Americans whose language belongs to the Athabascan branch of the Nadene linguistic stock (see Native American languages). In the 19th cent. they occupied the valley of the Trinity River from Hoopa valley to the Klamath River in NW California.
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The average duration of adjunctive antidepressant and HupA treatment in the studies was only 6.
Hupa creation stories and many prayers are considered too sacred to discuss publicly, he explained.
When their agent attempted to reform their religious practice by moving them from their sacred Hoopa Valley, the Hupa held an unprecedented six-week White Deerskin Dance in the spring of 1876.
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The states could also adopt the rules notified by the HUPA, officials said.
Thomas and the Minister for HUPA and Culture Kumari Selja were also present on the occasion.
Mikko Hupa, chairman of the University Process Chemistry Center, opened the meeting and welcomed participants.
A high school reading lesson in a first-year Hupa language class uses many reading strategies in six stages.
With this impetus, other important conversions were achieved, including that of Woodruff Hostler, a Hupa Indian.
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