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Papago

(păp`əgō, pä`–): see Tohono O'OdhamTohono O'Odham
or Papago
, Native North Americans speaking a language that belongs to the Uto-Aztecan branch of the Aztec-Tanoan linguistic stock (see Native American languages) and that is closely related to that of their neighbors, the Pima.
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Chris Warner tells the story of Camp Papago and its U-boater inmates on page 10 in this issue.
Strangers to all, one could argue that the O'odham, formerly known as the "Papago," have been erased--they are in many respects an invisible people, living unseen in a remote area of the southwestern borderlands.
Frame rate of the stabilization methods (fps) Average fps Device Content Resolution SIFT SURF ORB Gosafe520 (a) 896 x 504 1.37 5.23 18.20 vichengA3 (b) 896 x 504 1.36 4.79 23.13 PAPAGO! (d) 640 x 480 2.30 5.75 31.17 Goluk T1 (e) 806 x 452 1.47 6.05 20.37 Device BRISK AD Gosafe520 40.02 25.25 vichengA3 36.66 30.43 PAPAGO!
mexicana from Cedral also plots on the lower range of a set of fossil antilocaprid species, subfamily Antilocaprinae and is identical to the mesowear score of Stockoceros onusrosagris from the Rancholabrean of Papago Springs Cave, Arizona, United States (Fig.
Edwards Cirrhophanus dyari Cockerell Irapuato Cirrhophanus pretiosa Irapuato Morrison (*) Condica mobilis (Walker) (*) Irapuato Eulithosia papago Barnes (*) Irapuato Magusa divaricata (Grote) Irapuato Oslaria viridifera Grote Irapuato Papaipema marginidens Irapuato Guenee (*) Spodoptera exigua Hubner Irapuato, Abasolo, Cortazar, Juventino Rosas, Yuriria, Manuel Doblado, Leon Spodoptera frugiperda Leon, Irapuato Smith & Abbot Spodoptera latifascia Irapuato Walker (*) Spodoptera ornithogalli Irapuato, Leon, Juventino Rosas Guenee Stiria intermixta Dyar Irapuato Catocalinae Alabama argillacea (Hubner) Irapuato Anticarsia gemmatalis Hubner Irapuato, Leon Ascalapha odorata L.
In 1975, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of the Papago Tribe (now the Tohono O'odham Nation), suing the city of Tucson, the state of Arizona, several mining companies and other entities that were pumping groundwater from the Santa Cruz Basin.
Much work here centers on Huichol, Tumarahara, and Tono O'doham (Papago) people.