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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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A comparison of the dietary habits of a large sample of the Pleistocene pronghorn Stockoceros onusrosagris from the Papago Springs Cave in Arizona to the modern Antilocapra americana.
Hay siete pueblos indigenas que se consideran originarios de Sonora (cucapa, seri, yaqui, mayo, papago, pima y guarijio, que representan el 78,5% de la poblacion total Indigena de Sonora).
La i se encuentra en varias otras lenguas de Mexico, como mixe, mixteco, cuitlateco, huave, papago, lacandon.
In 1960, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) implemented telemedicine system to monitor physiological parameters of astronauts, that began the era of modern telemedicine which proposed the first ever pioneer project by NASA to provide health services in rural area (Space Technology Applied to Rural Papago Advanced Health Care).
Hunt, buried in a Giza-style white pyramid tomb atop a hill in Phoenix's Papago Park.
During time spent in Mexico observing the Papago people, he realized that tribe members saw the desert--to him a vast, undifferentiated field--as a richly and precisely variegated environment, almost like a series of familiar rooms.
Montezuma's legacy was made from inspiring the Yavapai, Pima, and Papago communities to assert their rights.
He blasted homer after homer over the batter's eye at Papago Park, and even at Phoenix Muni, and the A's club, not to mention the fan base, believes he deserves an invite to the Home Run Derby at the All-Star Game.
Either hotel puts you close to Papago Park, Phoenix's central oasis.
57) As the court explained in Papago, denial of a petition to
Mendoza: People in Altar used to say that all smuggling coming out of Altar used to go through what they called la puerta de los papagos, which stands for the "Papago's door," an Indian reservation that happened to be binational.
Both are raised by their grandmother, Grandma Fleet, a descendant of the fictional Sand Lizard tribe, modeled on the Sand Papago living in the south of Colorado River tribes (Snodgrass 130).