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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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Placing the remaining [pounds sterling]50,000 the pair had earned all on crowfoot wrench, it was a tense wait to see whether Ray was right.
"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.
Hairnets of a similar design are known from London (4 pieces), Amsterdam (1), Lubeck (2) and Schleswig (1), and are dated from the end of the 13th (London and Schleswig) to the 17th century (Lubeck) (Vons-Comis 1982, 154; Tidow 1992, 249; Crowfoot et al.
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.
"She [Becca] wonders what George Armstrong Crowfoot has in his heart that gives him the confidence to offer his own depiction of the history of the world.
Early Blue, Crowfoot, Common Dog viola sororia, viola riviniana
Late in the spring of 1877 the Sioux leader Sitting Bull and Chief Crowfoot met at a Blackfoot hunting camp north of the Cypress Hills.
ha-1) reduced barnyard grass, flat sedge and crowfoot grass density by 75, 67 and 74% and their dry weight by 66, 71 and 76%, respectively, while 1/3 of the recommended dose of butachlor (400 g a.i.
Kevin Sorenson, Member of Parliament for Crowfoot, today announced that the Government of Canada will be investing in infrastructure improvements at Atlas No.
But the national winner was Ammon Crowfoot, a high school basketball player and cross-country running star from Alberta.
The other team members were Trish Stow, Raquel Flint AiN, activity officer Christine West and Cathy Crowfoot AiN.
However, his three charges dominated the 1m2f handicap, with the Murtaghridden Man Of Iron coming through strongly to beat stablemates Crowfoot and Chief Lone Eagle.