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manito

(măn`ĭtō), name used among Native Americans of the Algonquian-Wakashan linguistic stock to describe the supernatural power that permeates all things (see animismanimism,
belief in personalized, supernatural beings (or souls) that often inhabit ordinary animals and objects, governing their existence. British anthropologist Sir Edward Burnett Tylor argued in Primitive Culture
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). The idea of a supreme and personified manito, Kitchi Manito, may have been learned from missionaries. Manito is also spelled manitoa, manitua, manitou, and manetto.
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Prugh's wife, Susan, has served as a USGA rules official, daughter Hillary played golf at Montana State, son Corey is a PGA teaching pro at Manito G&CC and son Alex a PGA Tour player.
Manito grows up with little family context, unable to sort myth from fact, and abuse from love.
Two of these locations, Annawan and Manito, have a history of trapping surveys with sufficient information on effort to draw meaningful conclusions on trends of the population.
Si volvemos con el debate inicial de la senora con muchos hijos y de su vecina argentina, y si nuestra base fuera la construccion de los diminutivos, podriamos decir que el diminutivo de mano seria manito, pues termina en vocal; pero hay una particularidad con este sustantivo, que lo encasilla de inmediato en los diminutivos irregulares: su genero.
Su actitud esquivo la respuesta: "Oye, manito, ya cuidate, ?
8-9 2008 Manito Ahbee International Competition Powwow.
Lakeside daisy (Tetraneuris herbacea Greene, Asteraceae) was re-introduced into dry gravel prairie at three locations within Manito Prairie Nature Preserve, Tazewell County, Illinois in 1988 with additional plantings at four other preserve locations in 1994 and 1995.
1 and hosted by the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Youth Council and the Manito Ahbee Festival.
Jamie Morehouse, 22, who was in bed with 32-year-old girlfriend Tracey Manito said: "I just thought it's the end of the world.
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Finally, he names and describes almost every single Afro-Cuban band that has come out of Panama, such as Los Salvajes del Ritmo, the Victor Boa and Clarence Martin Orchestras, La Perfecta de Armando Boza, Maximo Rodriguez y sus Estrellas Panamenas, Manito Johnson y sus Diferentes, and many, many more.

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