However, after Nez Perce became a more common name, they changed it to Watopahlute. The interpreter of the Lewis and Clark Expedition mistakenly identified this people as the Nez Perce when the team encountered the tribe in Writing inanthropologist Alice Fletcher, who the U.
The place where most laboratory ultra-high pressure work is done. Two diamond faces separated by a thin gasket in the shape of an annulus.
The item to be pressurized is in fluid in the cell. When the diamond faces are pressed together, the gasket is deformed outward somewhat. The radial force on the gasket is only the cell pressure times the area of its vertical inner surface, whereas the normal force is the same pressure exerted by a diamond face times its surface area.
In other words, the gasket holds so long as the diamond-metal coefficient of friction is about greater than the ratio of the gasket's thickness to its width difference of inner and outer radii -- easily done.
DAC's are used mostly in spectroscopic studies: Electronic transport studies, on the other hand, are rare or unknown, because of the difficulty in putting leads through the gasket.
Network switching equipment for T1 lines and their subchannels. Dachshund A badger hound.
Here's what I thought was a nonstandard mnemonic: Still, it's probably not the best way to learn. Here's an attractive one-webpage introduction to dactylic hexameter. I've seen this used apparently unselfconsciously.
Dad Informal or familiar expression for father. Craning my neck constantly was too tiring, so mainly I watched what passed my father at knee level. One time I noticed that he was not wearing his usual shoes with laces, but something entirely different, smooth shoes with no laces.
His spats, which he always wore, were gone, too.
My father was walking a dozen steps behind. This must have been an unusually unpleasant experience, for me to remember it so well. I imagine this sort of thing must happen a lot, particularly to men. Men's clothing doesn't exhibit much variation at knee level.
Many times, standing in a store aisle, I've felt the hand of a small stranger grab a piece of my pants leg.
Off Grape Road there's a guitar store called Hoosierdad's. But puns don't really age so well. I haven't used it, but it's evidently a spreadsheet program with Matlab functionality. This might be attractive even, or perhaps especially, if you despise Matlab.
A tree-structured machine intended for rule-based intelligent programs written in Parallel Lisp, say. Much-faster-than-real-time speech recognition a target application.
Seems like a half-hearted XARA. A former policy of the US military.
The military's policy on homosexuality used to be that homosexual activity was forbidden. Daedalus The first artificer or inventor, a sculptor of Greek mythology. Imprisoned on the island of King Minos, he made wings so he and his son Icarus could escape.
Icky didn't make it: But you knew that. D also killed a nephew who was apprenticed to him tricked him into diving off a cliff out of jealousy of the boy's inventiveness. The boy invented the comb, or saw, or the compass [the drafting tool] or whatever.An essay on a Lakota Woman summary examines the story of Mary “Brave Woman” Crow Dog, and the author’s struggle with her mixed-raced identity in a culture that places an extraordinary value on pure Native American blood.
Lakota Woman Essay In Lakota Woman, Mary Crow Dog argues that in the ’s, the American Indian Movement used protests and militancy to improve their visibility in mainstream Anglo American society in an effort to secure sovereignty for all "full blood" American Indians in spite of generational gender, power, and financial conflicts on the reservations.
Published in , Lakota Woman is a memoir by Mary Crow Dog, member of the Brule Tribe of the Western Sioux and activist in the American Indian Movement. Crow Dog’s book recounts her increased awareness of the subjugation of her people and of women within her own tribe.
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The Nez Perce (/ ˌ n ɛ z ˈ p ɜːr s /; autonym: Niimíipuu, meaning "the walking people" or "we, the people") are an Indigenous people of the Plateau who have lived on the Columbia River Plateau in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States for a long time..
Members of the Sahaptin language group, the Niimíipuu were the dominant people of the Columbia Plateau for much of that time. Calof’s [story] has the ‘electricity’ one occasionally finds in primary sources.
It is powerful, shocking, and primitive, with the kind of appeal primary sources often attain without effort. it is a strong addition to the literature of women’s experience on the frontier.".