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a member of the Shoshonean people of northeastern Arizona

the Shoshonean language spoken by the Hopi

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A Story of Tenderness and Love is about a young Hopi Indian girl named Talasi.
When the Hopi Indians of Arizona became aware of the opportunities new telecom technologies would bring to the reservation, they purchased the existing telephone company and launched their own telephone company.
Hall also found that the Hopi Indians had no word for time and their verbs had no past, present or future tenses.
The spiral maze design is found in ancient Cretan coins and in sacred symbols of the North-American Hopi Indians.
Labyrinths represent a universal pattern in human consciousness and have been used by many diverse cultures, from the medicine wheel of Hopi Indians to the Buddhist and Hindu mandala.
I think my mother knows better than Nostradamus, Hopi Indians, popes, foot readers and palm leaf sages.
The fruit can be cooked in earth ovens, as the Hopi Indians of Arizona still do, or boiled to a jelly.
The method derives from the Hopi Indians of North America rather than the Chinese but Chris told me the centre now opens its doors to a range of therapies from across the world.
The sounds of bands and the smells from dozens of restaurants specialising in "South West cuisine" are a heady mix, not to mention having drinks with cowboys, Navaho and Hopi indians from the reservations, or truckers spruced up for the night.
The Hopi Indians of Arizona believe that our daily rituals and prayers literally keep this world spinning on its axis.
All this reminds me of something I heard about the Hopi Indians.
The coal industry, for instance, dates back to 1,000 AD when the Hopi Indians, living in what is now Arizona, used coal to bake pottery made from clay.
We do not know if it is, coincidental or unfolding prophecy as predicted by the Bible, the Mayans, Hopi Indians, Edgar Cayce, Nostradamus and others.