Mohican


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a member of the Algonquian people formerly living in the Hudson valley and eastward to the Housatonic

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the Algonquian language spoken by the Mohican

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Now racing off a mark of 100, the best is yet to come after only three starts and if there's one horse to break the favourite's hoodoo First Mohican can.
First Mohican was a winner on desperate ground at Yarmouth on his sole juvenile start in October 2010 but problems forced him to miss the whole of his three-year-old campaign.
Cecil and owner Henry Ponsonby adopted an admirably patient approach, though, and their faith paid off as First Mohican scored in impressive style over 10 furlongs.
But we've said if they can't grow one then they've got to grow a Mohican so there are a few of them knocking around.
ZOE CHAMBERLAIN talks to the Birmingham hairdresser who created THAT infamous Mohican before the 2002 World Cup.
In To Live Upon Hope, Wheeler makes expert use of missionary records in providing a coherent account and a convincing analysis of Native agency in the context of eighteenth-century Mohican interactions with Christianity.
The first of these two villages, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, was carved out of Mohican land by English magistrates, missionaries, and ministers who wanted to solve multiple problems at once, including securing the alliances of important Housatonic River Indians (and eventually the Iroquois) and paying off--in Wheeler's estimation--some vague sort of obligation they had before God to the unevangelized Indians of western Massachusetts.
The Shawano Country Chamber, the Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican Indians, the Menominee Nation and the Village of Gresham are working together to offer "Experience Northwoods Traditions.
Matt Elias' barmy barnet is set to replace the Baulch braids and Beckham mohican as the latest sportsman's hair craze.
Proceeds of the offering are to be used to finance Star's initial obligations to develop the Mohican River field pursuant to a letter of intent with Terrabyte, LLC.
FIRST MOHICAN (Alan King) FIRST Mohican was classy on the Flat for Sir Henry and Lady Cecil and make an eyecatching winning debut over obstacles for Alan King at Doncaster.
EBOR winner Tiger Cliff and First Mohican were yesterday settling in at Alan King's yard, having left Lady Cecil in Newmarket last month for what owner Henry Ponsonby hopes will be high-class campaigns under both codes, writes Scott Burton.
FIRST MOHICAN heads a maximum field of 23 for the Betfred November Handicap at Doncaster tomorrow.
First Mohican made light of a near two-year absence when winning at Redcar last week and he should be in the mix for the Ryan''s Event Cleaning Supporting Horse Racing UK Handicap, if he can avoid the 'bounce factor''.
Cecil (pictured below) and owner Henry Ponsonby adopted an admirably patient approach, though, and their faith paid off as First Mohican scored in impressive style over 10 furlongs.