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a member of an Algonquian people living in central Canada

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the Algonquian language spoken by the Cree

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Cree and the Cleveland Browns have worked together to deliver a great fan experience, said David Elien, senior vice president, lighting, Cree.
Cree is leading the LED lighting revolution and making energy-wasting traditional lighting technologies obsolete through the use of energy-efficient, mercury-free LED lighting.
Cree([R]), Cree TrueWhite([R]), and TrueWhite([R]) are registered trademarks, and KR4[TM] and KR6[TM] are trademarks of Cree, Inc.
Repetition of Cree words in songs is incredibly effective to commit them to memory, he has observed.
The Cree expressions used by the narrators are retained in the Cree dialect.
For additional information about the Cree PDK, please call 919/287-7816 or visit http://www.
Cree is a market-leading innovator and manufacturer of semiconductors and devices that enhance the value of solid-state lighting, power and communications products by significantly increasing their energy performance and efficiency.
Cree, who is 38, posted her first YouTube video six months ago: "Introducing Cree.
Cree drives its increased performance technology into multiple applications including exciting alternatives in brighter and more-tunable light for general illumination, backlighting for more-vivid displays, optimized power management for high-current, switch-mode power supplies and variable-speed motors, and more effective wireless infrastructure for data and voice communications.
He or she is the person responsible for that area in terms of hunting, fishing and trapping," says Jack Blacksmith, chairman of the Cree Mineral Exploration Board (CMEB).
They (Tataskweyak Cree Nation) were anxious that we have an understanding of their situation vis-a-vis Manitoba Hydro and with regards to their resources," said Council co-chair Archbishop Caleb Lawrence of Moosonee.
Originally published in 1975 as part of the National Museum of Man Mercury Series of the National Museums of Canada, Cree Narrative: Expressing the Personal Meaning of Events is an excellent account of various aspects of traditional Cree life in Northern Quebec.
Most teenagers in our community don't know or understand the Cree language.
Originally published in 1975, Richard Preston's Cree Narratives has been reissued by McGill-Queen's both for its value as an ethnographic examination of the Cree of northern Quebec in the early to mid-twentieth century and "as a scholarly work of the 1960s" (p.
1) Muskekowuck Athinuwick is an equally masterful history of the Cree people of the Hudson Bay lowlands and their involvement in the fur trade from the seventeenth through nineteenth centuries.