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a member of the Iroquoian people formerly living along the Mohawk River in New York State

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the Iroquoian language spoken by the Mohawk

haircut in which the head is shaved except for a band of hair down the middle of the scalp

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The Mowhawk in Islington, London, opened in 1901, then became The Gaumont and finally closed in 1962.
The implications of the future need for baseload projects were addressed by Marty Buckley, vice president for corporate development of Niagara Mowhawk's subsidiary HYDRA-Co., who said, "the days of the undercapitalized, small developer are gone.
[1972]: 'Mowhawk Color Terms', Anthropological Linguistics, 14, pp.
Accounts for customers who bank at the Gateway branch will be moved to the Umpqua Bank branch on Mowhawk Boulevard in Springfield, Robinson wrote in an email.
Headlining are the ever-classy Indigo Fury, spiky rockers going through a, ahem, purple patch with the release of new EP Mowhawk.
The property, known as the Mowhawk Building, is a 12-story, approximately 142,516 s/f office building with 92 feet along Fifth Avenue and 142 feet along West 21st Street.
Clockwise from top right, Saira Sandhu from Handsworth Girls School tries the eggsactly challenge; the mowhawk traverse is tackled by Katija Ismail; Amandeep Chana and Soonieei Ng take part in the planks; Candy Chamberlain holds a rope at the mowhawk traverse; Pictures, EDWARD MOSS
He graduated from Mowhawk High School and studied agriculture for two years at Oregon State University.
Mayor Bloomberg suggested a problem in the vast Niagara Mowhawk region straddling the US-Canada border could be to blame.
Mayor Bloomberg named the Niagara Mowhawk region on the Canada border as a possible blackout source.
Ranked third in the Hardin (Calhoun) regional, the Morrisonville Mowhawks, accoridng to seeds, should have defeated their fifth ranked hosts.
One of these teams was Teesside's very own Teesside Mowhawks, which was formed in the 1980s.
With only 80 seconds left, the Mowhawks picked up a minor penalty.
She said Laura was inspired by two of her fellow Mowhawks, Jon Eley and Paul Stanley, who both skated for Great Britain in the 2006 Winter Olympics.
In the other tie, Edinburgh Capitals play Paisley Mowhawks.