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Pow Wow

Informal; a meeting, especially an urgent meeting. For example, a manager may have a pow wow with an employee who is underperforming to warn him about his situation.
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To obtain a sample of at least 1,000 Native American adolescents, data were collected in three primary settings: (1) high schools where at least 90% of the students were Native American (n = 6); (2) Native American youth programs such as after school cultural enrichment and tutoring programs (n = 22); and (3) cultural events attended by Native American families such as pow-wows (n = 21).
Pow-Wow Litfest would be informal, friendly, outdoor: more like a rock festival than a stuffy literary event.
Mr Williams said: "I will be attending the 19th Gathering of Nations in Albuquerque, which is the largest pow-wow anywhere in the Americas for the Red Indian people.
The more traditional style of flute and pow-wow music are represented here by Terry Widrick and the Eyabay Singers, respectively.
Producer Richard Holloway has already revealed "major changes" will be considered at the pow-wow - dubbed "a Cow-wow" by senior brass - in a fortnight's time.
Sheguiandah First Nation 18th Annual Traditional Pow-Wow
SAGAMOK ANISHNABEK 19TH ANNUAL TRADITIONAL POW-WOW "HONORING THE ELDERS"
PALMDALE - Navajo ``code talker'' Joe Morris, who as a Marine during World War II spent spent 2 1/2 months in combat on Okinawa, will be the guest of honor at the 3rd annual Intertribal Pow-Wow at McAdam Park.
As a college student at the Rhode Island School of Design, Tom Huff began haunting flea markets and Salvation Army stores in upstate New York, collecting "Indian kitsch" - plastic Indian figures, toy tom-toms, souvenirs, bottles of firewater," and products such as Cherikee Red Soda and Pow-Wow Cheese Puffs.
PERSONAL POWER" PARTNERS PRESENTED PERFORMANCE AWARD AT INFO POW-WOW GUTHY - RENKER'S "PERSONAL POWER III" NAMED BEST PERFORMING INFOMERCIAL
Punctuated by family photos, "Making A Noise" finds Robertson playing guitar with older cousins on his mother's reservation, attending a pow-wow, visiting the local radio station, encouraging a young Native American singer-songwriter-guitarist, and being "welcomed back to the bush.