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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.
Kihta Wasoh Wapakwani showcases the Cree Confederation's vocals, drumming, and vibrant performance rooted in authentic Native American Pow-Wow tradition.
Bono and his wife Ali met the boss of the World Bank, Nigerian Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, in a high powered pow-wow in an exclusive Dublin location.
However, Hearts counterpart Jefferies maintained they have gone too far and the resolution could have been avoided by a pow-wow between clubs, refs and the SFA.
The Century Sportsmans Club will host a two-nation Pow-Wow and two morning shoots tomorrow and Sunday at the club on Rochdale Street in Auburn.
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.