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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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Biblical themes mix with familiar Native American icons like the trickster coyote, Wendigos, and medicine men, but the authors of The Last Pow-Wow are doing more than presenting a grand entry of Native American tropes.
Pow-Wow Litfest takes place in Moseley on September 14 and 15.
Pow-wows are community social gatherings that include traditional activities, such as native dance and song.
Following a December pow-wow in Chicago to get their story straight, they began flying around the country to "pitch their services to mayors and city attorneys." Under the terms of contingency fee agreements with the cities, they stand to pocket as much as 30 percent of any trial winnings.
A "very loved" sister-in-law tells her about a family pow-wow centering on "What are we going to do about Bar?" in order to make her suitable for the national stage.
Ho-Chunk Nation Pow-Wow, Black River Falls, May 25-27 and Aug.
On Wednesday 9 March, the Wadden Sea World Heritage participates at the 11th Pow-Wow for Tourism Professionals.
So as Linda pushes forward with wedding plans, Mick meets up with Ronnie for a little pow-wow.
The Girl Scout showed she was was head over heels at getting to camp on the White House lawn - and to be having a pow-wow with Barack Obama.
59 sec.), an album of Pow-Wow songs recorded live at Red Mountain.
My initial motivation, as with everything Pow-Wow does, was to provide people with the support I would have liked when I was trying to get published.
Matchwinner Lister guided home Prunty's header to clinch the points but revealed he had a half-time pow-wow with his team-mate before claiming it.