Washoe

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Wash•oe

or Wash•o

(wosh′ō, wô′shō)

n., pl. Wash•oes or Wash•os, (esp. collectively) Wash•oe or Wash•o.
1. a member of an American Indian people orig. centered in an area N, W, and SW of Lake Tahoe in California and Nevada.
2. the language of the Washoe.
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Trina Turk, Rebecca Washo, Director Marketing & Licensing, 626458-7768, rwasho@trinaturk.
I think the beauty of our faith is that it helps us formulate our ideas and our opinions and helps us think through the issues based on that faith," said Kevin Washo, executive director of the convention's host committee and a lifelong Philadelphia Catholic.
El seri y el yuma, relacionados entre si, muestran a la vez afinidades con el esselen y washo de los Estados Unidos, formando todos estos el "macroyuma"; este, bastante diferenciado internamente pero aun mas respecto a otros idiomas tanto hacia el norte como al este.
com)-- Learn about growing your professional and personal life in the right way in the book, “The Heart of Success” featuring interviews with leading Silicon Valley executives, Author: Keith Daniel Washo.
Upon waking, Wo'voka began to preach this gospel of renewal to his own people until eventually curious representatives from several Western and Plains nations, including the Ute, Shoshoni, Washo, Mohave, Cohonino, Pai, Arapaho, Cheyenne, Assiniboin, Gros Ventre, Mandan, Arikara, Pawnee, Caddo, Kichai, Wichita, Kiowa, Comanche, Delaware, Oto, and Western Lakota (Kehoe 8), came to Walker Lake to learn about the new ritual and seek teachings from Wo'voka, now popularly known as the Messiah.
The dead were identified as Shahi, Ayub, Gondal and Piro while the injured were recognized as Rahman, Wano, Washo and Qalandar.
There are 154 old Korean books in the archive at present: see Soke Bunko shiryo mokuroku--kirokurui IV washo kanseki (Izuhara: Izuhara-cho kyoiku iinkai, 1990), 271-84.
Washo has taken a piece of banana by giving a correct answer to her teacher and the reinforcement was the stimulate instrument for her learning; if she was correct it means that she had positive reinforcement and has taken a bonus, conversely, in front of wrong answer she was punishment and take a negative reinforcement.
Mark Washo, Playbook Management, Managing Partner, SMWW Faculty
I lasted about 10 minutes into the first episode in which one posho who didn't washo and had a laugh like an aristocratic donkey got kicked out before a big angry Y-shaped vein started appearing on my forehead.