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warbonnet

(ˈwɔːˌbɒnɪt)
n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a headband with trailing feathers, worn by certain North American Indian warriors as a headdress
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So Waddy bought a sewing machine, taught himself how to stitch together a hammock, and founded Warbonnet in Fort Collins in 2009.
Similarly, the Institute of American Indian Arts created an amphitheater for the performance and representation of theater plays, such as Monica Charles's Mowitch (1968), a theatrical piece about Indian Shakers (Heath 1995), and Bruce King's Evening at the Warbonnet (1989), a play dealing with political issues, especially those related to the AIM.
For four years he rode the Yamaha, but he couldn't stop thinking about the sleek valenced fenders and the warbonnet figurine of the classic cruisers, but the plutonic ideal of this style, the Indian Motorcycle, had been out of production for years.
The structures ranged from the old Warbonnet Lodge hotel to an abandoned gas station and a gutted tribal fish and wildlife office.
8), the artist appears in various urban landscapes wearing his Plains feathered warbonnet, standing alongside an official-looking sign that reads in part:
Filled cover to cover with weathering and detailing projects that take no more than a few hours, Done in a Day teaches the reader how to rust the roofs of old auto carriers, make easy pipe and coal loads, model a neglected Santa Fe Warbonnet diesel, add DCC decoders and lights to pre-DCC locomotives, and much more.
Recent discoveries on the Pinedale anticline have been made by BP Amoco at Antelope, Ultra Petroleum at Warbonnet, and Questar Corporation at Mesa-Stewart Point.
Iktomi's asides are in small black typeface, often in the form of boasts, questions, or demonstrations: "My warbonnet and trailer (Eagle-friendly feathers made of dyed domestic goose).
Terry Wellman, a member of the Blackfeet Tribe, noticed a couple years ago that a lot of foreign tourists were stopping at his Warbonnet Lodge in Browning, Montana, on their way to Glacier National Park, which was part of the Blackfeet Reservation until 1909.
The Pinedale anticline has been the location of a number of significant over-pressured Lance Formation natural gas discoveries over the past several years by companies such as BP Amoco (NYSE: BPA) at Antelope 15-4, Ultra Petroleum (AMEX: UPL) at Warbonnet and Questar Corporation (NYSE: STR) at Mesa/Stewart Point.
The Ultra operated Warbonnet 15-23 well on the southern portion of the Anticline has been drilled and eleven of seventeen stages have been completed to date.
Barry Hardin describes a second method in his excellent book: The Plains Warbonnet, Crazy Crow Trading Post, 2013, pp.