Indian blanket


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Noun1.Indian blanket - annual of central United States having showy long-stalked yellow flower heads marked with scarlet or purple in the centerIndian blanket - annual of central United States having showy long-stalked yellow flower heads marked with scarlet or purple in the center
gaillardia - any plant of western America of the genus Gaillardia having hairy leaves and long-stalked flowers in hot vibrant colors from golden yellow and copper to rich burgundy
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We know what she was wearing (bright red shoes, a skirt, and a matching Indian blanket) and holding (an alligator purse).
The music metaphor is fitting, considering Newman's first big client was Bob Dylan, whose former wife Sara spotted one of Newman's coats fashioned from an Indian blanket in Beverly Hills in the mid-'70s and demanded to know who made it.
"Then at night I got tired of standing and I lay down on this little Indian blanket and I was really frightened.
Tastefully packaged and full of flavour, the four additions include Goldilocks, Black-eyed Susan, Indian Blanket and Viper's Grass.
Last week I got an Indian blanket from a school attended by Crow and Cheyenne children in Montana.
The official floral emblem is Mistletoe, the official state wild flower is Indian Blanket, and in 2004 it adopted a Hybrid Tea Rose as its official state flower--the variety?
* Indian drum * turquoise necklace * pottery bowl * Christmas tree * Indian blanket * chile ristra (string of chili peppers)
Caption(s): Navajo Stripe and Indian Blanket are part of the new Dorado Collection.
Other exhibits yet to see the light of day include a mid 19th-century American Indian blanket, in the museum's collection since 1888.
Other exhibits yet to see the light of day include a mid-19th Century American Indian blanket, in the museum's collection since 1888, but never exhibited.
Or curled up in an Indian blanket, sneaking a snooze.
ALP's developers need to dress their nakedness in semblance to decency and so, Sage Remington of the Southern Ute Grassroots Organization told me by phone, they've "wrapped themselves in the Indian blanket." Says former tribal councilman Ray Frost, the tribes would have to find $186 million in extra money to actually get any of the ALP water to their land, an impossibility.