Jicarilla


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Ji·ca·ril·la

 (hē′kə-rē′yə, -rēl′yə)
n. pl. Jicarilla or Ji·ca·ril·las
A member of an Apache tribe formerly inhabiting southeast Colorado and northern New Mexico and ranging eastward to the Great Plains, with a present-day population in northern New Mexico.

[American Spanish (Apaches de la) Jicarilla, (Apaches of the) Jicarilla, probably diminutive of jícara, chocolate-cup (from the shape of a local hill), perhaps from Nahuatl xicalli, gourd, drinking vessel.]
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The project is critical to providing a much-needed, long-term, sustainable water supply for people on the Navajo and Jicarilla Apache reservations and the City of Gallup.
Caption: Figure 12: TYPE 2-Apache moccasins, probably Jicarilla, circa 1880, with pointed, upturned toes, heel fringe, V-shaped gore insert, repeated diagonal stripe covering the gore seams, and small fringe to pointed end of gore.
New Mexico is home to 22 federally recognized American Indian tribes--19 distinct Pueblo, Jicarilla Apache, Mescalero Apache, and Eastern Navajo Nation--and 10.
144) A former Chief Judge of the Jicarilla Apache Supreme Court has noted that "Mainstream Americans.
Caption: Eryn Wise from Jicarilla Apache Reservation in Minneapolis and Linda Black Elk from Standing Rock, N.
1963): Origin and age of superficial structures, Jicarilla Mountains, Central New Mexico.
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com> (crime victims rights include notice of medical services, victim compensation, contact information for a crime victim advocate within a 24-hour period, special provisions for a speedy trial, and separate physical court waiting areas for victims of violence); Jicarilla Apache Nation Tribal Code, Tide 3, c 5, [section] 3 (sanctions, including confinement, fines, and mandatory participation in domestic violence programs); White Mountain Apache Criminal Code, c 6, [section] 6.
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Tator, Wildlife Biologist for the Jicarilla Apache Nation, for any data on releases or observations of sage-grouse near Stinking Lake or on tribal lands.
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