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Mi'k·maq

or Mic·mac  (mĭk′măk′)
n. pl. Mi'kmaq or Mi'k·maqs or Micmac or Mic·macs
1. A member of a Native American people inhabiting Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Maine, and the Gaspé Peninsula of Quebec.
2. The Algonquian language of the Micmac.
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Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded $58,206 to the Aroostook Band of Micmacs through HUDs Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) program.
Government attempts to limit the gill netting of salmon by the Micmacs repeatedly failed.
There are nine different traditional stories: from the Tshimshians of the Northwest, the Salish from the Coast Plateau, the Maidu from California, the Cherokees from the Southeast, the Blackfeet from the Northern Plains, the Cheyenne from the Southern Plains, the Hope from the Southwest, the Anishinabes from the Western Great Lakes, and the Micmacs from the Eastern Woodlands.
Another measure that advanced to the Senate on Thursday would let the Penobscot Nation and Aroostook Band of Micmacs run high-stakes electronic beano games.
De maniere a circonscrire les caracteristiques de la problematisation proposee dans les manuels scolaires, l'article presente une analyse des mises en situation suggerees dans les cinq collections de manuels scolaires approuves (2) pour le 3e cycle du primaire (3) pour l'etude de la diversite des organisations socio-spatiales des Inuits et des Micmacs vers 1980.
Micmacs Film4, 9pm PREMIERE Dany Boom stars in this quirky comedy about an eccentric drifter with a bullet lodged in his head.
MICMACS Film4 9pm PREMIERE Video store clerk Dany Boon plots revenge on global arms dealers with a bunch of junkyard misfits.
It produced Leo Verrier's critically acclaimed "Dripped" and has created vfx sequences for Jean-Pierre Jeunet's Micmacs, plus the title sequences of "Splice" and "Silent Hill 2" as well as vidgame trailers and content for Ubisoft's "Settlers 7" and "Driver San Francisco.
Pour le clerge, les Micmacs etaient des marginaux, et donc << leur >> sainte ne pouvait servir de protectrice et de symbole legitime pour les Acadiens en tant que peuple.
FOLLOWING Amelie, Micmacs and A Very Long Engagement, the French are creating a monopoly on whimsical romantic comedies and, with this little piece of amiable fluff, it's business as usual yet again.
MICMACS (12) is a funny, quirky film from Jean-Pierre Jeunet, the Frenchman behind Amelie, which follows a man's inventive attempts to take revenge on arms manufacturers.
RL MICMACS Cert 12A, 104 mins Jean-Pierre Jeunet is the quirky genius who brought us such delights as Amelie and A Very Long Engagement.