Ogalala


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Noun1.Ogalala - a member of the Siouan people who constituted a division of the Teton Sioux and who formerly inhabited the Black Hills of western South Dakota
Lakota, Teton, Teton Dakota, Teton Sioux - a member of the large western branch of Sioux people which was made up of several groups that lived on the plains
2.Ogalala - a Siouan language spoken by the Oglala
Siouan language, Siouan - a family of North American Indian languages spoken by the Sioux
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Certified Image Consultant and mother-of-two Abbygale Arenas-de Leon was the guest speaker at the Ogalala Store in Shangri-la Plaza mall.
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Pigeon products are available at Ogalala Stores, Baby Co., Rustan's, Mothercare, My Baby Planet, Mercury Drug and other leading department stores nationwide.
Of special note is the translation from Lakota to English by Agnes Gay (Assistant Archivist at Ogalala Lakota Collge, Kyle, South Dakota).
They sit on the Ogalala Aquifer which produces most of their irrigation water, as well as for parts of Oklahoma and Texas.
Among Apted's other films are Coal Miner's Daughter (1980), Gorillas in the Mist (1988), Blink (1994), Nell (1994) and Amazing Grace (2006) as well as numerous award-winning documentaries such as Incident at Ogalala (1992), Moving the Mountain (1994), Me and Isaac Newton (1999), 2006 Fifa World Cup (2006), The Power of the Game (2007), and the on-going look at a group of seven year old British school children in 7 Up (1964) and every seven years thereafter, to 49 Up (2005).
Some of this legend is recorded in the 1932 book Black Elk Speaks: The Life Story of a Holy Man of the Ogalala Sioux, by John G.