Piute


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Pi·ute

 (pī′yo͞ot′)
n.
Variant of Paiute.

Piute

(ˈpaɪˌuːt; paɪˈjuːt)
n
(Peoples) a variant spelling of Paiute
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Noun1.Piute - a member of either of two Shoshonean peoples (northern Paiute and southern Paiute) related to the Aztecs and living in the southwestern United StatesPiute - a member of either of two Shoshonean peoples (northern Paiute and southern Paiute) related to the Aztecs and living in the southwestern United States
Shoshone, Shoshoni - a member of the North American Indian people (related to the Aztecs) of the southwestern United States
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It is known that he was found by a family of Piute Indians, who kept the little wretch with them for a time and then sold him--actually sold him for money to a woman on one of the east-bound trains, at a station a long way from Winnemucca.
The Jamboree is a Piute County Tourism event, sponsored and managed by a volunteer Jamboree Committee made up of local businesses, citizens, and elected officials.
(254) See, e.g., Piute Homes, Inc., 648 F.3d at 304 (citing Citrin, 440 F.3d at 420); hiQ Labs, Inc., 273 F.
The Bureau of Land Management is conducting a wild burro gather in the Piute Mountain Herd Area, San Bernardino County, due to extreme temperatures and insufficient water availability at Fenner Spring.
For instance, maternal milk production is an important limiting factor to the offspring growth in the Piute Ground squirrel Spermophilus mollis (Rickart, 1986).
I had just crossed a footbridge over Piute Creek where it joins the San Joaquin River and saw a little sign that announced the boundary of the park.
Our original intent was to confine our collections to desert species, but the Jawbone Canyon Helminthoglypta population, despite being at the desert edge, more closely resembled foothill and montane species than the desert "Coyotes." Therefore, we obtained samples of the two Helminthoglypta subgenus Coyote species described from the Piute and Tehachapi Mountains that border the western edge of the Mojave Desert: Helminthoglypta (Coyote) Isabella Berry, 1938, and Helminthoglypta (Coyote) concolor Roth and Hochberg, 1988.
Buddhist emptiness comes across strongly in "Piute Creek," where the speaker, upon seeing "Sky over endless mountains," rhapsodizes that "All the junk that goes with being human / Drops away" (Snyder 2009, 8).
Orpheus represents the Plutes, for whom success is determined by your media popularity and how much presence you maintain on the all-encompassing social media forum, the "Buzz." Piute teens undergo the expensive procedure entitled Acquired Savant Abilities (ASA), which alters their brain function to turn them into a prodigy in a chosen entertainment field.
Western Pacific Resources Corporation (WRP - TSXV), a company focused on developing the polymetallic Deer Trail Mine in Piute County, Utah, has granted incentive stock options.
(16.) In Winnemucca's lifetime, whites called her people "Pah-utes," "Pi-Utes," and her own--or perhaps her editor, Mary Mann's--choice, "Piute" (Knack and Stewart 14).
Apart from being the productive, historic home of the Piute Indian tribe, it's an actual oasis for vast numbers of birds migrating between North and South America.