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zuni Definitions

adj

of or pertaining to the zuni people or their traditional language.

name

the language traditionally spoken by members of this tribe.

noun

a member of the zuni tribe.

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  • although the listing does not mean that a site will automatically receive protection or funding, it does draw attention to the problem and helps garner support for preservation efforts. just two months after the zuni salt lake and sanctuary zone appeared on the 2003 list, the board of salt river project voted to abandon its plans for strip mining coal from within it. factmonster.com

  • research and evaluation proposals to be considered in upcoming years include the following topics: childhood obesity; elderly wellness; program review of training the practitioner in the assessment and treatment of adolescent sexual perpetrators; impact of the alaska tribal health compact on programs and services in the anchorage service unit; pueblo of zuni end-stage renal disease quality of life; and village-based women's preventive health services delivered by community health aides/practitioners. hhs.gov

  • although the listing does not mean that a site will automatically receive protection or funding, it does draw attention to the problem and helps garner support for preservation efforts. just two months after the zuni salt lake and sanctuary zone appeared on the 2003 list, the board of salt river project voted to abandon its plans for strip mining coal from within it. infoplease.com

  • knowing that he would participate in the hemenway expedition to hopi and zuni pueblos in the southwest during the summer of 1890, he decided to test the brand-new technology closer to his home in boston. delighted with the results, he immediately published enthusiastic accounts of the process and of his results in three journals, thereby spreading the word of the “talking machine’s” utility to folklorists, linguists, ethnologists, and other interested parties. as he himself said on a cylinder recording in 1891, “you can talk into it as-fast-as-you-like, or you can speak a-s d-e-l-i-b-e-r-a-t-e-l-y a-s y-o-u c-h-o-o-s-e. in either case, it reproduces exactly what you say.” this was significant because “the necessity of work with the phonograph in preserving the languages of the aborigines of this continent is imperative.” loc.gov