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tipi (tēˑ·pē),

n Latin name:
Petiveria alliacea; parts used: whole plant, root; uses: treatment of osteoarthritis and other rheumatic conditions. Also used as antifungal, antispasmodic, antipyretic, immunostimulant, sedative, abortifacient; precautions: pregnancy; individuals with hemophilia, diabetes, and hypoglycemia. Also called
anamu, apacin, huevo de gato, and
kuan.
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During the summer months, there will be opportunities to host outdoor barbecues at the teepee to feature Indigenous food favourites like bannock on a stick.
TeePeeGames, the tent logo and “where your games live” are trademarks of TeePee Games Ltd.
2) Above, a protective teepee covers a rare South American plant, Gunnera chiliensis or Chilean Rhubarb, in Trexler's yard.
John's teepee is fully fitted with a selection of throws and cushions, as well as rugs, folding chairs, a picnic set, candles, a water jug and a cooler.
The Saamis Teepee is part of the legacy of the 1988 Calgary Olympics.
About a dozen former students set up their own teepee outside the university to commemorate the anniversary, but they were barred from setting foot on the campus because some have allegedly caused trouble before.
Your father puts them with his findings and makes a little wooden teepee in the center of the fire pit.
According to Chief Luther Standing Bear "the man who sat on the ground in his teepee meditating on life and its meaning, accepting the kinship of all creatures and acknowledging unity with the universe of things, was infusing into his being the true essence of civilisation.
The Company also plans on drilling or re-completing several medium risk high reward exploration wells in other areas of Alberta which include Windfall, Boundary Lake and Teepee.
The 'Achy Breaky Heart' hitmaker said that he wants the 19-year-old singer to go up to the teepee, build a fire with him while thinking about what's important, Us Magazine reported.
Good varieties include the dwarf Purple Teepee, which turns green on cooking, and 'Blue Lake', a climbing type.
Weighing in at 300g on my in-car scales, the lukewarm chips tasted fresh, but at 9pm weren't so much from a hot spot as a tepid teepee.