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hol·low

(hol'ō),
A concavity or depression.

hol·low

(hol'ō)
A concavity or depression.
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He was Sicangu (Rosebud) Lakota, and was born on the outskirts of Saint Francis, South Dakota to parents Joseph and Emily Hollow Horn Bear White Hat.
But "Hollow Horn" and what Hobson calls "fantasies"--all of them satiric--seem less successful (some based on premises whose conclusions soon become apparent) than those stories involving Marines.