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un·ci

(ŭn'sī),
Plural of uncus.

unci

(ŭn′sī)
n.
Plural of uncus.

un·ci

(ŭn'sī)
Plural of uncus.
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Too many dams are still standing, trapping the sacred water and giving Americans their electricity while Unci Maka is suffering drought.
Luke fingers sage while his grandmother (Darlene Cross), or unci in Lakota, and an even more elderly woman (Jennie Imitates Dog) sit and quilt next to him.
It runs from today till Saturday at the Blossom-field Club where the cast unci technicians have hern busy erecting a stage specially for the run.
Una reforma de armonizacion fiscal del IVA sobre una media ponderada conforme al tamano de las economias, cuando el producto es homogeneo, es estrictamente unci mejora potencial en el sentido de Pareto.
This is not the way traditional American Indians see their world; for them the world (earth) and the above (sky) are intimate relatives, so intimate the traditional Lakota Sioux use the personal relational terms of Maka ("mother"), Unci ("grandmother"), Ate ("father"), and Tunka'sila ("grandfather") respectively.
Governance and Good Governance: International unci Aboriginal Perspectives, Institute on Governance, Dec 3, 1999.
The brain weighed 1330 g, and macroscopic examination revealed marked grooving of both temporal lobe unci. The cerebellar tonsils were not herniated or grooved.
The rest were affiliated with the two other associations: Confcooperative, Associazione, and Unione (UNCI).
Gottesdienst in der Okumene," in Religion in Geschichte unci Gegenivart, 4th ed.