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walking stick

n.
A cane or staff used as an aid in walking.
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Walkingstick will serve as chairman of BancFirst Chandler.
Featuring more than forty acrylic paintings on paper, The Gift portrays African-American artists including among many Camille Billops, Helen Ramsaran, Faith Ringgold, Howardena Pindell, Elizabeth Catlett, Clarisa Sleigh, Lorna Simpson, Vivian Browne, Carol Byard, and Nanette Carter; Euro-American artists and critics such as Miriam Schapiro, Mira Schor, Joyce Kozloff, Lucy Lippard, and Moira Roth; and the Native American artist Kay WalkingStick. (35)
The exhibition, organized by faculty curator Rebecca Dobkins, features work created in the past six years by 15 contemporary artists from throughout the U.S., including Rick Bartow, Joe Feddersen, James Lavadour, Edgar Heap of Birds, Truman Lowe, Lillian Pitt, Kay WalkingStick and Marie Watt.
The fourth Mary Crow tale returns her to her hometown where with exception of Kayla and hunk Jonathan Walkingstick no one wants her to stay.
The liturgy of nearly three hours was a blend of traditional Anglican liturgy mixed with soul music and Native American elements -- especially from Gallagher's Cherokee heritage that comes from her mother, Betty WalkingStick Theobald.
Aralia spinosa--Devil's Walkingstick, Hercules Club
McMaster, curator of contemporary Indian art at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, in Hull, Que.; Bruce Bernstein, asistant director for cultural resources at the National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.; and Kay WalkingStick, a professor of fine art at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y.
The effects of the relative geographic scales of gene flow and selection on morph frequencies in the walkingstick Timema cristinae.
Some walkingstick moms lay their eggs in little groups (photo 5).