Wigwam Sentence Examples

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  • In the smoke-infested wigwam and hut the ground was the best place for sitting or sleeping.

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  • Many outdoor specialty stores sell Wigwam socks.

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  • Wigwam uses soft Merino wool that keeps your feet warm without the extra bulk.

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  • A Red Indian chief, with full Feather headdress, walks out of His wigwam, and fires an Arrow at the moon.

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  • You may wish to get your sweet pea wigwam growing supports ready.

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  • Wigwam has been in business for over 100 years so they understand what is needed to make a great pair of socks.

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  • Some of Wigwam's styles are sold as a single pair while others come in multi-packs.

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  • The preceding message indicates that ypbind on the local node cannot communicate with ypserv in the domain wigwam.

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  • The wigwam frame is worth the investment if your concerned about using the ceiling hooks.

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  • In addition, Wigwam makes other styles of wool socks as well.

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  • Keep your toes warm and cozy in a pair of Wigwam wool socks for men.

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  • All Wigwam socks can be machine-washed and dried quickly.

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  • For anyone who spends time outdoors and is looking for a comfortable sock that will keep his feet warm, consider a pair of Wigwam wool socks for men.

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  • The mason who finishes the cornice of the palace returns at night perchance to a hut not so good as a wigwam.

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  • If you have stayed away from wool socks because you think of them as bulky and uncomfortable, you haven't tried a pair of Wigwam socks.

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  • The Wigwam Diabetic Walker Sock, for example, utilizes Coolmax technology to keep feet cool and dry while out and about.

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  • Once you try a pair of Wigwam socks, you will understand why they are so popular.

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  • The first settlement within the township was made in 1720 by Dutchmen and Englishmen, who in 1719 had bought from the Indians a tract of land along the Housatonic, called "Weatogue" - an Indian word said to mean "the wigwam place."

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  • In Newton, the most prominent of these villages, is a stone terrace monument to John Eliot, erected on the site of Waban's wigwam near Nonantum Hill, where Eliot founded the first Indian Church on the 28th of October 1646 - the Nonantum Indians, under their chief Waban, removed to Natick in 1651.

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