¢epéntsa in a sentence

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How to use ¢epéntsa in a sentence. ¢epéntsa pronunciation.

When they left the Carrizo Mountains it was their intention to go to [¢]epéntsa, the La Plata Mountains, to hunt for food, and their halt at Tse‘-biçàï was designed to be temporary only; but, now that they had found abundance of water, the elder brother counseled them not to hasten on, but to remain where they were for a while.
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They traveled up the north bank until they came to a small affluent whose source was in [¢]epéntsa.
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They moved on next day and came close to [¢]epéntsa, to a soil covered with tracks of deer and of other great animals of the chase.
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Before him were the beautiful peaks of [¢]epéntsa, with their forested slopes.
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He was destined to return to [¢]epéntsa, but not in the manner he most desired.
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That night they camped near [¢]epéntsa, where they watched him closely all night and gave him nothing to eat.
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Now Qastcèëlçi took him to a place called Lejpáhiço (Brown Earth Water) and led him to the top of a high hill, from which they could see in the far distance Gángiço, where the prophet’s family dwelt; for they had moved away from the valley in [¢]epéntsa, where he left them.
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When the morning came, Dsilyi‘ Neyáni said to his younger brother, “Let us go out and try to shoot some deer, so that we may make beça‘ (deer masks), such as we wore in [¢]epéntsa, where we killed so many deer.
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Such kethàwns must be buried at the foot of a spruce tree, with the heads towards the mountains of ¢epéntsa.
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Examples of ¢epéntsa

Example #1
He hastened back to the camp and announced his success.
Example #2
He had not dug long when the water suddenly burst forth in great abundance and soon filled the excavation he had made.
Example #3
Here they left the main river and followed the branch until night approached, when they made camp.
Example #4
The father named the hour of bihilçòhigi (when it gets warm, i.e., about 10 a.m.), on the morrow, as the time they should ford the San Juan; so next morning at the appointed time they crossed.
Example #5
Here they encamped, and on the following morning the young men set out by different ways in the direction of the mountain to hunt; but at night they returned empty handed.