Tlà¢esçìni in a sentence

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Presently Tlà¢esçìni (such was the name of the old woman’s grandson) entered and sat down near the fire.
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In a little while another young man named Indsiskàï (Radiating White Streaks), as fair and robust as the first, entered and sat down by the fire on the side opposite to where Tlà¢esçìni sat.
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Tlà¢esçìni went to the north and Indsiskàï to the south, and they walked so slowly that all the spectators again laughed and made merry, and many said: “They will never reach the camps whither we have sent them.
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At yonder tree we saw Tlà¢esçìni last.
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They both reached the door of the medicine lodge at the same time; but Tlà¢esçìni entered first, handed his bag to the medicine man, and sat down in the same place where he sat when he entered in the morning.
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In the bag of Tlà¢esçìni were found four ears of léjyipĕj (corn baked in the husk underground).
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At nightfall they returned to the lodge, and entering, sat down in the west, one on each side of the medicine man, and Tlà¢esçìni addressed him, saying: “When we came to the lodge this afternoon, we did not give you an account of our journeys because the people who are with you are fools, who laughed when we came home from the long journey which they feared to undertake; but now we have come to tell you our adventures.
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I,” continued Tlà¢esçìni, “went to the north.
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During the night a chief of the Navajo, while walking through the crowd, observed the grandmother of Tlà¢esçìni sitting on the ground.
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The aliens were given the first choice, and they chose Indsiskàï; therefore Tlà¢esçìni fell to the Navajo.
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This rock was once the hut where Tlà¢esçìni dwelt.
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Tlà¢esçìni had won by about twice the length of his own body, and all the wagered wealth of the other nations passed into the hands of the Navajo. 75.
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It seems to be the custom with the akáninilis to walk slowly when near camp and to run when out of sight, probably to follow the mythic examples of Tlà¢esçìni and Indsiskàï.
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Examples of Tlà¢esçìni

Example #1
All looked at him in astonishment.
Example #2
He comes,” and those inside laughed and waited.
Example #3
The white earth and the charcoal for painting the akáninili were already prepared; so some of the young men in the lodge, when they beheld this pair of fine couriers, arose without a word of debate and began to paint the latter and to adorn their persons for the journey.
Example #4
This cannot be the same man.
Example #5
When the toilet was done, the medicine man sent the couriers forth with many messages and injunctions and told them to blow on their whistles four times before they got out of hearing of the lodge.