COYOTE

COYOTE, or Call Off Your Old Tired Ethics, is an American sex worker activist organization. COYOTE`s goals include the decriminalization (as opposed to the legalization) of prostitution, pimping and pandering, as well as the elimination of social stigma concerning sex work as an occupation. COYOTE`s mission includes advocating for all varieties .....
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Coyote

The coyote (iː or t, eɪ, or t;{efn|Respelled US {{respell|ky|OH|tee}, {respell|KY|oht} and UK {respell|koy|YOH|tay}, {respell|koy|YOHT|`} }} Canis latrans) is a canid native to North America. It is a smaller, more basal animal than its close relative, the gray wolf, being roughly the North American equivalent to the old world golden jackal, tho....
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coyote

[n] - small wolf native to western North America
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Coyote

• (n.) A carnivorous animal (Canis latrans), allied to the dog, found in the western part of North America; -- called also prairie wolf. Its voice is a snapping bark, followed by a prolonged, shrill howl.
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coyote

prairie wolf noun small wolf native to western North America
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Coyote

[automobile] The Coyote was an American automobile built in Redondo Beach, California from 1909 until 1910. The car was a sporty two seat roadster with a 50 hp Straight-8 engine, which was claimed to reach 75 mph. Many parts, such as the axles and steering gear was from the Franklin Auto Company. Only two were made. ...
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Coyote

[chassis] The Coyote was a brand of racing chassis designed and built for the use of A. J. Foyt`s race team in USAC Championship car racing including the Indianapolis 500. It was used from 1966 to 1983 with Foyt himself making 141 starts in the car winning 25 times. George Snider had the second most starts with 24. Jim McElreath has the onl...
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Coyote

[mythology] Coyote is a mythological character common to many Native American cultures, based on the coyote (Canis latrans) animal. This character is usually male and is generally anthropomorphic although he may have some coyote-like physical features such as fur, pointed ears, yellow eyes, a tail and claws. The myths and legends which incl...
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Coyote

[Navajo mythology] ==Appearance== Coyote looks like a coyote in animal form and he looks like a man with a mustache in human form. ==Coyoteway ceremony== The Coyoteway ceremony is a healing ceremony that is completed in a hogan. The healer sings a song while the person to be healed is in smoke. The person to be healed takes on the role of C...
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Coyote

Coy'o·te noun [ Spanish Amer., from Mexican coyotl .] (Zoology) A carnivorous animal ( Canis latrans ), allied to the dog, found in the western part of North America; -- called also prairie wolf . Its voice is a snapping bark, followed by a prolonged, shrill howl.
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coyote

coyote (kī'ōt, kīō'tē) or prairie wolf,small, swift wolf, Canis latrans, native to W North America. It is found in deserts, prairies, open woodlands, and brush country; it is also called brush wolf. The coyote resembles a medium-sized dog, with a narrow, pointed...
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Coyote

Coyote is American slang for someone who preys on illegal immigrants coming to the USA from Mexico, mainly an unscrupulous agent.
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Coyote

In North American Indian mythology, Coyote is the trickster deity who assumes innumerable names and forms. It is believed that it was his desire to make the life of man more interesting, which caused the creation of sickness, sorrow, and death. Destructive natural phenomena, as well as inventions which are of benefit to mankind, are believed to be ...
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Coyote

in the mythology and folklore of the North American Plains, California, and Southwest Indians, the chief animal of the age before humans. Coyote`s ... [4 related articles]
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Coyote

Major predator of sheep in the western United States.
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coyote

New World member of the dog family (Canidae) that is smaller and more lightly built than the wolf. The coyote, whose name is derived from the Aztec ... [2 related articles]
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coyote

small wolf native to western North America
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Coyote

The coyote or prairie wolf (Canis latrans) is a type of wild dog found in North America.
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Coyote

The process of digging in river-borne gravels by tunneling until bedrock is hit. The tunnel is dug in hopes of finding a rich bedrock deposit deep in the gravel bar.
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coyote

Wild dog Canis latrans, in appearance like a small wolf, living in North and Central America. Its head and body are about 90 cm/3 ft long and brown, flecked with grey or black. Coyotes live in open country and can run at 65 kph/40 mph. Their main foods are rabbits and rodents. Although persecuted by humans for over a cent...
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