Navaho

(from the article `rocket and missile system`) The second postwar U.S. cruise missile effort was the Navaho, an intercontinental supersonic design. Unlike earlier efforts, which were extrapolated ... Another line of development within the U.S. industry led in the early 1950s to the Navaho cruise missile. (A cruise missile flies like an ...
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Navaho

Navajo noun the Athapaskan language spoken by the Navaho
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Navaho

(SM-64) One of three strategic surface-to-surface cruise missiles developed by the United States in the decade following World War II, the others being the Matador and the Snark. Built by North American Aviation, the SM-64 Navaho was an experimental supersonic intercontinen...
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Navaho

Alternative name for a member of the American Indian Navajo people. ...
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Navaho

Alternative name for a member of the American Indian Navajo people
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Navaho

Alternative spelling of Navajo. ...
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Navaho

Navaho: see Navajo, people; Navajo, language.
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Navaho

The Navaho (Navajo) are a peaceable agricultural North American Indian people related to the Apache originally occupying the northern part of New Mexico and Arizona.. Like the Apache, they speak a Southern Athapaskan language. The Mexicans continually attempted to reduce them, but failed. After long-continued hostilities against the whites, Colonel...
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Navaho

[n] - a member of an Athapaskan people that migrated to Arizona and New Mexico and Utah 2. [n] - the Athapaskan language spoken by the Navaho people
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