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A peace pipe and arrowhead remind us of the history and folklore of Native Americans.
Autumn brightens with blooming goldenrod, sea pinks and arrowhead, inviting bees and butterflies, including migrating monarchs.
A plant native to South America that grows from a tuber, or compressed stem, in the shape of a large red, pink, white or green arrowhead.
Also found were stone arrowheads or spear points, bones probably from the llama-like vicuña, and the apparent remains of wild tubers.
Arrowhead: Was runner-up for Classic 8 Conference player of the year honors for a third straight year. Averaged 75.43 and finished in a tie for 12th place individually at state.
Prior to their arrival, teachers had arranged for a bulldozer to bury pottery, nuts, tools, arrowheads and other artifacts, haphazardly and at various depths, in a 10-by-10 meter square.
Conversely, the arrowheads were used by the Jewish forces in their defense of the city.
The husband ice skated and dug up arrowheads on the property as a boy.
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First Known Use of arrowhead
ARROWHEAD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of arrowhead for English Language Learners
: a piece of stone or metal that forms the point of an arrow
ARROWHEAD Defined for Kids
Definition of arrowhead for Students
: the pointed end of an arrow
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