NAWPA

AcronymDefinition
NAWPANative American Women Playwrights Archive
NAWPANorthern Arizona Wood Products Association (Eagar, AZ)
NAWPANorth American Water and Power Alliance
NAWPANorth American Water and Planning Alliance
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Menzel, "Style and time in the Middle Horizon," Nawpa Pacha, vol.
On NAWPA's website, a "Directory of Native American Women Playwrights" gives information (with email addresses and Web links if available, as well as lists of works) about seventeen playwrights who have at least one play housed in the archive; almost fifty others whose works are not at Miami are listed--some with links--under "Additional Names."
A periphrastic future/modal on the basis of a nonrealized nominal form of the lexical verb and the auxiliary ra- `do' emerged: (16) libachi-nga ra-u-ni mana uqui-manda-s nawpa pajta-mu-jpi hit-FU do-PR-1 not bother-ABL-IND before arrive-CIS-DS `I am going to hit you if you do not get here before your brother.' (17) rima-hua-ca-mi hacienda-yuj dueno cunan speak-lob-PA-AF farm-owning boss now shamu-nga ra-u-ni come-FU.NOM do-PR-1 `The landowner said to me that he was going to come now.'
The North American Water and Power Alliance (NAWPA) would see diverted northern rivers in BC and the Yukon going south into the United States and Mexico.
Dentro de los estilos utilizados por los runa, esta el llamado clasico estilo tradicional, nawpa muda runa p'acha (4) o antigua moda de ropa de runa, es utilizado por los runa (como se llaman a si mismos los Sakaka, que en quechua quiere decir gente), en la medida en que los diferencia de los q'ara (no "indios", desde el punto de vista de los runa) que utilizan ropa al estilo occidental y de los "cholos o cholitas".