The commissioner and the remaining engineers were detained at metis by the necessary astronomic observations.
The metis, of French and Chippewa blood, were famous as hunters and trappers.
The early metis of North Dakota, ancestors of the present metis, enjoyed life with true appreciation.
The metis, on his side, covered the young nobleman with his carbine.
The young lady is said to have preferred the metis, but the stern parent favoured the Highlander.
At the metis the strange Indians left us and returned to join their fellows.
Zeus, therefore, persuaded metis to transform herself into a fly.
No sooner was the metamorphosis complete than he swallowed the fly, and himself produced the child of metis out of his head.
Here thousands of metis, or French half-breeds, had settled.
This leaves him free to imagine a philosophic explanation of the myth based on the word metis.