Indigenous Australian


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Indigenous Australian

n
(Peoples) Austral another name for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander. See Aboriginal
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This is not only an emotional response to personal loss and the rending of the social fabric of Indigenous Australian communities, though it is that.
Ian McLean's RATTLING SPEARS: A HISTORY OF INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN ART (Reaktion, $39)--the title alludes to a sound traditionally heard prior to battle--claims to be the first "art- historical narrative" of indigenous Australian art, arguably the world's oldest uninterrupted visual culture.
A dance performance by the indigenous Australian dance group Djuki Mala in Nicosia will show us the moves of their ancestors -- with some modern twists -- while the Russian Ballet Moscowia will perform the ballet piece Fatal Love in Limassol.
How the Daily in Australia reported news stu-dents at UNSW are also instructed to use the terms "Indigenous Australian people" or "Aboriginal peoples" in place of "Aborigines" or "the Aboriginal people", to avoid implying that all Indigenous Australians are the same.
Lydon has previously published two key contributions to the field of Indigenous Australian photography--a phrase denoting both images taken of and photos created by Aboriginal people.
Activities on the night included trying out their skills playing the didgeridoo, listening to indigenous Australian music and also creating their own indigenous Australian art work.
The story is written by two acclaimed Indigenous Australian authors, both of whom have received Australian literary awards for their contribution to children's literature.
There is Lionel Fogarty, whose postsurrealist poems incorporate words and phrases of his native Murri and pidgin English to create a linguistic portrait of the indigenous Australian conscience.
Denial and loss: the removal of indigenous Australian children from their families and culture.
Seeding Success in Indigenous Australian Higher Education
Yooranah is an indigenous Australian word meaning "loving".
The sole published HTLV-1 nucleotide sequence from an indigenous Australian belongs to the Australo-Melanesian HTLV-1c subtype (4).

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