Inuk


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Inuk

(ɪˈnʊk)
n
(Peoples) a member of any Inuit people
[from Inuktitut inuk man]
Translations
інуїт
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An Inuk activist in Canada is at the center of a controversy regarding a medical policy some consider discriminatory.
New York artist Daniel Brush used to joke that he was more reclusive than Nanook of the North, the Inuk man from Arctic Canada who starred in the 1922 film.
Aigah Attagutsiak, the first Inuk to be ordained to the Anglican priesthood in a southern diocese, was one of six participants who recited blessings before the closing ceremony.
Having acquired some experience of life in the Arctic, as well as a desire to make films, Flaherty determined upon documenting a year in the life of an Inuk hunter and his family.
From the Tundra to the Trenches is the autobiography of Eddy Weetaltuk, a Canadian Inuk (member of indigenous people native to the arctic regions of Greenland, Canada, and Alaska).
De este modo, por ejemplo, un Inuk (6) puede tener una cuenta en Facebook y usarlo para sus propios fines de la misma manera que los rifles fueron incorporados como una herramienta ya necesaria e imprescindible para cazar, o los GPS para orientarse en las expediciones de caza (7).
She was found after scientists talked to a native Inuk who said he had seen a mast-like pole in the ice.
President and chief executive of Sorenson is Marcus Liassides, the former chief executive of Abercynonbased internet protocol TV technology firm Inuk Networks, which was backed with a PS6m equity investment - later written off - from Welsh language channel S4C.
A highlight of the event was a performance by Inuk musician Susan Aglukark, who received the prestigious Governor General's Performing Arts Award just over a week ago.
Former NHS obstetrician Emmanuel Edet, 61, and midwife Antan Edet, 58, from Walsall kept fellow Nigerian Ofonime Sunday Inuk as a "houseboy" after telling immigration officials he was their teenage son when they arrived here from Israel in 1989.
Six artist collaborated on the design and creation of (Nunavut's Heritage Mace and Working Mace: the late Mariano Aupilardjuk (Rankin Inlet), Inuk Charlie (Cambridge Bay), Paul Malliki (Naujaat), Mathew Nuqingaq (Iqaluit), the late Simata Pitsualak (Kimmirut) and Joseph Suqslaq (Gjoa Haven).