aborigin

aborigin

(æbˈɒrɪdʒɪn)
adj
another word for aboriginal
n
another word for aborigine
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Graeme Turner, 'Breaking the Frame: The Representation of Aborigin es in Australian Film', in Anna Rutherford (ed.
The search terms used were the following: aborigin * or Indigenous; high school or secondary school *; career *; career promotion * or career support *.
Within each education group, the average earnings of Aborigin al earners ranged from 72% to 76% of the average earnings of all Canadians.
I have also conducted prison interviews with a man who delivered up an item of Aborigin al prison culture saying that that he, like all those other prisoners he chose to have as mates in jail, was one prisoner among the many who were each and every one of them 'doing another man's time.
The main reason for pursuing paleoparasitological research in Argentina is to understand the impact of disease during the paleoepidemiological transition caused by the contact of Europeans with Patagonian Aborigins.

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