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koori

(ˈkʊərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a native Australian
[C19: from a native Australian language]
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The long mid-high vowels of the first syllable (that in some idiolects merged with the long high vowels uu, uu, ii) are marked with a circumflex accent below: koori 'bark', oo 'night', seemen 'seed'.
It was stitched together with both Koori and non-Koori people.
Likewise, daily life for the Koori Aboriginal people of Australia was constructed as tainted by racism, and much of the racism experienced, both verbal and behaviour, was categorically blatant (Mellor, 2003).
I really feel that," Corpus told the Koori Mail recently.
In Chapter 7, Ryan deals with representation and how to situate the Koori 'yarn-up' style of data gathering within a Western academic tradition.
congress delegation, led by Senator Benjamin Karden and includes Senator Edward Marki, Senator Jeff Murkily and Senator Koori Gardner.
Published fortnightly since 1991, the Koori Mail is distributed Australia- wide, providing news, views and advertisements to Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians interested in Indigenous affairs.
The conflict resulted in the termination and resignation of two Koori workers and all Koori collective members, along with calls to the community to boycott the "racist" refuge, due to the loss of trust that developed in community.
In Australia, for example, some individuals who wanted to become a member of their local ACJP were excluded due to alliances within particular family-based Koori communities (see OPI, 2010).

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