Aboriginal

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Synonyms for Aboriginal

existing, born, or produced in a land or region

Synonyms for Aboriginal

a dark-skinned member of a race of people living in Australia when Europeans arrived

characteristic of or relating to people inhabiting a region from the beginning

Synonyms

having existed from the beginning

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Being non-voting invited guests of the legislative process will only whet the appetite of the Aboriginal participants in this half-measure process, designed by a well-meaning "bunch of white men in suits .
The book is therefore a sleek and nimble distillation of a decade's thought and writing on Aboriginal legal issues.
Aboriginal children in urban areas do have somewhat better nutrition, hygiene, and medical care, and they have a higher incidence of otitis media with effusion and cholesteatoma--just as we see in non-Aboriginal children.
Citizens Plus: Aboriginal Peoples and the Canadian State.
This is part of our participation in the Anglican Church of Canada's mission to work toward healing and reconciliation with our aboriginal brothers and sisters," he said.
I was asked to cover the Annual General Assembly of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples for Windspeaker, an aboriginal publication based in the West.
As a minimum requirement, the present top-down approach to Aboriginal education must be replaced with "two-way" education and be geared to treat Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islander people as equal partners.
To what extent is Aboriginal subjectivity constituted through the administrative technologies of government, and how did partnerships between Aboriginals and non-Aboriginals help 'facilitate' this process?
The data suggest that the great majority of the victims were almost certainly killed by fellow Aboriginals, either male or female, a fact that tends to be downplayed or denied by most of those people who demand an inquiry.
A web-based directory to make it easy for people to connect with Aboriginal businesses and increase Aboriginal participation in the Western Australian workforce was officially launched today by the State Government.
Over-representation is especially true of Aboriginal females, when comparing Aboriginals and non-Aboriginals.
Downtown Edmonton organizations have combined forces to make the transition to the city's capital easier for Aboriginals.
The study, using data from the 2004 Canadian Community Health Survey, compared Aboriginals living off-reserve with the non-Aboriginal population in Ontario and the western provinces.
I visited personally a number of federal institutions and have spent time with aboriginals themselves individually and in groups in the institutions," he said in the House of Commons.
Richards presents data showing that the incidence of suicide and diabetes is significantly higher among the third of the aboriginal population who live on reserves than among off-reserve aboriginals.