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Synonyms for Aleut

a member of the people inhabiting the Aleutian Islands and southwestern Alaska

a community of Native Americans who speak an Eskimo-Aleut language and inhabit the Aleutian Islands and southwestern Alaska

the language spoken by the Aleut

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The novel contains a narrative inset that works as a kind of experimental "control," setting off the unique appeal of the Aleut woman's unreadability.
Within a very short time, both our accounting and management teams saw major benefits following our Costpoint implementation that had not been possible under our previous software provider," said Carolyn Smithhisler, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Aleut Management Services.
The Aleut Corporation announced dividends of $4 per share as well as a $500 elder payout.
For example, an Alaskan Aleut will be joining the school, all the way from California.
5 percent are black, 8 percent are Hispanic, about 3 percent are Asian and one percent, Native American, Aleut and Eskimo.
For example, Sapir and Whorf noted that certain historical Aleut (otherwise known as Eskimo) languages contained over fifty words referring to different types of ice.
New tours and a cruise offered this summer (see page 55) can introduce you to the many dimensions of the islands: the wildlife, the ancient Aleut culture, and Russian and World War II history.
The corporation has approximately 9,000 Eskimo, Aleut, and Athabascan shareholders with ancestral ties to the Bristol Bay region.
BBNC works to ensure the continuation of life and culture of its 9,400 shareholders - the Eskimo, Indian and Aleut natives of southwest Alaska's Bristol Bay region.
Paul, one of Alaska's Pribilof Islands, and there encountered Aleut people who had endured serfdom for ever a century, first from the Russian-American Company and then by US companies and government agencies to harvest fur seals.
Why should a man like Bering be honored when quite obviously the Yupik, Aleut, and other Native Americans had names for their region?
Therefore, given this factor and the need to maintain a focus on this issue, the term will be used during this discussion to refer to people of color--that is, individuals ho identify with African-American, Hispanic, American indian, Eskimo, or Aleut, and Asian or Pacific Islander heritages.
Then Russian fur hunters, accompanied by Alaskan Aleut and Kodiak islanders, arrived in 1812, built a fort, and stayed for 30 years.