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Synonyms for islander

an inhabitant of an island

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Since it began airing on CBC's Sunday night family hour in January 1998, the Emily of New Moon series has been a tickly new experience for Islanders glued to their sets.
Sixteen historians, half of them of Pacific Islander origin, the rest closely connected to Pacific societies, bring together numerous stories of indigenous pastors and teachers who served as missionaries to fellow Pacific peoples, thereby spearheading the spread of Christianity across the region.
In 1880, when the runs were fenced and the need for Islander labour had eased, Islanders were restricted by legislation to work in tropical agriculture.
Unlike slavery, the market for islander labor was fundamentally free and competitive.
The Industry Super Fund launched an Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) at the Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives (CATSINaM) conference last month.
According to the report, titled "Over-represented and overlooked: the crisis of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women's growing over imprisonment," since 1991, the imprisonment rate of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women increased by 248 percent, TeleSur reported.
The advice in this article links directly to Capability 1 from the Capability Framework--Teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander EAL/D learners
It bears note that the Catalina Islander beats the L.
We try to sell anything we think an Islander would want," she says.
In mid 2000 Nola helped establish the first ever Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Chamber of Commerce --the South East Qld Chamber of Commerce (SEQICC) and it still remains as one of the most important things she has achieved.
Islander Bruce May, 71, said that the war had been a "terrible" experience to live through.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, from 1976 to 2009, the percentage of Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) college students rose from 2 percent to 7 percent.
On the sixth annual National Asian & Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we join with these communities in support of HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment.
Jeep, a subsidiary of Chrysler LLC (Chrysler), is unveiling its limited-edition Wrangler Islander at the 2010 New York International Auto Show.
LOS ANGELES -- Asian American/Pacific Islander high school students perceived sex to be riskier than did peers of other ethnicities and engaged in sex at much lower rates, in a study conducted in large public schools in Northern California.