Aboriginal


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Synonyms for Aboriginal

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

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having existed from the beginning

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VenuesWest has recently released requests seeking services from local Aboriginal businesses at Champion Lakes Regatta Centre and the SpeedDome.
The State Government continues to invite registered Aboriginal business enterprises to respond to tenders.
Third, Aboriginal rights are affected by treaties made both before and after Confederation.
Fourth, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled upon the existence, extent and nature of the rights of aboriginal people in a number of important cases.
Ideally perhaps, in order to minimise this difference, a 'two-way' school will have Aboriginal teachers teaching Aboriginal children.
In the 1960s, an increasing number of Aboriginal peoples moved to urban centres only to discover that "few jobs existed for those with only an elementary school education and little or no vocational skills or training" (McCue 1994: 386).
19 at the site of the new Aboriginal Gathering Place, an Aboriginal ground blessing was conducted, led by JIBC Elder-in-Residence Audrey Rivers from the Squamish First Nation, JIBC Elder-in-Residence Phillip Gladue (Metis), JIBC Governor Tina Dion, and Dr.
Over that period of time, 164 Canadian Aboriginal women, or about five every year, had gone missing in the sense that they were never found either dead or alive.
"Aksis was formed to build an Aboriginal business and professional community in Edmonton with a vision to make Edmonton the Aboriginal Business Capital of Canada.
As the son of renowned jockey Merv Maynard and the grandson of revered political leader Fred Maynard, John Maynard is positioned as an insider to both the Australian racing industry and the organised political struggle of Aboriginal people.
The analysis of these phases also intertwines research on the role in disciplining Aboriginal people by pastoralists, who were a major economic player in Western Australia and employed countless Aboriginal people.
The 'related' Aboriginal sense of self I describe can be associated with this approach.
The group meets with Timmons once a month to provide advice, support and guide the university in creating a comfortable learning environment for Aboriginal students.
The Unfortunate History of Colonization: A Look At the Aboriginal Population Yesterday and Today
Aboriginal women went from being central forces in their communities to having little value.
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