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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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The mother's mtDNA is a better indicator of the aboriginality of a local group because it is men who usually migrate or invade.
The compulsion to locate Aboriginality, to make it fixed, is bound up in a long history of legal battles to do with land ownership, and also connects with recent debates surrounding Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975.
The possession of an Aboriginal language, and its employment as a vehicle of alterity, has power for people lacking stereotypical markers of Aboriginality.
The interweaving of captivity narratives emblematises the film's profound ambivalence and uncertainty regarding the 'nature' of Aboriginality and the more productive, and even ethical, way to imagine interactions between the categories of 'white' and 'black'.
of the impact on his life of his Aboriginality, would be to
There are many notices seeking homes for children that identify a dark complexion but only one in which Aboriginality is specifically mentioned--a two-year-old Adelaide boy offered for adoption in 1887.
Many non-Indigenous readers attempting to read Fogarty's poetry are confronted with a construct of aboriginality that is unfamiliar or inaccessible and many non-Indigenous Australians have little first-hand knowledge or experience of Indigenous Australians or, if they do, it is filtered by a limited understanding of Indigenous history and negative media constructions.
Dorion feels that Metis status provides a bridge for knowledge between all people and she focuses on the spiritual strength of Aboriginal women and Aboriginality.
The narratives of Aboriginality and race have been reshaped into something increasingly complex, that no longer has simple binaries of black and white, colonist and coloniser, oppressor and the oppressed, although right-wing attacks have, to an extent retarded knowledge of that subtlety.
Such differences in the magnitude of health inequalities according to deprivation across Canada might be associated with other social determinants of health, namely immigration and aboriginality.
As the articles in part 1 illustrated, attention to questions of race and ethnicity in urban contexts can illuminate the history of urban Aboriginality as well as enhance our understanding of how and at which key transitional moments urban social life was significantly recast by diverse groups of men and women, even as they adapted to the city's built form.
In this paper I draw on a particular case that encapsulates some of the most extreme elements of educational disadvantage - poverty, remote location, English as a foreign language, cultural diversity and Aboriginality - to provide a lens for understanding the complexity of coming to learn school mathematics.
It was not that Wrightson annexed Aboriginality for literary purposes but that she believed passionately in what Aboriginals themselves--speaking for all of us--call 'country'; not simply the physical environment but the deeply inherent force of the human mind.
However, it is important for her to illustrate the values and solid teachings that are a part of Aboriginality, something that westernized programs can't provide.