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the earliest known inhabitants of a region

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Durch Abwiegen verschiedener Argumente wird das autochthone Entwicklungselement (Bestattungssitten, Keramikformen) fur wahrscheinlicher erwogen.
aboriginal, autochthone, jungle-dwelling tribesman, an Irula, Kasava, Urali, Solega, Kurumba (poetic) DEDR 4954.
2012 Die autochthone Religion der Benuaq yon Ost-Kalimantan--eine ethnolinguistische Untersuchung (The autochthonous religion of the Benuaq of East Kalimantan--an ethnolinguistic analysis).
His travel stories, which he willingly shared with the villagers, were replete with cross-cultural encounters, from Malian state officials, to Ghanaian chiefs, to Nigerian Islamic scholars, to various other travellers and autochthones.
It distinguishes inhabitants of the neighborhood from people living elsewhere, immigrants from autochthones and people taking part in community activities from those who do not.
While issues such as social contacts with autochthones (of Dutch descent: autochtonen) and attitudes toward the Dutch society of "allochthones" (of non-Dutch descent: allochtonen) were already present in the minority reports of the 1990s, institutions such as SCP, CBS, and WODC started to include chapters on "socio-cultural integration" in the annual reports of 2005 until 2010.
This paper presents a case study of development negotiations in a small village in the southernmost Tombali region of Guinea-Bissau, ethnically divided between the Nalu autochthones and Balanta immigrants.
The status of the West African fish Gobius nigricinctus with reference to New World autochthones and an Old World colour-analogue.
Among the species reported 19 (59 %) are autochthones and 13 (41 %) are introduced.
Represented as the 'first inhabitants of the torrid zone', 'more brutish and fierce' than their conquerors, these supposed black autochthones remained 'sole masters of their ancient possessions' only in New Holland and 'other unknown southern lands' (1756, I:16, 77-80; II:375-80).
It installs a kind of dialogue between the newcomers and the autochthones that can range from open antagonism to harmonious cohabitation, or superb lack of interest.