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The Aboriginals

  • 1Inhabiting or existing in a land from the earliest times or from before the arrival of colonists; indigenous.

  • ‘Now, the division needs to bring aboriginal perspectives into the entire curriculum, for all its students.’
  • ‘However, I note that a leading Canadian authority on aboriginal title stated that one dimension of it is its inalienability.’
  • ‘The site will be arranged to evoke the lands where the eleven aboriginal nations in Quebec live.’
  • ‘It still gives the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs authority over aboriginal children's education.’
  • ‘Mr. Wellheiser was adopted by a native Canadian family and has been extensively involved in aboriginal activities.’
  • ‘Few of the dramatic postglacial changes in global environment escaped the attention of aboriginal humans.’
  • ‘In ancient and aboriginal cultures, dreams were too important to he entrusted to mere dreamers.’
  • ‘A small remnant of Khoi and San aboriginal populations lives in the extreme northwest.’
  • ‘As National Aboriginal Day dawns Monday, the statistics for aboriginal youth remain depressing.’
  • ‘Handley said aboriginal health is not just a federal matter because a large and growing proportion of natives live off-reserve.’
  • ‘As a territory born out of the desire for an aboriginal land claims agreement, we are governed as a public government.’
  • ‘In North America alone, there are many aboriginal cultures that no longer know a word of their original languages.’
  • ‘Two weeks ago, accompanying her as she questioned Premier Yu, were a group of activists from different aboriginal tribes.’
  • ‘The shockwaves of that first gunfire are still being felt in aboriginal communities today throughout the country.’
  • ‘Around the world, 70 percent of uranium deposits are located on aboriginal land.’
  • ‘There are seven distinct aboriginal languages, which are grouped into three language families.’
  • ‘The Paiwan are surrounded by Han Chinese and other aboriginal groups including Rukai and Puyuma.’
  • ‘The Committee is concerned that aboriginal rights of Native Americans may, in law, be extinguished by Congress.’
  • ‘The Maya and Garifuna demonstrate the surviving tribal traits of the aboriginal peoples.’
  • ‘The main exception to this has been the relationship between the dominant French-English state and aboriginal peoples.’
  • indigenous, native

    original, earliest, first, initial

    ancient, primitive, primeval, primordial

    autochthonous, autochthonic

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