Aboriginal Australian


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Noun1.Aboriginal Australian - the Austronesian languages spoken by Australian aboriginesAboriginal Australian - the Austronesian languages spoken by Australian aborigines
Austronesian language, Austronesian - the family of languages spoken in Australia and Formosa and Malaysia and Polynesia
Dyirbal, Jirrbal - a language of Australian aborigines
Walbiri, Warlpiri - a language of Australian aborigines
Australia, Commonwealth of Australia - a nation occupying the whole of the Australian continent; Aboriginal tribes are thought to have migrated from southeastern Asia 20,000 years ago; first Europeans were British convicts sent there as a penal colony
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THE SAPPHIRES (PG) Sanitised though feelgood film about four Aboriginal Australian girls entertaining the US troops during the Vietnam War.
They lie in a vast blue space composed of concentric circles, a symbol in Aboriginal Australian art representing water or watering holes.
Washington, Sept 23 (ANI): A study has pieced together the human genome from an Aboriginal Australian to find that early humans colonised Asia in two waves.
In one sense, High Culture are those features of Aboriginal Australian philosophy, metaphysics, and religion which simply cannot be reduced to behavior per se.
Walda Blow, an Aboriginal Australian, spoke movingly of the history of her people at the hands of White Australia, 'I am not bitter,' she said.
This has to do with the two broad dimensions that I out lined earlier, the Aboriginal Australian dimension and the Aboriginal Dimension.
These insights are then used to understand the contemporary pattern of Aboriginal Australian food and eating practices and implications for contemporary food policy.
Aboriginal Australian Patrick Dodson, who chaired his country's Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation, told how a nationwide programme of study circles in the early 1990s offered Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians a chance to meet together, and tens of thousands responded.
Thus the stereotypes described by Daniel Francis for the North American context also apply to the representation of Aboriginal Australian cultures on this CD cover, with a particular perception of traditionalism employed in their nakedness and non-Western appearance.

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