native Australian

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Noun1.native Australian - a dark-skinned member of a race of people living in Australia when Europeans arrivednative Australian - a dark-skinned member of a race of people living in Australia when Europeans arrived
ethnic group, ethnos - people of the same race or nationality who share a distinctive culture
Aussie, Australian - a native or inhabitant of Australia
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A similar story is told, that when the first television set was first brought to Australia, the native Australian aborigines could not see pictures on the TV screen when it was turned on.
The BSF, acting on a tip-off, seized English Budgie birds, a variety of the native Australian Budgerigar, and handed them over to customs office.
James Dorey's book takes readers to where I work and offers them a detailed snapshot of native Australian bees in superb colours and resolution.
REDCAR'S Jordan Stewart confessed to being happy yet frustrated after earning a crack at this summer's World Under-21 Championships by finishing runner-up in his native Australian junior title race in Queensland on Saturday.
Kelly Smyth, 40, of Poulton Road, Wallasey, was found guilty in her absence of two animal cruelty offences at Wirral Magistrates' Court in relation to the death of the native Australian lizard, known as a blue-tongued skink.
Then, in 2016, he launched The Orana Foundation, who are dedicated to promoting indigenous Australian culture and, in particular, creating the Native Australian Foods Database of ingredients.
That night at SM, it was masterfully played by a native Australian, who even jammed it up with an internationally-known local beatboxer.
It features an Aboriginal elder, an Australian native Australian natives are black.
The 86 new star names the International Astronomical Union approved in the last year have roots in Mayan, Polynesian, Chinese, Hindu and Coptic words, as well as those from native Australian and South African tongues, according to the ( I ( nternational Astronomical Union.