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Aboriginal

1. of, relating to, or characteristic of the native peoples of Australia
2. another word for an Australian Aborigine
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Still others challenge the patenting and economic commodification of animals: the conceptual reduction of their status as genuine living beings, aboriginally the creation of nature and unowned by humans, to mere configurations of living matter instrumentally at the disposal of humans for their own self-interested purposes, economic or other.
Still, Aboriginally speaking, there are worse places to live than in Canada.
While for simplicity I have used terms as adopted throughout Fiji under the influence of the colonial system of indirect rule, like 'yavusa' and 'Tui' to refer to the maximal lineage group and its paramount chief, respectively, it should be kept in mind that there is no evidence that in the western interior these terms were used aboriginally, nor that the equivalent institutions had exactly the same features as are now associated with these terms.
The Nk'Mip Cellars Winery will be the first Aboriginally owned winery in the country.
Instead, get an "Ojibway," which would be in the shape of a dreamcatcher (it's intricate and detailed work but Aboriginally well worth it).
It is proud to be Aboriginally controlled, community based and membership driven.
In 1997, for instance, Six Nations formed a partnership with the Gitxsan Nation to make a public company, which they identify as the "first Aboriginally founded and controlled public company in Canada.
We create a professional elite more intent on networking and displaying themselves Aboriginally than effecting change in their neighborhoods and communities.
During his acceptance speech, Cook emphasized that Kitsaki Development Corporation was willing to do business with any level of government, and any other business organization, whether Aboriginally run or not.
An Aboriginally based resource technicians program through Sault College is being developed with the support of Indian and Northern Affairs to assist in preparing young people in the community for employment opportunities anticipated.
I M I is 100 per cent Aboriginally owned by Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation, Beardy's and Okemasis First Nation, Frog Lake First Nation, Muskowekwan First Nation, Pasqua First Nation, Peepeekisis First Nation, Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation, Wahpeton Dakota Nation and Joan Barmby-Halcro; licensed insurance broker.