corroboree


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corroboree

Austral
a native assembly of sacred, festive, or warlike character
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This proposal was communicated by a delegation of Aboriginal leaders, including Dodson, to Prime Minister John Howard following his rejection of the Draft Document of Reconciliation at Corroboree 2000.
What kind of event would Corroboree 2000 have been and how many would have turned out to participate if the Prime Minister had been able to bring himself to say `sorry' three years ago, when the Bringing Them Home report was first tabled in parliament?
For example, one of McRae's sheets bears a corroboree (in which Buckley happens to participate) and a European sailing ship.
Une perspective corroboree par les donnees officielles en matiere d'IDE pour le premier trimestre 2017, qui ont enregistre une hausse de 16,6% en glissement annuel, selon des chiffres de la FIPA rapportes par les medias locaux.
A corroboree ground and Aboriginal cultural area along the Queanbeyan river has received provisional heritage registration, while a site in Griffith where Aboriginal people camped in the 1940s was accepted to the heritage register at the latest meeting of the ACT Heritage Council.
He raced to Hobart many times, the most memorable being in 1965 when, as sailing master on Corroboree, he was instrumental in saving a crewman who had fallen overboard from the Italian navy's entrant, Corsaro IL In gratitude, the Italian later in Hobart presented Gordon with the underpants he was wearing when hauled aboard Corroboree, which, according to CYCA bar legends, Gordon had framed in his study.
Cette [beaucoup moins que]supputation[beaucoup plus grand que] est corroboree par la limitation a 500 DA seulement de l'approvisionnement des vehicules legers (2.
The Corroboree frog population in the world has plummeted to 200 because of the Chytrid Fungus, which attacks the frog's skin and eventually causes suffocation.
She conflates his reports of woollas and corroborees before and after Hornet Bank, moves the scene to Hawkwood and portrays herself as a child observer of a corroboree that she describes as a forerunner of Hornet Bank, dramatically declaring that perhaps if she had told her parents what she had seen at the corroboree she could have prevented the attack.
The first outbursts and denial over treaties after Corroboree 2000 on 27-28 May, may be dismissed.
The latter point was certainly not lost on the UNited We Dance audience of his 1995 wild party, Corroboree, in which the women, with fierceness and energy, just about out-danced the men.
Okay, maybe non-Murri people, people involved in the New Age haven't seen people in Brisbane involved in corroborees, and yet there has been corroboree in Brisbane probably almost continuously.