Inuk


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Inuk

a member of any Inuit people
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My frustration as an Inuk beneficiary from Nunavut is that we agree to land claims agreements but shortly thereafter they're shelved.
Hanrahan relies too much on speculation and amateur psychology, notably concerning Bartlett's youthful bedwetting, whether he had a child with an Inuk woman, and whether he might have been gay.
The perspective of her brother, Inuk, follows suit, in a prose style so different it could be construed as passages from another book.
The young Inuk hunter, Olaf, who is assigned to us as an armed guard against polar bears is also proud of the fact that he once killed two narwhal and used the proceeds from their ivory tusks (at CA$3,000 apiece) to pay for his schooling, and now for his transport to and accommodation at Carleton University in Ottawa.
As an Inuk harvester eloquently explained, "The importance of muskox [as a source of food] fluctuates along with the abundance of caribou.
New York artist Daniel Brush used to joke that he was more reclusive than Nanook of the North, the Inuk man from Arctic Canada who starred in the 1922 film.
Having acquired some experience of life in the Arctic, as well as a desire to make films, Flaherty determined upon documenting a year in the life of an Inuk hunter and his family.
From the Tundra to the Trenches is the autobiography of Eddy Weetaltuk, a Canadian Inuk (member of indigenous people native to the arctic regions of Greenland, Canada, and Alaska).
Angry Inuk, as well as a panel discussion on reconciliation.
She was found after scientists talked to a native Inuk who said he had seen a mast-like pole in the ice.
President and chief executive of Sorenson is Marcus Liassides, the former chief executive of Abercynonbased internet protocol TV technology firm Inuk Networks, which was backed with a PS6m equity investment - later written off - from Welsh language channel S4C.