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aborigines:

see Australian aboriginesAustralian aborigines,
indigenous peoples of Australia. The first modern humans in Australia probably came from somewhere in Asia more than 40,000 years ago, most likely sometime between 55,000 and 100,000 years ago. Genetic evidence also suggests that c.
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The whites have assisted greatly in rendering the traditions of the Aborigines more obscure by their own manner of corrupting names.
My ten-year-old son recently told me about a classmate who told him how lucky Aborigines are to have been colonised.
The disgraceful treatment meted to the Aborigines is well documented.
Webster awakens as an adult to the real meaning of white privilege and what it meant in her life, particularly regarding the Aborigines she grew up with in Kalgoorlie, and everything she took for granted growing up.
On page 283, under the heading 'The Biggest Estate on Earth: How Aborigines Made Australia':
It is the eorroboree (kuh-ROB-uh-ree), the celebration of song and dance by the Aborigines (ab-uh-RIJ-uh-nees), the first people to live in Australia.
This Aborigine team team arrived home the same year the 'Aborigine Act' became law, forcing Aborigines to relocate to missions and reserves.
500 to 600 victims were Taiwanese aborigines (including Pinpu and Bunun tribes), accounting for 80 percent of the total number of victims nationwide.
G20 Summit opened with colorful ceremony including dances which was performed aborigines, known as the native community of Australia.
1), the Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott publicly launched a report that addresses the income and welfare gaps between Aborigines and other Australians.
Neville, who was western Australian chief protector of Aborigines in the 1930s and '40s and, before that, chief of the Department for the North-West, Aborigines, and Fisheries.