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corroboree

Austral
a native assembly of sacred, festive, or warlike character
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Licenca consideravel e dada em certas ocasioes, quando um numero grande de homens e mulheres se junta para performar certas corroborees [.
De maniere generale, l'ouvrage contient de perspicaces analyses corroborees par de nombreux details intertextuels et accompagnees de references bibliographiques tres completes.
Other cards appealed to tourists' desires for examples of exotic 'savagery', and depicted tableaux of corroborees, weapon making, and fire stick making.
9) Filmed at night with floodlights, the dancers, covered in luminous white paint perform classic corroborees (fig.
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.
He was honoured by being invited to attend many of their ceremonies, including corroborees and the burial of an elder; he later sensitively described the people's grief and the funeral rituals.
Similarly, by allowing corroborees to be performed on 'waste ground' the authorities demonstrate that such activities have been appropriated by the colonial order.
Dick Butler is readily recalled for his impromptu performances with the mouth organ, particularly during corroborees held in the Botanic Gardens.
9) On traditional Aboriginal funerals and corroborees, see Huggins and Huggins, Auntie Rita, pp.
Le texte fait echo a l'anxiete publique concernant la secrete verite des corroborees, dont faisaient mention toutes sortes d'ecrits mediatises: journaux, relations populaires de la vie de colons, ethnographies d'amateurs.