Aboriginal Australian

NOUN
  1. the Austronesian languages spoken by Australian aborigines
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How To Use Aboriginal Australian In A Sentence

  • Her paintings and drawings offer a glimpse into the world view of an Aboriginal Australian who has emerged with a positive vision of the future for all people.
  • Australia remains the only Commonwealth country not to have a treaty with its original owners, and although a treaty may have made little difference to the lives of aboriginal Australians, the celebration of Australia Day on unceded land makes many non-aboriginal Australians, myself included, feel highly uncomfortable. Aboriginal Australians are part of the country's present – not just its past | Sarah Keenan
  • Then, I realised the guests were not Indians, but rather Aboriginal Australians.
  • These narrow- skulled people have more in common with southern Asians, Aboriginal Australians and people of the South Pacific Rim .
  • A new project should help dispel commonly held misbeliefs about Aboriginal Australians.
  • Environmentalists tended to characterise Aboriginal Australians as icons of true belonging, role models, holders of superior spiritual knowledge, the real autochthons.
  • This causes sperm to be ejaculated from the base rather than the end, and is performed in several Aboriginal Australian societies, says Wilson. Male Circumcision is a Weapon in the Sperm Wars | Disinformation
  • One article I just found on the Internet, which means it should be accorded no more respect than it deserves, has this: "To barrack for," Australian slang for "to vigorously and noisily support a sports team," most likely comes from the Aboriginal Australian word "borak," meaning "nonsense or silliness. Genre writer Peter Temple wins literary award
  • Why should Aboriginal Australians be in a lesser position in respect of proprietorial rights than other Australians?
  • By continuing to reiterate the idea that aboriginal culture is "ancient", "traditional" and "part of our national heritage", the proposed amendments help non-aboriginal Australians to forget not only the genocidal violence perpetrated by early settlers but also their own implication, as settlers on unceded land, in producing the conditions under which most aboriginal Australians live today. Aboriginal Australians are part of the country's present – not just its past | Sarah Keenan
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