Did you perhaps mean aboriginal?
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“Unless you can find a non-aborginal who was raised in the aboriginal culture and has the other qualifications necessary to head the inquiry.”
“In other words, you prejudged the situation, based on race, without even looking at the non-aborginal candidates.”
“As much as I like some Australian aborginal art, I would be hesitant in spending much more than a few hundred dollars on a painting as you just don't know what you are getting.”
“I myself have several aborginal paintings in my house.”
“The "two founding peoples" myth has always been a gross insult to aborginal people, and a fundamental denial of the nature of this country.”
“At least Mr Vellacott's replacement as chair of the committee, MP Colin Mayes, is not known for complicated prior views on aborginal affairs.”
“According to the official kill count in 2005, it was estimated that aborginal people's took less than 1% of the total harp seal kill.”
“In India - Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Orissa and parts of Madhya Pradesh - are vast tribal lands belonging to our aborginal people, or Adivasi people, which means indigenous people.”
“David (the bum) teaches me an aborginal handshake and then chats to the driver for the bus journey.”
“Lady Ashley intends to still sell until she finds out that the guys who had been running the farm was bad. then her and the Drover and the rest of the staff which includes an 11 year old aborginal boy Nullah, drive the cattle to Darwin were the army captian is buying cattle, they make it to Darwin with there cattle.”
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