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- n. Indigenousness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Indigenousnoss.
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The idea, sources said, was to demonstrate the "indigenity" of Hinduism vis-à-vis Islam and Christianity.
In a country where the racial lines are so blurred, both "whiteness" and indigenity (to coin a term) are highly economically and culturally determined.
To be sure, indigenity remains far more complex than any single political narrative can capture, and pueblos originarios does not fully capture the identity of any Bolivian.
In their direct emergence from the land, the 'stone spirits' allude not only to an element of Maori oral tradition but to long-held Pakeha dreams of indigenity.
They felt that Thorne's talk of two types of prehistoric Australians undermined their claim to indigenity, and the publication of the remains of Mungo Man and Mungo Lady as illustrations to newspaper articles about Thorne's discoveries only made them angrier.
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