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â–¶noun (pl. same). 1 a member of an Aboriginal people of central Australia.

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Judith Lucy's Spiritual Journey
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A Rex Battarbee photo from the 1930s captures two Arrernte men who accompanied him on a painting expedition. Picture: Courtesy SA Museum.
Hat-trick of A* grades for Nick
Sultan IS a Territorian
His Irish father - a lawyer - worked with the NT Aboriginal Legal Service and his mother, Roslyn Sultan, is from the Arrernte and Gurindji people. "I call myself a Territorian," Sultan told the NT News. "I am a Melbourne boy - and I'm a Territorian.
How to write about Aboriginal Australia

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Arrernte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Arrernte language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
How long have the Arrernte lived in Alice Springs
The Arrernte Tribe has been living in Alice Springs for how long? 20000 years. How long have the Arrernte been living in Alice Springs?
Arrernte language, alphabet and pronunciation
Information about Arrernte, an aboriginal language spoken in Central Australia.
Arrernte - Aboriginal Art and Culture Centre
Information on Aboriginal Art & artists, australian aboriginal culture, didgeridoo, history and language.

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