- Article — What is a Boomerang?
- Andy Borowitz
- mar-—ra_ng.f' So named by the Turuwal tribe of Aboriginal peoples, to whom it means “throwing stick. " This design hasn't changed for four thousand years.
- Boomerangs Fact Sheet
- been adopted from the Dharuk language of the Turuwal people from George's River near Port Jackson, New South W ales.
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- WORD USED BY THE TURUWAL TRIBE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. a short black- tipped tail a) Tandori b) Tongstin c) Turuwal d) Turnak.
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- word of the Turuwal tribe of Aborigines, who lived near the Georges River in New South. Wales, and may have come from the Aboriginal word 'boomori', wind .
- Kinship, Organisations and 'wannabes': Aboriginal Identity
- Turawal, Thurawal, Thurrawal, Thurrawall, Turuwal, Turuwul, Turrubul, Ta-gary. 2 .
- Turuwal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Turuwal people were an Aboriginal sub-group of the Dharuk language nation based in New South Wales, Australia.
- Boomerang - From an Inventors Perspective
- we know them today, were invented for sport, the returning boomerang. The name boomerang comes from the Turuwal tribe of New South Wales.
- Boomerang - New World Encyclopedia
- Jan 27, 2009 The name boomerang comes from the language of the indigenous Australian Turuwal tribe of Aborigines who lived south of Sydney, Australia.
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- The name of the boomerang comes from the Indigenous Australian Turuwal tribe of Aborigines who lived south of Sydney, Australia.
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