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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 .

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How Boomerangs Work
The word comes from the Turuwal people who called a returning boomerang a “boornarang.” A boomerang is best thrown when it's being held at approximately a 20 degree angle. Throw it like a baseball by bringing it behind you and snapping your wrist on ...

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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.
When did Rocky Boomer invent the boomerang
The name of the boomerang comes from the Indigenous Australian Turuwal tribe of Aborigines who lived south of Sydney, Australia.
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