Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "aboriginal" szó használatára magyarul
Az alábbi mondatok külső forrásokból származnak és nem miden esetben ponstosak. Ennél fogva a bab.la semmilyen felelősséget vagy kötelezettséget nem vállal az itt megjelenő információkért.
EnglishNo, but I read one on how an aboriginal can kill a white man with a twig.
EnglishSome, such as Aboriginal Australians, never acquired it at all.
EnglishAny incipient farmers in Aboriginal Australia would have faced similar cycles in their own populations.
EnglishAboriginal Australians may have adopted and then abandoned bows and arrows.
EnglishWithin one century of European colonization, 40,000 years of Aboriginal traditions had been mostly swept away.
EnglishIn these two ways, independent Aboriginal societies were eliminated in all areas suitable for European food production.
EnglishStill called an aboriginal people, they were also quite isolated from mainstream Japanese society in an explicitly racist way.
EnglishHowever, it is also important for us to speak out with regard to the protection of the minorities that are the aboriginal peoples of Canada.
EnglishEmerson then told her the most recent rumors -- about an island rescue during a midnight storm, and aboriginal tool users.
Englishism in sub-Saharan Africa, scientific inquiry in China, advanced technology in Native North America, and nasty germs in Aboriginal Australia?
EnglishAmong the supposedly conservative Aboriginal Australians as well, there are receptive societies along with conservative ones.
EnglishSoon after the British settlement of Sydney in 1788, the first of the epidemics that decimated Aboriginal Australians began.
EnglishTo Aboriginal Australia, isolated from Eurasia by the water barriers of the Indonesian Archipelago, Eurasia's sole proven contribution was the dingo.
EnglishThese five groups constitute or represent all the major divisions of humanity except for Aboriginal Australians and their relatives.
EnglishEuropeans became considered genetically more intelligent than Africans, and especially more so than Aboriginal Australians.
EnglishThe Aboriginal population declined by 80 percent, from around 300,000 at the time of European settlement to a minimum of 60,000 in 1921.
English., Stone Tools as Cultural Markers (Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1977); Rhys Jones, Why did the Tasmanians stop eating fish?
EnglishFor instance, Aboriginal hunter-gatherers of northeastern Australia traded for thousands of years with farmers of the Torres Strait Islands, between Australia and New Guinea.