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Just after the capture, an aborigine told his tribe that his death was at hand.
THE HISTORY OF TASMANIA , VOLUME II (OF 2)JOHN WEST
The untutored aborigine made a simple expression of a clear idea, and created beauty.
DEATHWORLDHARRY HARRISON
She is a girl from the neighborhood; that terrible aborigine Evelyn picked her up.
A VERY NAUGHTY GIRLL. T. MEADE
They knocked off supper, and all but the aborigine knew what it meant sometimes to go hungry to bed.
THE MAGNETIC NORTHELIZABETH ROBINS (C. E. RAIMOND)
How that untutored Northwest aborigine ever took unto herself this Broadway chorus-girl name, Heaven only knows!
THE PRAIRIE WIFEARTHUR STRINGER
The lady aborigine of the golden voice, and the ugly husband of the peaked chin had a strange fascination for me.
DAWN O'HARA, THE GIRL WHO LAUGHEDEDNA FERBER
One aborigine had been wont to emphasize his after-dinner arguments with a toothpick brandished fiercely between thumb and finger.
DAWN O'HARA, THE GIRL WHO LAUGHEDEDNA FERBER
The noble aborigine had come to the conclusion that discretion was the better part of valor.
ADRIFT IN THE WILDSEDWARD S. ELLIS
So in Porto Rico: not a man is to be found there to-day who is a pure-blooded aborigine.
MYTHS & LEGENDS OF OUR NEW POSSESSIONS & PROTECTORATECHARLES M. SKINNER
Myall: An Aborigine living according to tradition; wild; any of several types of wattle trees (genus Acacia).
SALTBUSH BILL, J.P., AND OTHER VERSESA. B. PATERSON

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