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We’ve got many, many Indigenous peoples and cultures who have lived here, as they say, since time immemorial.
Lee was apparently unaware that the nominee’s Pueblo relatives are among the tribes that consider Bears Ears a sacred place, tracing their connections to the land to time immemorial.
WHY SENATE REPUBLICANS FEAR DEB HAALANDJULIAN BRAVE NOISECATFEBRUARY 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The tobacco plant seems to have been cultivated in Mexico from time immemorial.
He permitted a plurality of wives, conforming in this point to the immemorial usage of the orientals.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
Mrs. Jordan delivered herself of various immemorial sentiments which met the usual applause.
Hence the apron, which is a Masonic emblem, has from time immemorial been the covering of shame.
DEVIL-WORSHIP IN FRANCEARTHUR EDWARD WAITE
She wrote one charming book after another, at astonishingly short intervals, with every appearance of immemorial ease.
THE CREATORSMAY SINCLAIR
From immemorial times she had been the pivot of every Continental coalition against France.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
The use of the Santa F trail dates from time immemorial, but for purposes of trade was long precarious.
Two famous springs at modern Hit, on the Euphrates, have been drawn upon from time immemorial.

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