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80) If race was not rendered invisible in the manner Razack suggests--if the social relations that situated Aboriginal bodies in particular in a vulnerable positionality vis-a-vis Pickton were recognized--the Aboriginally of these women would be at least as cogent and important an aspect of the similar fact analysis as was their relationship to drugs.
However, because of the fairly recent creation of Nunavut and its grant of semia-utonomy as a distinct, aboriginally administered federal territory, the regulatory environment in most of the Canadian Arctic is quite complicated.
In the section entitled "Belief in God--Religion," he asserts, "There is no evidence that man was aboriginally endowed with the ennobling belief in the existence of an Omnipotent God.
73) The erasing of Aboriginally from the prairies was not evidence of ignorance of their presence historically and otherwise.
Gottschall reminds us that "anthropology has revealed no aboriginally peaceful peoples, much less the prelapsarian world of primitive harmony envisioned by Rousseau and his many followers" (41).
Psalms 8:3-4, NIV 1995) By contrast, the renowned 19th century naturalist and preeminent evolutionist Charles Darwin renders a different view, "Man may be excused for feeling some pride at having risen, though not through his own exertions, to the very summit of the organic scale; and the fact of his having thus risen, instead of having been aboriginally placed there, may give him hope for a still higher destiny in the distant future.
Theology is accorded the same fate as other symbolic forms of cultural expression of being denied any cognitive or truth-bearing capacity; indeed all symbolic production is regarded as aboriginally a theological deception, founded in the reification of nature through animism.
The government settled when Gramly agreed not to excavate any Native American archeological site in the state of New York without the consent of the lineal descendant, culturally affiliated Indian tribe, or Indian tribe that aboriginally occupied the land on which the site was located.
Aboriginally logged trees, used to manufacture canoes, house posts and totem poles, are also considered CMTs.
Initiation journeys and the movement of large numbers of people occur most frequently on the Aboriginally controlled lands between Warburton and Indulkana, well hidden from public view.
focus on middle-class home life; appeal massively to their readers' tenderest emotions; deal in types rather than psychologically individuated characters; write with evangelical ends in mind; and compulsively chronicle the improbable career of a pious, nubile, aboriginally middle-class but temporarily declassee white American girl whose exemplary fortitude under a storm of adversities is rewarded with a spouse, solvency, and salvation.