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Narratives from the north-west of Western Australia in the Ngarluma and Jindjiparndi languages

Brandenstein, Carl Georg Freiherr von

Narratives from the north-west of Western Australia in the Ngarluma and Jindjiparndi languages

by Brandenstein, Carl Georg Freiherr von

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Published by Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies in Canberra .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ngarluma language -- Texts,
  • Jindjibandji language -- Texts

  • Edition Notes

    Statementnarrated by R. Churnside [and others] ; compiled by C. G. von Brandenstein.
    SeriesAustralian Aboriginal studies ;, no. 35, Linguistic series ;, no. 14
    ContributionsChurnside, R.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDU120 .A8 no. 35, PL7101.N48 .A8 no. 35
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v. (xvi, 448 p.) and
    Number of Pages448
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5337474M
    ISBN 100855750065
    LC Control Number72190860
    OCLC/WorldCa570817

    Narratives from the North-West of Western Australia in the Ngarluma and Jindjiparndi languages. Canberra: AIAS. 4 Brandenstein, Carl Georg von & Anthony P. Thomas, , Taruru: Aboriginal song poetry from the Pilbara. Adelaide: Rigby. Narratives from the North-West of Western Australian in the Ngarluma and Jindjiparndi languages, Volume One Canberra: AIAS Brandenstein C G von Narratives from the northwest of Western Australia in the Ngarluma and Jindgiparndi languages Canberra AIAS Brandenstein C G von Narratives from the Northwest of.

    Ngarluma Aboriginal Corporation heritage officer Richard Walker said giving the helicopters Ngarluma names benefited all parties. “From a Ngarluma perspective, (Woodside) has shown the wider community that it’s important to engage and speak with the traditional owners and get their involvement, because it is a win-win,” he said. compared – “the two languages are different for structure, verbal concept and origin; Pandjima belongs to Ngarluma, Njijapali to the WD [Western Desert] group. The two are Australian relatives no more than English and Latin (in Europe) of Persian, Turkish and Arabic (in the Middle East)” as I pointed out in Part I of the Narratives (p.

    "State" "State" means the State of Western Australia. "Trust""Trust" means the Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi Foundat ion Trust. "Woodside""Woodside" means Woodside Energy Ltd (ACN 9 86) which is the operator of the North West Shelf Gas Project. Narratives from the North‐West of Western Australia in the Ngarluma and Jindjiparndi Languages. Volume One: Narratives 1– Volume Two: Narratives 37– Volume Three: Glossary, Index, Record. C. G. VON BRANDENSTEIN KENNETH HALE; Pages: ; First Published: December


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Canberra, ASEDA Document # () Google Scholar 6. Ngarluma is one of the main languages spoken in Roebourne and surrounding towns of the Pilbara region, Western Australia. The name of the language has sometimes been spelt as Ngalooma, Gnalluma, Gnalooma, or Ngaluma.

Classification of Ngarluma Ngarluma is included in the Ngayarda subgroup of Pama-Nyungan identified and is. Von Brandenstein, C.G.: Wordlist from Narratives from the north-west of Western Australia in the Ngarluma and Jindjiparndi languages.

In: ASEDA Document #, Canberra () Google Scholar Guarino, N., Giaretta, P.: Ontologies and Knowledge Bases: Towards a Termterminological Clarification. Ngarluma Aboriginal Corporation Constitution 1 CONSTITUTION 1. NAME AND NATURE OF THE CORPORATION (a) The name of the Corporation is Ngarluma Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC (ICN: ).

(b) The Corporation is an Aboriginal Corporation registered under the Act. DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION Definitions In this Constitution: Aboriginal persons or. Ngarluma Aboriginal Corporation.

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