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ABOAbonnement (German: Subscription)
ABOAccumulated Benefit Obligation (pension plan accounting)
ABOAccumulated Benefit Obligation
ABOAmerican Board of Ophthalmology
ABOAmerican Board of Opticianry (Springfield, VA)
ABOAmerican Board of Orthodontics
ABOAssociated Builders and Owners
ABOAmerican Board of Otolaryngology
ABOAssociation of British Orchestras
ABOAmsterdam Baroque Orchestra
ABOAlaska Bird Observatory
ABOAviators Breathing Oxygen
ABOArmy Budget Office
ABOAir Base Operability
ABOAmerican Board of Opticians
ABOAgents of Biological Origin
ABOAccelerated Bookbuilt Offering (investing)
ABOAutomated Box Office (American Multi-Cinema, Inc.)
ABOAdmin Base Objects (Microsoft IIS)
ABOAir-Breathing Organ (fish biology)
ABOAssociation des Bibliotechniciens de l'Ontario
ABOAntibodies Blood Group
ABOAtlanta Baroque Orchestra (Atlanta, Georgia)
ABOAdiabatic Born-Oppenheimer
ABOAnnular Beam Oscillator
ABOArbitration Out
ABOAirborne Order
ABOAdvanced Byte-Oriented
ABOAbsent Bed Occupancy
ABOAsociación Benedictina Olivetana Centro Educacional (Olivetana Benedictine Association Educational Center, Guatemala)
ABOAntibonding Bond Orbital
ABOAcross Border Operations
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The 'related' Aboriginal sense of self I describe can be associated with this approach.
The Aboriginal advisory circle, put together this past June, consists of 27 U of R faculty and staff of Aboriginal ancestry.
Factors that lead to Aboriginal persons being charged with criminal offences may be exacerbated by circumstances in the courtroom: inadequate or no legal representation, and often, a tendency on the part of an Aboriginal accused to consider him or herself guilty only because of the charge.
The nurse positions will comprise six AiNs, four cadetships in nursing and the recruitment of 10 Aboriginal people who are already nurses.
Every Australian-born patient who presents to a Victorian hospital is asked whether they are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander (DHS 2007).
With colonization came the systematic denigration of the value of gendered Aboriginal identity and the delicate balance that existed among genders, including two-spirited.
According to Turner, to be a peace pipe a proposal must accommodate Aboriginal peoples' own understandings of their rights (hereafter, 'indigenous rights').
Sapers says that it is well documented that Aboriginal people are over represented in Canada's prisons but the "disparities between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal offenders are not as well known and should be addressed on an urgent basis.
Delegates to the International Indigenous People's Satellite Conference also lamented what they said was a lack of research on how HIV/AIDS has affected aboriginal communities worldwide as well as the stigma faced by those afflicted with the disease.
For the past 40 years or so aboriginal relations have been an important part of the Canadian policy agenda.
In the 1970s the state government introduced resettlement which brought indigenous people from all over the west of NSW from diverse Aboriginal nations.
The report, which bases many of its findings on a general social survey conducted in 2004, showed that the risk of becoming a victim of violence was highest among Aboriginal youth, with individuals between the ages of 15 and 34 nearly two-and-a-half times more likely to be victims than individuals over the age of 34.
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