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AcronymDefinition
ABOAbonnement (German: Subscription)
ABOAbortion
ABOAboriginal
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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Victoria has the strongest laws in the nation to protect its Aboriginal cultural heritage.
Third, Aboriginal rights are affected by treaties made both before and after Confederation.
Ideally perhaps, in order to minimise this difference, a 'two-way' school will have Aboriginal teachers teaching Aboriginal children.
In the 1960s, an increasing number of Aboriginal peoples moved to urban centres only to discover that "few jobs existed for those with only an elementary school education and little or no vocational skills or training" (McCue 1994: 386).
19 at the site of the new Aboriginal Gathering Place, an Aboriginal ground blessing was conducted, led by JIBC Elder-in-Residence Audrey Rivers from the Squamish First Nation, JIBC Elder-in-Residence Phillip Gladue (Metis), JIBC Governor Tina Dion, and Dr.
During the same period of 33 years another 1,017 Canadian Aboriginal women were known victims of homicide, or an average of about 31 each year.
Members of Aksis include Aboriginal businesses, non-Aboriginal businesses, Aboriginal students, and Aboriginal professionals such as West Energy, Marriott, APTN, Craftwood Flooring, Versa Scaffolding Systems Ltd.
Part 1, 'Behind the barriers--the background to Indigenous involvement in racing', traces the relationship between Aboriginal people and the horse.
An infamous trifecta involving offences for disorderly or offensive conduct, resisting arrest and assaulting police channelled Aboriginal people into prisons in the 1970s.
The accepted social or relational Aboriginal sense of self is usually contrasted with the individuated, self-contained 'self' which is common to the West.
Some Aboriginal students arrive on campus from rural communities or reserves and may not be completely comfortable in an unfamiliar city or university setting," said Timmons.
In addition, this paper analyzes data from Statistics Canada, which will provide a recent snapshot of the non-reserve Aboriginal population in Canada.
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