EORA


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EORAElderly-Onset Rheumatoid Arthritis
EORAEastern Outdoor Reps Association (Asheville, NC)
EORAEastern Oregon Rural Alliance
EORAExplosive Ordnance Reconnaissance Agent
EORAExplosive Ordnance Reconnaissance Agency
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22) See the different significances of red for Eora people in Grace Karskens, 'Red Coat, Blue Jacket, Black Skin: Aboriginal Men and Clothing in Early New South Wales', Aboriginal History 35, 2011, 1-36, esp.
In addition, the methotrexate doses are also lower in patients with LORA while the rate of discontinuation of this drug is higher in EORA patients.
Her approach to music as a cultural context for education has developed over many years from presenting her own Indonesian music performance and workshops to teaching at the SIT Eora Centre.
He has taught music business at a number of institutions across Australia including the Sydney Institute of TAFE Ultimo, EORA College, and JMC Academy in Sydney and Melbourne.
In recent times, Dharawal has been the most commonly used appellation for the tribal affiliation of La Perouse ('Dharawal land' and 'Dharawal people'); however, some Kooris in La Perouse also claim affiliation with the Eora nation (Sydney area) and the Yuin people (further south toward Bateman's Bay) and sometimes individuals further identify them selves as Gweagal or WodiWodi.
In short: Bennelong walked in two worlds, and was decisive in convincing the Eora people to 'come in' to the settlement in 1790.
23) It is correct that the local Eora people "came in" to the colony at this time (a phrase used to describe a short period distinguished by a mixing of black and white).
The sketch map listed Menari, Seventh Day Adventists Ridge (generally referred to as Mission Ridge), Efogi, Kagi, Templeton's Crossing, Eora Creek, Alola, Isuarava, Deneki and Kokoda.
The book is illustrated with b&w and color photos and historical illustrations, and includes a glossary of Eora, Darug, Dharawal, and Gandangara words.
In the early nineteenth century, however, Eora disappears from use and a term of similar meaning, Koorie, takes its place.
The centre's name, Benelong's Haven, derives from Woollarawarre Benelong, an Eora man with a dependence on alcohol, developed in conjunction with his intra- and inter-cultural experiencing of conflicts, search for meanings of 'identity' and sense of self.