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Of the indigenous mammalia, the only one now left of any size, which is common, is the Cervus campestris.
Graham,' said he again, five minutes after, 'we were disputing, as we came along, a question that you can readily decide for us, as it mainly regarded yourself - and, indeed, we often hold discussions about you; for some of us have nothing better to do than to talk about our neighbours' concerns, and we, the indigenous plants of the soil, have known each other so long, and talked each other over so often, that we are quite sick of that game; so that a stranger coming amongst us makes an invaluable addition to our exhausted sources of amusement.
Come Creon then, come all the mightiest In Thebes to seek me; for if ye my friends, Championed by those dread Powers indigenous, Espouse my cause; then for the State ye gain A great deliverer, for my foemen bane.
"I accord in the opinion," the naturalist calmly replied, complying literally with the opinion of the deriding Esther, by taking his seat, very coolly, by the side of an indigenous shrub; the examination of which he commenced, on the instant, in order that science might not loose any of its just and important dues.
Top officials of the UN, including Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, sounded the warning at an event to commemorate the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples in New York.
Under the theme 'Indigenous Languages of the Americas,' and in keeping with the United Nations designation of 2019 as the Year of Indigenous Languages, the OAS said it will hold, from August 5 - 9, an Art and Book Exhibition on Indigenous Peoples.
Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) and the Council of Indigenous People (CIP) worked together on the launch of the colorful train.
It must be said that there is nowhere near a unanimous view on issues of marriage and gender among Indigenous peoples.
Minister Ariel Penaranda outlined the Philippines's policies, programs and activities, including the implementation of the Philippine Indigenous Ethnographies Project.
Speaking at the 18th Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (PFII), Philippine Permanent Mission to the UN Second Secretary Maria Roseny Fangco said the country's commitment to work towards the full realization of the human rights and development of all indigenous peoples is in line with the UN Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
This paper explores success factors for the retention of Indigenous HDR students identified through findings from a National Teaching Fellowship.