Aborigines

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Aborigine is a generic term for the indigenous people of a certain land. However, these people are normally known by the name they call themselves, for example Inuit, Ainu, Māori. In Australia, when the majority of indigenous peoples are referred to as a group, the term "Aborigines" or "Aboriginal people" is used. However Australian Aborigines does not include the Torres Strait Islanders, another group of indigenous Australians.

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