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Inuit

(ĭn′ū-ĭt) [Eskimo people]
People native to Arctic America.
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4) Moreover, the respective testimonies of climate crisis-induced cultural-destitution will indisputably establish that both the indigenous senses of self and significance of the Inuit people are endangered because the intricate interconnection between place, identity and connotation has been disrupted.
This is also the case for roughly 78 and 84 percent of Indian and Inuit people respectively.
His efforts, along with those of his brothers in introducing reindeer (the domesticated version of caribou) into the high Arctic as a potential source of future income for Inuit peoples, are traced up to 1936.
He's now turned his hand to mining and employs Inuit people struggling to find work.
Not being able to meet the Inuit people left us extremely disappointed but we were aware that 'safety comes first'.
Of course, it is highly unlikely that the Thule Inuit people of Greenland will experience a collective community movement to return to traditional ways, if that were even possible.
1077) investigated whether blood mercury levels are linked to decreased plasma PONl activities in Inuit people who are highly exposed to MeHg through their seafood-based diet (n = 899).
The Canadian origin also adds a unique feature to the exhibit stations: You choose which language you want, English, French or Inuktitut, the language of the Inuit people who inhabit the Arctic regions.
And it's the Inuit people of the Arctic who truly personify that dilemma (page 18).
We also see the lengths the Inuit people of Canada go to catch mussels, and we witness the desperate race against the tide to catch shellfish before the sea rushes in to claim them back.
Somehow, PETA has demolished the livelihood of thousands of Inuit people with the help of Paris Hilton.
The Inuit people have been known by what other name?