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Inuit

(ĭn′ū-ĭt) [Eskimo people]
People native to Arctic America.
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Inuit infants are providing a living test case for immunologists.
Inuit babies have also experienced strikingly high rates of bronchitis, pneumonia, and other infections compared to other Canadians.
His designs are based on ancient Inuit models, but with watertight compartments for greater seaworthiness.
Inuit ingenuity in developing kayaks from materials they found around them made it possible to live in the testing conditions of the Arctic.
First Canadians, Canadian Firer A National Strategy on Inuit Education (NSIE) is aimed at closing the education gap benceen Inuit etudents and other Canadian students.
Originally populated by Royal Canadian Mounted Police Officers, religious missionaries and the Hudson's Bay fur-trading company, the settlements began to expand as increasing numbers of Inuit families left life on the land to reside permanently in the newly formed communities.
The national governments in all three locales introduced programs to relocate the Inuit from their small bands roaming the tundra into permanent homes in larger towns and villages with a way of life of hunting and fishing.
Use the Inuit story as a vehicle to reconnect us all so that we can understand the people and the planet are one.
Back in time, when outsiders knew Inuit only as Eskimos, many variations of the spelling of this word existed, a common one being Esquimaux.
Nunavik Inuit eat seal and beluga whale blubber, which have high PCB concentrations.
33) Thus under the pressure of Western expectations, these Inuits are coming to believe that a child should be allowed to attain the societally expected image of their biological sex without overt parental pressure.
The Inuit don't need that kind of depersonalization, either from well-intentioned whites or officially sanctioned Aboriginal media makers.