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List of Australian Aboriginal group names

This list of Australian Aboriginal group names includes names and collective designations which have been applied, either or in the past, to groups of Aboriginal Australians. The list does not include Torres Strait Islander peoples, who are ethnically and linguistically distinct from Australian Aboriginal peoples. Aboriginal Australian mobs are differentiated by language groups. Most Aboriginal people could name a number of groups of which they are members, each group being defined in terms of different criteria and with much overlap. Many of the names listed below are properly understood as dialect names. Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Return to top of page Australian frontier wars Indigenous peoples of Australia Languages confirmed by AIATSIS ^ This name is one of the names used on the used Aboriginal Australia Map, David Horton, 1994 published in The Encyclopedia of Aboriginal Australia by AIATSIS.

Early versions of the map divided Australia into 18 regions. ^ This name is the main name used in Norman Tindale's Catalogue of Australian Aboriginal Tribes. Each has a separate article under the name listed there, alternative names are listed. In most cases the name in the left column "Group name" is the main name used by Tindale. Aboriginal Culture "About us". Australian Tribes Australia DNA. − List of the 716 Individual Tribal Groups identified throughout Australia... reproduced with permission, George William Helon's Aborignal Australia: Register of Tribe, Horde, Linguistic Group, Language Names and AIATSIS Language Codes - Including Synonyms and Approximate Locations AustLang database of Australian languages Ausanthrop.net Norman B. Tindale's Tribal map AIATSIS map showing the locations of the various groups Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner Social Justice Reports 1994-2009 Native Title Reports 1994-2009

Union dividend

The Union dividend is a term used by British unionists to describe the financial benefits which they believe that Scotland and Northern Ireland derive from being parts of the United Kingdom. Politicians who advocate the existence of a Union dividend include Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, Jim Murphy, Ian Davidson, Jack McConnell, Wendy Alexander, Iain Gray and Jackie Baillie. In May 2014, the UK Government said in an analysis paper that there was a "UK dividend" worth £1,400 to each person in Scotland; this estimate was based upon there being higher public spending in Scotland. The Scottish Government said that Scots would be £1,000 better off by 2030 if Scotland became an independent state, due to greater productivity and higher tax revenues; the difference between the two figures was due to differing forecasts of revenue from North Sea oil. Barnett formula Block grant Calman Commission Economy of Scotland Economy of Wales Economy of Northern Ireland Fiscal autonomy for Scotland Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland Scottish Consolidated Fund

Flinch (band)

Flinch is glam rock band from Tampere, Finland formed in 2003. Mikko Häkkilä Olli Laukkanen Tuukka Hänninen Juuso Valkeala. Ville Liimatainen The band released their debut single "Tuulet" in 2005, where it reached number 2 on the Finnish music charts, their follow-up single "Liikaa" was released in early 2006 and reached number 2. The band's debut album, was released in 2006 and reached number 17 on the Finnish album charts. In early 2007 there was a significant change in lineup, front man Liimatainen became the only remaining original member. Commenting on the split, Liimatainen stated that "that group arrived to a point where there was no other choice than splitting; the former band members wanted to do other things. Despite the changes inside the band, fans have remained faithful. Feedback up to now has been positive". On April 9, 2008 the band released their second album Irrallaan, it was produced by Liimatainen's elder brother and frontman of the band Negative. Tuulet Liikaa Taivas Tähtiverhoineen 1986 Liikaa Taivas tähtiverhoineen Official site Flinch.net.ms