Nhaltjana walal ŋuli ḻukanha gapu dhukunmirr
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Using grass and hollow stems for getting clean water, and getting fresh water at high tide.
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Yol?u Matha [multiple languages]; Yolngu Matha language N230
Instruction; culture; LAAL; Yolŋu Matha [multiple languages]; Bilingual education resources; Yolngu people N230; Yolngu Matha language N230; Murngin; Wulamba; Yalnumata; Yuulngu; Yulngu; Miwoit; Miwatj
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