Territory Stories

Ngiya puranji nguwapa



Ngiya puranji nguwapa

Other title

I like to eat


Heysen, Sue


Heysen, Sue


Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages Project; PublicationNT; E-Books




Nguiu; Wurrumiyanga


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en; Tiwi; Tiwi language N20


Narrative; crocodile; LAAL; Tiwi; Bilingual education resources; Tiwi people N20; Tiwi language N20; Tunuvivi; Diwi; Nguiu; Nimara; Wonga:k; Wongak; Woranguwe; Wunguk; Wunuk; Yeimbi; Ni mara

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Nguiu Nginingawila Literature Production Centre

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Nguiu; Bathurst Island

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cdu:32304; LAAL_ID:tw0012




Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial International 4.0 (CC BY-NC 4.0)

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