In the lead up to NAIDOC Week 2015, the Indigenous Services team of the State Library of NSW will be posting an Indigenous ‘word of the week’ from collection material available on the Rediscovering Indigenous Languages Website. This year the NAIDOC Week theme is ‘We all Stand on Sacred Ground: Learn, Respect and Celebrate’. It encourages people to find out more about their local community, and the traditional names for places, rivers and mountains in their area. The State Library’s collections hold significant historical materials that record Aboriginal place names and meanings across Australia.
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It is important to note that these records were written in most cases about Aboriginal languages by non - Aboriginal people. For this reason, the written words may not accurately reflect the ways in which an oral language was spoken and transmitted.
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Pairing: Isaac / Scott + Derek / Stiles + Erica / Boyd
Length: 53,714 Words; 9 Chapters
Summary: Martin & Hale is a very reputed New-York Law firm. The right hand of the managing partner Derek Hale is one quiet, proud and secretly hurt Isaac Lahey who is a damn good lawyer, has sarcasm for second language and basically lives for his job. Until the firm co-manager Lydia Martin hires family friend Scott McCall and of course it falls on Isaac to baby-sit the newcomer. A lot of puppy eyes, inapropriate thoughts and coffee bribing ensue.