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"The wind carries the moisture right up high into the atmosphere, and we get the feeling that maybe it's going to rain, and that makes us feel happy. And so we are sitting there and suddenly we feel a cool breeze. This indicates to us that the rain is on its way. Then the dhimurru wind arrives from the east bringing rain. This is the giver of life to the plants."



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Last Updated 13 January, 2012

Dhimurru Aboriginal Corporation PO Box 1551 Nhulunbuy NT 0881 Australia
Phone: 08 8939 2700 Fax: 08 8987 3224 AH: 0488 436 106

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