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Synonyms for antipodean

Synonyms for antipodean

relating to the antipodes or situated at opposite sides of the earth


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Two of them hadn't taken the Antipodean Studies test yet came through with flying colours, while the oldest lad in the class continues to set a fine example with his industry and attitude.
The crisis of antipodean Fordism represents the decline of a structured totality with a range of economic, political and cultural dimensions.
The second solo album from Antipodean songstress Julia attempts to forensically tackle relationships and emotional attachment.
An antipodean reader writes to Eye to bemoan the flagrant misuse of the term "engineer" in the Australian press.
The inaugural international Origin match at Headingley pits England against the cream of Antipodean talent reared in Australia's National Rugby League who are currently plying their trade in Super League.
Needless to say, our Antipodean cousins find it less than amusing
Live global news has brought some of the horrors of this natural disaster to our television screens and one must feel for our antipodean cousins and offer any assistance that we can.
Melbourne, Nov 21 (ANI): A trip Down Under has made Jamiroquai frontman Jay Kay desperate enough to meet some 'luscious antipodean ladies'.
Monday, August 9 Brampton and District Flower Club, demonstration, Antipodean Adventure, by Ann Hinde of Ormskirk, Village Hall, Newtown, 7.
BORO'S Antipodean quartet have all been named in their countries' World Cup squads.
The couple performed a song for fellow Antipodean Simon Baker, to the tune of Down Under by Men at Work.
Summary: The dollar was broadly higher in the Asian session except against the JPY, with the dollar strength led by the antipodean currencies after RBNZ Bollard.
The point our adopted antipodean seems to be missing is that Australia is their country and it has been stolen from them.
Historians, social scientists, journalists, and novelists explore perspectives of Irish and Scottish republicans overseas, the British labor and socialist movement, the French press, and antipodean Irish Catholics.
There are two presenters, one with an antipodean accent, the other with a very plummy English accent the likes of which I have not heard for a number of years.