Australian Desert

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general name given to all desert areas in Australia

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Acting as a matchmaker for the project, VRT Sandbox brought together a team of technology partners that will enable the Belgian Solar Team to produce a daily, live, multicam talk show in the middle of the Australian desert on Facebook and other streaming platforms, using a very small crew and the latest cutting-edge IP over satellite technologies and live streaming solutions.
The Hanleys have driven an estimated 250,000 kilometers (about 155,000 miles) since they started all of this back in 1998, the year they met, with trips into the Australian desert that they still make annually.
Another film in the section is "Tracks," a silver screen adaptation of Robyn Davidson's memoir of the same name which recounts his journey across the Australian desert on camels.
But mostly we're watching a woman silently walking through the Western Australian desert.
Due to his dedication over many decades, the Australian desert is now the best known archaeological region of Australia.
The seemingly haphazard juxtaposition of subjects is intentional: Horrie the Wog-Dog, war mascot of the Australian desert troops, is paired with Patrick White, Nobel Prize laureate for literature.
Simon Rodwell, secretary general for the ACLM said: "The ACLM congratulates Sam Woodhead for surviving his Australian desert ordeal, and we're grateful to him for adding another one to the long list of the many benefits of contact lens wear--although testing solutions for human consumption is not the norm.
Global and regional sources of dust are distributed in wide areas of the world, mainly the Arabian Peninsula, Sahara Desert, Mesopotamian Flood Plain, Loess Plateau of China and Australian Desert.
The Allied Combined Operations Group wanted to get at the heart of the Bzadian enterprise and the 4th Reconaissance Team (known as Angels), six specially chosen, highly trained, human teenagers, surgically altered to look like the short pointy-headed Bzadians and proficient in their language, are dropped into the Central Australian desert to infiltrate the defences of New Bzadia and discover the alien secrets.
Fortunately not all Australians are as craven and careless and many understand the simple and profound reality that rocks dug from the South Australian desert and the heart of Kakadu are now causing radioactive fallout in Japan and beyond.
According to the study, other gaffes committed by them included believing the Australian desert landmark Ayers Rock was located in England, while five percent thought Stonehenge was a foreign site.
In week that saw the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens' birth, it was a bleak house for the Australian Desert Ashes Team, writes Trevor Burt.
The story begins in the vast Australian desert, where a lone boy, Callum, aged eleven, and a lone girl, Bo, just slightly older, meet by accident.
Australia: Two men have been rescued after surviving on nuts and rainwater for four days in the remote Australian desert after their car caught fire, police said on Monday.
Some other deserts are the Sonoran in the southwestern United States, the Sahara, Monte desert in Argentina, Chihuahuan in north central Mexico and the Australian desert.
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