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We have come now out of mere vagueness to the definite conception of an Australian from Ballarat with a grey cloak.
It was his little rock of safety in the midst of a surging ocean of West Australian sheep.
You see I landed on a stretcher--most pathetic case--old Australian without a friend in old country--ordered Engadine as last chance--no go--not an earthly--sentimental wish to die in London--that's the history of Mr.
You see, there are two or three of me now, Bunny: one's at the bottom of the Mediterranean, and one's an old Australian desirous of dying in the old country, but in no immediate danger of dying anywhere.
Of course the superficial, on reflection," said Flambeau, "would think first of this Australian brother who's been in trouble before, who's come back so suddenly and who's just the man to have shabby confederates.
The Australian chap did know that Hawker wanted the coin.
The captain of an Australian vessel, being in distress for men in these remote seas, had put into Nukuheva in order to recruit his ship's company; but not a single man was to be obtained; and the barque was about to get under weigh, when she was boarded by Karakoee, who informed the disappointed Englishman that an American sailor was detained by the savages in the neighbouring bay of Typee; and he offered, if supplied with suitable articles of traffic, to undertake his release.
I am an Australian, and, as we have to move about fast, we are all trained to farriery and such mechanics as come into travel-- I am quite at your service.
And there's another fellow - Parry - an Australian, a statistician and a sporting encyclopaedia.
Police believe Alqudsi is one of several Australians running sophisticated, expensive and illegal schemes to send young Australian men to Syria to fight with terrorists.
Voting opened for up to 25,000 Australians in the UAE at 8am and closed at 2pm (local time).
For non-Indigenous Australians, $5,437 was spent per person,' said AIHW spokesperson Teresa Dickinson.
However, this book goes a step further in the 'exploration' of the most recent literature written by Australians.
According to Australian Attorney General Philip Ruddock (23 JUN 2006): "Australians can be confident that the Government is doing everything it can do to prevent the possibility of a terrorist attack.
He told ABC News that AMWU is "calling on [Prime Minister] John Howard to say quite clearly that the jobs should stay in Australia because we depend on Qantas for our transport, for our defense and in case of emergency when Australians are in trouble overseas.
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