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as our bus driver Nigel, an immigrant from East Timor who moved to Australia 40 years ago, explained, Melbournians do their shopping only on Fridays because most of them get paid every Thursday.
But Gothic architecture was not the only means by which Melbournians in the 1860s witnessed reconstructions of the Middle Ages.
Australia's world champion Carol Owens, a Melbournian like Fitz-Gerald, becomes the event favourite and first faces Campion.
It is very unlikely, for instance, that Sydney's clubs would have had the same level of influence on the blue-blood Melbournian Robert Menzies, as they did on NSW Labor through its suburban machine.
The people of Melbourne, Australia, did something typically Melbournian for their city's 150th anniversary:
A Melbournian who undertakes considerable travel in his duties as a crewperson, Morrow was called up again for to accept his award.
Chester are delighted to learn that the popular Melbournian, who has scored more than 500 runs and taken 50 wickets, will be returning in 2007 to boost their Premiership hopes.
Russian-born Melbournian Novikova, making her feature debut, is delightful as the fun-loving immigrant whose big hair, micro-dresses and general air of bimbosity belie a decidedly non-golddiggerish yearning for committed wedlock.
Melbournian all-rounder Heath Pritchard, with 394 runs and 40 wickets, will be aiming to add to his growing reputation when Division One leaders Chester Boughton Hall visit bottom of the table Cheadle Hulme.
Tattenhall were bundled out for 60, Melbournian Manser taking 5-35 to become the league's leading wicket-taker with 40 victims.
An interesting highlight should be the clash of two of the league's best Australian players,Oxton leg-spinner Rob Stafford (34 wickets)and Oulton's young Melbournian Andy Kent (525 runs).
Both clubs have top-quality Australian grade batsmen in their line-ups,Oulton's choice being Australia under-19s star Andy Kent, whileMacclesfield are benefitting from the skills of Melbournian Mike Allen, who has played for Victoria A.
A Melbournian, Landry made a cracking start in a seven-wickets win against Heaton Mersey with an unbeaten 70.