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  • Western Australia (led by Curtin University) Queensland (led by Queensland University of Technology) New South Wales & Australian Capital Territory (led
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  • is post-graduate research students and academic staff in the Australian Capital Territory who are in the early stages of developing survey-based research
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  • is post-graduate research students and academic staff in the Australian Capital Territory who are in the early stages of developing survey-based research
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  • Wollongong University of Newcastle Charles Sturt University Australian Capital Territory Charles Sturt University University of Canberra Estonian Academy
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  • South Australia, Western Australia, and Tasmania) and two territory parliaments, The Northern Territory and The Australian Capital Territory. The Federal
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  • is post-graduate research students and academic staff in the Australian Capital Territory who are in the early stages of developing survey-based research
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  • gambling (Ladd & Petry, 2002). Research suggests that, in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), only a small proportion of gamblers (21%) seek help for
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  • or through the Australian Constitution. It can also implement a State Bill of Rights, as Victoria and the Australian Capital Territory have done, through
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  • university is likely to remain over the medium term the sole Australian Capital Territory (ACT) provider of publicly funded preparatory and other access
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  • Kyrgystan. Prevention and Policy, 21(3), 205-210. Australian Bureau of Statistics 2002, Australian Capital Territory in focus 2002, cat. no. 1307.8, ABS, Canberra
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  • T. Millet, B. & Boyle, M., (2014), Organizational behaviour, Pearson, Australia. Shaw, C., (2012) Emotional Labour; employees and customer experience
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  • Mattersafterdeath/Pages/Willsandrelatedmatters.aspx  Wills, Australian Capital Territory Public Trustee, http://www.publictrustee.act.gov
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  • Professional Development Committee, University of Canberra, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. West, D & McCormack, C (2003) ‘Women’s Group Mentoring Programs:
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  • centrally located in the Australian Capital Territory and close to all the public sector and national institutions in the capital; Our People: We have a
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  • interviews with Australia’s first Paralympians. All three are members of the Australian Capital Territory Chapter of the Australian Society of Sports
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  • McConvell (1990). "The linguistic prehistory of Australia: Opportunity for dialogue with archaeology". Australian Archaeology (31): 3-27. http://www.library
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  • important compound in Majapahit capital.The Singhasari and Majapahit kingdoms both rose in eastern Java and assumed the territory of Srivijaya[citation needed]
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  • Flinders University (category Australian universities)
    Centre. The Australian Science and Mathematics School, the result of a partnership between Flinders University and the South Australian Government, and
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  • population, a basis or ‘criteria for dominance’, and a country, region, territory, or the like (of the dominant group). But, because this form of the definition
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  • McConvell (1990). "The linguistic prehistory of Australia: Opportunity for dialogue with archaeology". Australian Archaeology (31): 3-27. http://www.library
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