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  • Amto-Musan (2) Andamanese (14) Arafundi (3) Arai (Left May) (6) Arauan (5) Australian (378) Austro-Asiatic (170) Austronesian (1257) Aymaran (3) Barbacoan (4)
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  • a hazard to everything in their paths. They can bury or burn homes and roads, ruin farmland for generations, and transform glaciers into muddy landslides
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  • 118). Driving on unfamiliar roads to get to a destination would be perceived as more complex than driving on a familiar road, such as trip from home to
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  • Wales was a period when Sydney was improved from its basic beginnings. Roads, bridges, wharves and public buildings were constructed by British and Irish
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  • adolescent population (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2008), particularly males (Yates, 1992). Approximately 31% of fatalities on the roads were made-up of
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  • a hazard to everything in their paths. They can bury or burn homes and roads, ruin farmland for generations, and transform glaciers into muddy landslides
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  • ICAU1131A - Operate a database application (category Australian Vocational Education and Training)
    IT Foundation units and is a prerequisite for most IT certificates in Australia. After learning and applying the skills required by this unit you'll
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  • but without the rest of the industry could not function. Infrastructure Roads Airports Communications Public Toilets Signs Manufacturing Building Industry
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  • Promoting Multilingual Education: Including the Excluded". 920 Sukhumvit Road, Prakanong, Bangkok 10110. Thailand: United Nations Educational, Scientific
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  • setting for films and videos." "The striking orange-red colored southern Australian coast contrasts against the deep sapphire-blue waters of the Southern
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  • a hazard to everything in their paths. They can bury or burn homes and roads, ruin farmland for generations, and transform glaciers into muddy landslides
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  • Golden Grove area, Murchison Province, Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia". Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 45 (4): 571-7. doi:10.1080/08120099808728413
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  • University of British Columbia Undertaking Action Research: Negotiating the Road Ahead An article from Social Research Update by Colin Todhunter in the Autumn
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  • international competitions. CUT TO racing footage of Elite (or other Australian elites) competing internationally or in recent national events. PRESENTER
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  • 2010). In a focus group study of first- and third-year students in an Australian university, Gullifer and Tyson (2010) found students expressed a great
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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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  • 2003). "The battle for Seattle: protest and popular geopolitics in The Australian newspaper". Political Geography 22 (2): 211-32. doi:10.1016/S0962-6298(02)00090-2
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  • 'Built' includes roads, walls, buildings, constructions (White et al., 2010) "human-made" scenes include city skylines, bridges, road systems, houses (Purcell
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  • means to you "People take different roads seeking happiness and fulfilment. Just because they're not on your road, doesn't mean they've gotten lost" -
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  • year Dr Cook, had placed his first Australian trained dog Beau with its owner Elsie Mead (Guide dogs Western Australia, 2011). AAT is a therapy that uses
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