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  1. a nation occupying the whole of the Australian continent; Aboriginal tribes are thought to have migrated from southeastern Asia 20,000 years ago; first Europeans were British convicts sent there as a penal colony
  2. the smallest continent; between the South Pacific and the Indian Ocean
  3. (australian) of or relating to or characteristic of Australia or its inhabitants or its languages; "Australian deserts"; "Australian aborigines"
  4. Australia is a 1989 film directed by Jean-Jacques Andrien.
  5. Australia is a 2008 epic romance film directed by Baz Luhrmann and starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman. It is the second-highest grossing Australian film of all time, behind Crocodile Dundee. The screenplay was written by Luhrmann and screenwriter Stuart Beattie, with Ronald Harwood. ...
  6. Australia is a semi-album by German New Age band Cusco. It was released in 1993 under the Prudence Label.
  7. Australia: Aufbruch ins Abenteuer is a board game intended for two to five people. It is authored by Wolfgang Kramer and Michael Kiesling, and is published by Ravensburger. It is recommended for ages 10 and over. Australia won the GAMES Magazine Game of the Year award in 2006.
  8. Australia is the smallest of the geographic continents, though not of geological continents. There is no universally accepted definition of the word "continent"; the lay definition is "One of the main continuous bodies of land on the earth's surface." (Oxford English Dictionary). ...
  9. Cusco is a German cross-cultural new age band named after the Peruvian city of Cusco, which at one time was the capital city of the ancient Incan Empire. The band's music contains influences from music around the world, with a general emphasis on ancient South American flute sounds and melodies. ...
  10. (4. Australian) composed of the remainder of the Malay Archipelago, Australia, New Zealand and all the tropical islands of the Pacific, as far east as the Marquesas and the Low Archipelago.
  11. (Australian) dictionary of biography, ed. Douglas Pike et al. (14v. and index to date, Melbourne, 1966–    ).
  12. (Australian) soda bread made with wheat flour. These dampers are traditionally baked in the coals of a campfire ... if you are planning to include Australian Breakfast Menu for this coming weekend, here is the solution. ...
  13. Ashmore and Cartier Islands · Australian Antarctic Territory · Christmas Island · Cocos (Keeling) Islands · Coral Sea Islands · Heard Island and McDonald Islands · Norfolk Island
  14. The last decade has been boom-time for the export-driven Australian wine market. Australia produces approachable, full-flavoured and good value wines that have taken the UK market by storm. ...
  15. Similar to the U.K., with similar tastes, except the average film will earn just half as much at the box office. Also, the local film production industry isn't nearly as strong. Films tend to open in Australia and New Zealand either on the same date, or within weeks of each other.
  16. has hundreds of different recreational fish species all with different state rules and regulations. Fishing Australia has easy to follow fact sheets about our favorite fish, their habitats, what they eat, where to catch them, what the size and bag limits are and much more. ...
  17. antigen: Also written as HbsAg. Hepatitis B surface antigen, marker for current infection.
  18. Legendary lost continent, popularly believed to have been the home of a now-extinct branch of humanity known as "kangaroos. ...
  19. School-children space projects, Deep Space Command, Canberra.
  20. In 1851 Diamonds were discovered here. Australia is now a major producer of rough diamonds and is possibly the largest producer in terms of sheer volume.
  21. New South Wales: Threlkeld (Lake Macquarie Language), Sydney, 1834, 8vo. Victoria: Bunce, Melbourne, 1856, 12mo, about 2200 words. South Australia: Williams, South Australia, 1839, 8vo: Teichelmann and Schürmann, Adelaide, 1840, 8vo: Meyer, ib. 1843, 8vo. Murray River: Moorhouse, ib. 1846, 8vo. ...
  22. Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth
  23. In Australia, traditionally the 'public bar' was where only men drank, while the 'lounge bar' or 'saloon bar' was where women or men could drink (i.e. mixed drinking). ...
  24. As Australia is growing, so is its Kindred population. The Camarilla has the greatest influence here, but the Sabbat maintains a covert presence in almost every city. Both sides suffer the predations of the Werewolves that have travelled there also. ...
  25. In Australia, direct debits can be authorized when the consumer provides such an authorization to the organization that is seeking to collect payment(s). Notification to the consumer’s bank is not required.