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Bligh

William. 1754--1817, British admiral; Governor of New South Wales (1806--9), deposed by the New South Wales Corps: as a captain, commander of HMS Bounty when the crew mutinied in 1789
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The results of the analysis of p-anisidin numbers as shown in Table 1 above shows that descriptively seen that the number of p-anisidin at concentrations of omega-3 fish oil that is extracted kite with Bligh and Dyer method is higher than using Steam and Press.
During Bligh and Dyer extractions (Bligh & Dyer 1959), the sample was added to 30 mL water, 75 mL MeOH, and 37.
Andrew Fraser, former deputy premier of Queensland, said Ms Bligh is "capable of overcoming adversity and doing so with good humour and optimism.
Bligh, a father-of-two, was jailed for three years, after pleading guilty to burglary and assault that resulted in bodily harm in Townsville District Court.
Cass Bligh has solid credentials in one of the few big races in which smaller trainers have a chance.
The deluge has caused significant distress from people who experienced last year s devastating floods, with police fielding numerous calls from anxious victims," Bligh told reporters.
Cairns seems to have escaped the worst of this storm,'' Bligh said, adding that despite power outages and debris, the city has been left in relatively good shape.
It's expected to bring with it a six-meter storm surge which will inundate most of the low lying regions and Queensland Premier Anna Bligh who has been on media conferences across national television all day urging people to leave, the window of opportunity to leave has now closed and the message to those residents who have not yet evacuated is to hunker down and hope for the best.
Bligh added: "If you are in a low-lying or waterfront area in the danger zone and beyond, you need to relocate yourself and your family to safety.
Queensland is reeling this morning from the worst natural disaster in our history and possibly in the history of our nation," said an emotional Bligh.
As dawn revealed the overnight devastation, Queensland Premier Anna Bligh said: "What I'm seeing looks more like a war zone in some places.
Tragically the police believe (the eventual toll) could be more than double that number," Anna Bligh, the Queensland state premier, told reporters.