Tassie


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Tassie

, Tassy Austral informal
1. Tasmania
2. a native or inhabitant of Tasmania
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The primary approvals that MEO relies on for the Tassie Shoal Projects are the Federal and State Government Environmental approvals under the EPBC Act.
Building on their win over the Scottish Thistles on Saturday night, 45-36, Suzy Drane's team dominated from start to finish against Tassie Spirit, who had been beaten 64-35 to the Australian Netball Centre of Excellence before recovering to beat the Scots in the quadrangular tournament.
Wales now have two further training games to play, against Scotland today and Tassie Spirit on Monday in Hobart, before heading to Sydney for their opening game in the World Cup against Fiji on August 7.
Noel Meade, trainer of Silver Tassie, Protaras and Cross Appeal Silver Tassie's jumping has been letting him down but he's in good form and has schooled well since his last run.
see ASX release 12/4/2012 - Tassie Shoal Methanol Project Expressions of Interest
As a former Tassie boy, Matt received a great cheer from the crowd on the final day of the first Test when he took the keeping gloves off to bowl the last over before tea," said Clarke.
Detective Inspector David Tassie said: "I would appeal to anyone who heard a disturbance to contact police.
Cameos made from carved gemstones were afforded by only the very rich, but in the 1760s Scot William Tassie (1777-1860) a gem engraver and cameo modeller, invented a glass paste that he used to copy important famous and ancient cameos.
As one among the handful, having experienced the recent production of The Silver Tassie by Galway's Druid Theatre Company in New York, I must concur with G.
Tassie has 20 years of experience in archaeological fieldwork and is an associate lecturer at the University of Winchester, UK.
It] wasn't that long ago I wasn't even carrying the drinks for Tassie.
On the tail of the Tassie Tiger Barry Jonsberg ($14.