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currawong

any Australian crowlike songbird of the genus Strepera, having black, grey, and white plumage: family Cracticidae
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Currawong has identified significant exploration potential for mesothermal quartz vein hosted gold and related placer-style 'deep lead' gold mineralisation at Avoca, and epithermal 'Carlin' style disseminated or sheeted vein hosted gold mineralisation at Bailieston
The grasswren and the currawong probably disappeared in the early 20th century, he says, but all of the others were alive in the 1980s.
Woolacott's Currawong Publishing Company (Sydney) in December 1941, and certainly printed by 1943 but almost certainly never issued.
We do not have much reliable information on Nathan, the biography by Olga Somech Phillips, Isaac Nathan: Friend of Byron (London: Minerva, 1940) having been superseded--and corrected--by that of his granddaughter Catherine Mackerras, The Hebrew Melodist: A Life of Isaac Nathan (Sydney: Currawong, 1963).
From Australia, the Currawong Creek 2000 had flavours of white grapefruit, with peach.
Neville, Australia's Coloured Minority: Its Place in the Community, Sydney, Currawong Publishing, 1948, p.
Hell and High Fever, David Selby, Currawong Publishing Co, 1956
The chime of currawong and bellbird, as if in exultation.
5 Mt at the Narby Currawong deposit, has another ten years of life.
After breaking out of Currawong Jail, this feathered villain has re-instated himself as the dictatorial ruler of Cassopolis, a high tech island home to lizards and birds.
The next group to recover was not so much guild-based as residency-based, with the winter resident Little Raven Corvus mellori, Pied Currawong Strepera graculina, White-browed Scrubwren Sericornis frontalis and Brown Thornbill Acanthiza pusilla all returning within the first three years, with the latter two being most noticeable on the transect.