Capricornia


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Capricornia

the regions of Australia in the tropic of Capricorn
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The discussion took place either in person (Brisbane, Townsville) or via teleconference (Lotus Glen, Capricornia, Maryborough).
32) Capricornia New State Movement, booklet submitted to Constitutional Review Committee 10 July 1957, M178 9, NAA.
Oliver Simmonson, Fitzroy River Abattoir, 1974-1986: A study of the impact of external influences on the factory-floor', thesis, Capricornia Institute of Advanced Education (Central Queensland University), 1988, pp.
Turning to Australia, we find Xavier Herbert writing rather sardonically in Capricornia (1938) of the way in which the Gospel Mission makes a good profit off coconut plantations worked for free by the Reverend Theodore Hollower's Aborigine converts, who receive free Christian indoctrination in return.
Two of the better-known productions that are represented in Series 5 of the papers are Summer of the Aliens and Nowra's adaptation of Xavier Herbert's book, Capricornia, for a television mini-series.
Theatre has produced 17 plays with Aboriginal content, including the recent production of Capricornia (2006) directed by Wesley Enoch, who is also Company B's newly appointed Associate Artistic Director.
Underwater survey of coral trout Plectropomus leopardus (Serranidae) populations in the Capricornia Section of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.
Herbert's middle period begins after the publication of Capricornia (1938) and continues through an interim of years that ends only when this author turns around to write the great Australian novel that is Poorfella My Country (1975).
Aboriginal and Tortes Strait Islander student outcomes in Capricornia, Queensland: A first view of subject choice, attainment and student attitudes.
In capricornia Pleijel and Rouse, 2000 (see this description for spelling of taxon name with the initial letter in lower case), the males have a pair of large penes situated at the bases of the neuropodia of segment 9, and the females have spermathecae in the notopodia of segments 11 and 12.
In 1982, the teaching of industrial relations was a relatively straightforward matter of teaching local students in traditional tertiary education lecturing and tutoring arrangements in class rooms located on the Rockhampton campus of the then Capricornia Institute of Advanced Education.
23) Most of these novels pre-date better known fictional treatments of this issue, such as Katherine Susannah Prichard's Coonardoo (1929), Brian Penton's Landtakers (1934) and Xavier Herbert's Capricornia (1938).