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Mackellar

Dorothea. 1885--1968, Australian poet, who wrote "My Country", Australia's best known poem
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Below right, Susan MacKellar has joined Bedlington Community Centre as marketing and events coordinator
Other notable changes include the appointment of Richard Mackellar as Chairman of the Board; and Tom Foxall, who had been serving as LBT's CTO since 2009, taking on the role of Chief Scientist.
Subsequent articles examine topics that include lesser known glacial deposits of Gondwana, the chronostratigraphic resolution of paleofaunas and paleofloras in glacial and postglacial conditions, freshwater and brackish water ichnofaunas of postglacial marine transgressions, and characteristics of high-latitude post-glacial lakes in the Mackellar Formation of the Transantarctic Mountains.
Dorothea Mackellar (text) My Country Omnibus, 2010 unpaged $26.
Iain MacKellar (the owner) goes off to the Cayman Islands and resentment builds up and he does this extraordinary, and for him, quite out of character action, in taking the money.
MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan: Typographic Tastemakers of the Late Nineteenth Century.
As I will examine later, Mackellar and other supporters of the age of consent laws framed their arguments in a similar way.
Dorothea Mackellar (1885 - 1968) received the OBE for her contribution to Australian literature shortly before her death.
To help players master the art of moving on-screen objects solely through concentration, the headset will come bundled with a game, set on a magical mountain, that includes practice exercises, said Geoffrey Mackellar, EmotivEoe1/4aos research and development manager.
PC Andrew MacKellar, of Malvern, recovered pounds 20,000 within an hour of a fraud being reported - and he then identified that the offenders were operating in the Metropolitan Police area.
Branch Secretary Prue Mackellar said members were happy their claim had finally been upheld.