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outstation

1. a station or post in a remote region
2. Austral a station set up independently of the head station of a large sheep or cattle farm
3. outstation movement Austral the programme to resettle native Australians on their tribal lands
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This means that a user, such as a utility, can purchase master station and outstation computing equipment from any manufacturer and be assured that they will reliably communicate with each other.
This book reports an ambitious and complex project--the tracing of shifts and changes in the social imaginaries of Arrernte people through three successive periods of their history: from (i) hunter-gatherer times [imanke] to (ii) 'mission times' at Finke River and then (iii) on into the current era of welfare dependency, available alcohol and drugs, land rights and the outstation movement.
With regards to outstations where consular teams used to visit periodically for rendering consular and passport services, all the three outsourcing firms will have their collection center at these places and their addresses will be made available on their websites.
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Archaeological evidence of the post-contact era includes pastoral activity areas (work sites, outstations, station improvements such as bores and fences) and more permanent settlements (such as the head station at Strangways Springs).
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To create NHS "outstations" will require the purchase of buildings, more expensive and duplication of equipment, more teams of high paid management and further staff to man this crazy idea?