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walkabout

1. a periodic nomadic excursion into the Australian bush made by a native Australian
2. go walkabout Austral to wander through the bush
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She wanted to say hello to the crowds 6 and the walkabout was born," the narrator of the documentary said.
Wong said her campaign team were still trying to arrange as many walkabouts during the 21-day campaign period to reach out to people on the new logo usage.
He added: "The two Apres bars were sold in an off-market deal to Intertain as we recognised they would be an ideal fit for their new style Walkabouts.
Incidentally, last year seven members of the Royal family went on walkabouts home and abroad to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee and it cost the taxpayers nearly PS959,000 for their travelling expenses.
RESIDENTS of two estates in Coventry can highlight any concerns about everything from anti-social behaviour to fly-tipping with a walkabout next week.
CHILDREN joined police officers on an estate walkabout to learn more about their neighbourhood.
THE GIANTS players were set to take their 'walkabout' at Wembley this lunchtime - it is to be hoped they have taken their flip-flops.
IT'S the Fourth NPower Ashes Test and the Daily Mirror has teamed up with Walkabout and Cockspur Rum, the official spirit of English Test match grounds, to offer every reader a free cocktail!
The two previous public walkabouts I have referred to were not attended by my two ward colleagues Barry Coppinger and Javid Ismail - I understand they had other working commitments.
The Gulf Coast WalkAbout program began after Jim Kielsmeier, president and CEO of the St.
The actor began his walkabouts in 1999 with then-wife Nicole Kidman at the UK premiere of Eyes Wide Shut.
Most of the walkabouts focus on mill villages and the Blackstone River and Canal.