austral


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austral

1
of or coming from the south

austral

2
a former monetary unit of Argentina equal to 100 centavos, replaced by the peso

austral

[′ȯs·trəl]
(geodesy)
Pertaining to south.
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Why does freshwater input appear to benefit larval growth rate in austral hake from this region?
The three TDF Concessions, comprising a total of 489,000 gross acres, are entirely located within Argentine territory on the southern extension of the Austral basin on the island of Tierra del Fuego.
Air Austral announced an order for two 787-8 Dreamliners in 2015.
Air Austral now also offers customers 40 European destinations via Paris-Charles de Gaulle on codeshare flights operated by Air France.
Bearwood-based Austral Ryley was established in 1932 and serves many clients in the local community and services businesses across many sectors.
Gary Ashmore, senior partner at Austral Ryley, which was established in 1932, and all members of staff transferred over to JW Hinks on September 1.
According to the contract, Origin has acquired a 51 percent interest in Xstrata Copper's Energia Austral hydroelectric development company in Chile, while Xstrata Copper will retain a 49 percent stake.
Energia Austral, owned by global miner Xstrata Copper and Australia's biggest energy retailer, Origin Energy, sees its Chilean hydroelectric power projects and transmission line requiring capital expenditures of up to $3.6 billion, company executives told Reuters in an interview.