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billabong

Austral
1. a backwater channel that forms a lagoon or pool
2. a branch of a river running to a dead end
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Jeff Streader, Chief Operating Officer at Billabong said, We are deeply committed to strengthening our supplier relationships through process automation and greater collaboration around orders, invoices, settlements and delivery of goods.
And the event held in Brazil changed its sponsor from Hang Loose in 2009 to Billabong in 2010 and 2011.
Billabong shares slumped Tuesday after it said "change of control discussions with the Sycamore consortium and the Altamont/VF consortium have now concluded".
Jeff Roseman and Paul Berkman of Newmark Knight Frank represented Billabong in the lease negotiations.
The thieves stole a blue and black Billabong rucksack, a hardback book, two keys, two asthma inhalers, a pounds 20 note, a black Siemens A55 phone charger and a silver Creative MP3 player.
A December 1997 son of Aralem--Unas Revenge, he came into notice on this side of the North Sea as sire of the quirky Billabong, who reached major finals in Britain and latterly Ireland, where he was renamed Billabong Oz.
Our Gazza-watch Angel Eyes spies saw him enjoying lunch with best mate Jimmy Five Bellies at Jesmond's Billabong bar on Saturday.
It has been described as awesome, mesmerising, jaw dropping and astonishing ( and from Monday, North-East lovers of cinema and surfing will get their chance to see Billabong Odyssey.
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RENAULT'S special edition Billabong Clio is their va va voomiest model yet.
An Australian aborigine word meaning lagoon, Billabong is the name of a company that originally made surfboards and later branched into surf clothing.
Her Dreamings include Goanna (lizard), Billabong (waterhole) and the long-necked tortoise or Minhala.