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brolga

a large grey Australian crane, Grus rubicunda, having a red-and-green head and a trumpeting call
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She threw it to the East, where it hit a pile of logs, which burst into flames [Parker reported a Euahlayi version where the brolga threw the emu egg up into the sky, where it hit a pile of brush].
This is the final programme in what's been a winning series, and as Brolga enjoys some home comforts, the joeys get their first taste of life in the sanctuary as they're introduced to the rest of the mob.
This is the final programme in what has been a winning series and, as Brolga enjoys some home comforts, the joeys get their first taste of life in the sanctuary as they're introduced to the rest of the mob.
The Railway Dog: The True Story of an Australian Outback Dog Brolga Pub, 2010 102pp $24.
Lewis, A Middle Way: Rochdale Co-operatives in New South Wales 1859-1986, published for the Australian Association of Co-operatives Ltd, Sydney by Brolga Press, Curtin, ACT, c1992, p.
The stout Brolga 33 sailed up the River Derwent to Hobart late on the afternoon of 1 March 2010, becoming the first yacht to circumnavigate the world via the North West Passage under sail.
Australian Pacific TouringOs (APT) Kings Canyon Wilderness Lodge won the Hosted Accommodation Category at the 2009 Brolga Northern Territory Tourism Awards.
John Ramsland and Christopher Mooney, Remembering Aboriginal Heroes, Melbourne, Brolga Publishing, 2006, 373 pages, ISBN 192078888X: 9871920788887, pbk.
Examples of various orthographic representations of phonological units in the written text "The brolga and the quai" by David Jentian Nangan:golod.
Three artists who danced these ballets in Australia and other countries reminisce about them in Brolga.
5A The Meloog made magic and asked the brolga and someone else to intercept the party on the banks of the river.