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Parramatta

(pâr'əmăt`ə), city (2016 pop. 226,149), New South Wales, SE Australia, a suburb of Sydney, on the Parramatta River. It is the regional center for the western suburbs of Sydney. Founded in 1788, it is the second oldest settlement in Australia.
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Dhammasangani ("enumeration of Phenomena").This book enumerates all the paramatta dhamma(ultimate realities) to be found in the world.
even while it is as frail as the ice on a Paramatta puddle, it is stronger under compression than Sydney sandstone ...
Hardman Hock, 29, is wanted by NRL outfit Paramatta Eels, despite being contracted to the Warriors until 2016.
Stephen Bevans is professor of mission and culture at Catholic Theological Union, Chicago; Katalina Tahaafe-Williams teaches at United Theological College, Paramatta, Australia.
as watching Melbourne play Paramatta the other night and it's the same background.
James Dunlop discovered this globular on 28 July 1826 at Paramatta Observatory near Sydney.
The former Paramatta and Canberra Raiders star, 34, was set to make his debut against Harlequins on Thursday before the game was called off due to a waterlogged pitch at The Gnoll in Neath, when fellow union convert Gareth Thomas had been expected to make his return to action in South Wales following his surprise move to the Crusaders.
Formerly the midwife at Paramatta's Colonial Hospital, Mary Gordon claimed that she had attended the births of more than 900 women there; her conduct and qualifications were certified by Surgeon Anderson with whom she had worked at the hospital.
But before making this final stop, I 'did' Sydney, where the names of train stations such as Paramatta seemed to roll off the tongue.
The main action of the novel concerns the New Zealand heroine, Hilda Fitzherbert, who thwarts an Australian plot to secede from the Empire (led by her rejected admirer, the reckless Lord Reginald Paramatta) and subsequently marries the Emperor of United Britain.
Andrew Moroney, a 28-year-old forward and former captain with the Tweed Heads Seagulls, half-back Daniel Russell, who has Premier League experience with Penrith and Paramatta, Nathan Cooper and Ben McAlpine are further Antipodean captures.
Mutta, whose life, like that of the other theris, is documented in the commentary to the Therigatha, the Paramatta Dipani, rejoices in her freedom from domestic duties: