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AUSTRALIAN PEOPLE
AUSTRALIA
ANGLO-CELTIC AUSTRALIAN
ASIAN AUSTRALIANS
ABORIGINAL POPULATION
ENGLISH
INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF AUSTRALIA
EDUCATION
ADAM PHILLIPS
ADELA PANKHURST
ALAN STRETTON
ALAN VILLIERS
ALLAN FELS
ANDREW FRASER
ANNA WOOD
ARTICLE
AUSTRALIAN CATHOLICS
BAKANAMBIA
BALLARAT
BALMAIN
BARRY
BENBRIKA
BILLY BIRMINGHAM
BILLY BLUE
BILL COLLINS
BLUE ENSIGN
BREAKER MORANT
BRIAN WILSHIRE
CANTON
CAROLINE CHISHOLM
CHRIS GLENN
CITATIONS
CITY
CLAIRE WEEKES
CLARA LAW
CONLON
CONVICTS
CRIMINALS
DAME EDNA EVERAGE
EDWARD WOLLSTONECRAFT
FELLOWS
FILM
FLAG
GARTH BOOMER
GENEVIEVE BLANCHETT
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Australian People

  1. Australian People is a subject that introduces students to the study of the diverse societies and cultures that together make up the country.

Australia

  1. Australia is a beautiful country. (Web site)
  2. Australia is a founding member of the United Nations, and maintains an international aid program under which some 60 countries receive assistance.
  3. Australia is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, in which the Commonwealth Heads of Government meetings provide the main forum for co-operation.
  4. Australia is a practical country. (Web site)
  5. Australia is an independent self-governing state and a member of the Commonwealth of Nations.

Anglo-Celtic Australian

  1. Anglo-Celtic Australian is an ethnic or cultural category, used to describe Australians with ancestral origins in the British Isles. (Web site)
  2. Anglo-Celtic Australian is an ethnic or cultural category, used to describe the majority of Australians of North West European descent. (Web site)

Asian Australians

  1. Asian Australians were 7.96% of the Australian population in 2001.

Aboriginal Population

  1. The Aboriginal population was decimated by British colonisation which began in 1788.
  2. The Aboriginal population was decimated by British colonization which began in 1788.

English

  1. English is the national language,[49] and is spoken and written in a distinct variety known as Australian English.
  2. English is the official language of Australia.

Indigenous Australians

  1. Indigenous Australians are descendants of the first known human inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands.
  2. Indigenous Australians are the descendants of people who lived in Australia and its nearby islands before the arrival of European settlers in 1788.
  3. Indigenous Australians are the first human inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands.
  4. Indigenous Australians are the first inhabitants of the Australia n continent and its nearby islands, continuing their presence during Europe an settlement.
  5. Indigenous Australians are the inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands before European settlement, and their descendants.

Indigenous Peoples of Australia

  1. Categories Australian Aboriginal culture Indigenous peoples of Australia Indigenous peoples of Oceania Nomads This article has been viewed 33 times.
  2. Britannica Concise Encyclopedia Australian Aborigine .content{clear:both;} Any of the indigenous peoples of Australia. (Web site)

Education

  1. Education - To educate the public and show society what is a violation of social norms and to develop respect for the law.
  2. Education is one of our most powerful weapons in the fight against illicit drug use. (Web site)

Adam Phillips

  1. Adam Phillips is a half-satyr pagan demigod, entrepreneur, and popular animator.
  2. Adam Phillips was a featured artist at the Adobe Design Center for the month of December, 2006.

Adela Pankhurst

  1. Adela Pankhurst was recruited as an organiser for the Women's Peace Army in Melbourne by Vida Goldstein. (Web site)
  2. Adela Pankhurst was regarded as ‘too socialist’ and she was despatched to Australia where Emmeline thought she would be out of the way. (Web site)
  3. Adela Pankhurst was their best speaker. (Web site)

Alan Stretton

  1. Major General Alan Stretton said the Government would eventually bow to public pressure and withdraw the troops, leaving behind a bloody mess. (Web site)
  2. ALAN STRETTON: Firstly, I think the Prime Minister said that any criticism was blown out of all proportion. (Web site)

Alan Villiers

  1. Alan Villiers is the author of the bestseller By Way of Cape Horn.
  2. The collection was purchased by the National Library from Alan Villiers in 1980. (Web site)

Allan Fels

  1. ALLAN FELS: For the first year or so in her life Isabella seemed fine, and then we started to notice little things, but thought that was just childhood. (Web site)
  2. ALLAN FELS: The difference between my relationship with Bill Kelty and business is that his family and ours were close friends for 20 years. (Web site)
  3. ALLAN FELS: The media wants to personalise the institution. (Web site)
  4. ALLAN FELS: The most frequent recommendation as she got older was that she needed more independence from us. (Web site)

Andrew Fraser

  1. Andrew Fraser is a professor of law at Sydney's Macquarie University.
  2. Andrew Fraser: The deputy vice-chancellor, who had charge of the matter while the vice-chancellor was overseas.

Anna Wood

  1. Anna Wood was a 15 year old girl who died of an ecstacy related death in 1996 at a rave and the media created a huge deal out of it.
  2. Anna Wood was an Australian fifteen year-old girl who in 1995 took an ecstasy tablet at a rave and died 3 days later.
  3. Anna Wood was born on July 22 , 1966 in Roermond , Netherlands , but is now a naturalised Australian and retired world-class kayaker.

Article

  1. The article is a wee bit out of date (it was submitted in October), as it starts off with John McCain's tumble from frontrunner status.
  2. The article was first printed 22 January 1995 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
  3. The article was signed by Abu Thar Al-Kuwaiti, on behalf of a group called the Al-Ikhlas Islamic Network.

Australian Catholics

  1. Australian Catholics is a entrepot aimed primarily at teen grouping and the families of direct and alternative students.
  2. Australian Catholics is a entrepot aimed primarily at young grouping and the families of direct and alternative students.
  3. Australian Catholics is a magazine aimed primarily at young people and the families of primary and secondary students.

Bakanambia

  1. The Bakanambia are also known as the Wanbara.

Ballarat

  1. Ballarat is a beautiful and historic city with wide, tree-lined streets that are replete with elegant heritage buildings.
  2. Ballarat is a city in regional Victoria, Australia, approximately 120 kilometres north-west of Melbourne, with a population of 84,000 people. (Web site)
  3. Ballarat is a very major provincial centre located 110 km west of Melbourne via the Western Freeway and 441 metres above sea-level.
  4. Ballarat is also the home to Australia’s oldest and largest annual performing arts eisteddfod.
  5. Ballarat is also the home to Australia's oldest and largest annual performing arts estedford.

Balmain

  1. Balmain is a suburb in the Municipality of Leichhardt, in the inner-west of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. (Web site)
  2. Balmain was the longest serving of the eight surgeons to have arrived in the First Fleet, and the only one to have a physical locality named after him.

Barry

  1. Barry is a remarkable entertainer. (Web site)
  2. Barry was entertaining Australian servicemen and expatriates and he thought they might not react too kindly when a Melbourne housewife took the stage. (Web site)
  3. Barry was their first child. (Web site)

Benbrika

  1. Benbrika was born in Algeria: various sources give his age as 45 or 46 as of November 2005. (Web site)
  2. Benbrika was the co-ordinator and spiritual leader of the group, prosecutor Richard Maidment QC said. (Web site)

Billy Birmingham

  1. Billy Birmingham is a brilliant comic.
  2. Billy Birmingham is a man who's been described as a deadset comedy genius though some might just call him a trouble-maker.
  3. Billy Birmingham is the bomb. (Web site)

Billy Blue

  1. Billy Blue was the first in a series of acquistions by Amadeus.

Bill Collins

  1. BILL COLLINS: For the woman, that's an easier part to cast, I think, than for the men. (Web site)
  2. BILL COLLINS: The only thing I'm thinking of, and I don't want to sound depressing - is that very few people in Australia have read Atlas Shrugged. (Web site)
  3. Bill Collins is a film buff who grew up in Sutherland in the south of Sydney.
  4. Bill Collins is a metric time specialist.

Blue Ensign

  1. The Blue Ensign was initially intended only to be flown on government buildings. (Web site)
  2. The Blue Ensign was now encouraged to be flown on land for private use. (Web site)

Breaker Morant

  1. Breaker Morant is a 1980 Australian feature film, directed by Bruce Beresford and starring British actor Edward Woodward in the title role. (Web site)
  2. Breaker Morant is a good film, and its story is universal.
  3. Breaker Morant is an excellent film about low-level scapegoats used to protect the mistakes of the brass during the Boer War (sound familiar?).
  4. Breaker Morant is one of the most acclaimed Australian films, telling a powerful tale of wartime betrayal and injustice. (Web site)
  5. Breaker Morant: Based on a true story, Edward Woodward (TV's The Equalizer) unforgettably stars as the controversial folk hero and Renaissance man Lt.

Brian Wilshire

  1. Each week he discusses politics and international affairs with Brian Wilshire.
  2. Macquarie Radio station 2GB's late night announcer in Sydney, Brian Wilshire, had accused some Lebanese of being inbred. (Web site)
  3. There has been a lot said about the comments made by 2GB commentator Brian Wilshire in regards to the Cronulla riot.

Canton

  1. The Canton is the privileged position and resides in the upper left corner of the flag or in the section of the upper hoist. (Web site)
  2. The Canton is the privileged position. (Web site)

Caroline Chisholm

  1. Caroline Chisholm is one of those remarkable women that most Australians admire but are probably secretly pleased is no longer with us. (Web site)
  2. Caroline Chisholm is the Best school eva im in YR5 and it is tottally cool. (Web site)
  3. Caroline Chisholm was born in England in 1808. (Web site)
  4. Caroline Chisholm was born in England in 1808.When she was 22 she was married to Archibald Chisholm.She helped young women find jobs.
  5. Caroline Chisholm was known as 'the emigrant's friend'. (Web site)

Chris Glenn

  1. Chris Glenn is a multi-talented Australian living in Nagoya and best known locally as a DJ on Nagoya's RADIO-i radio station.
  2. Chris Glenn is an Australian born radio DJ, TV personality, artist and helicopter pilot living and working in Japan.

Citations

  1. Citations are given at the end of each chapter and the book contains a very good cross-referenced index. (Web site)
  2. The citations are in their original language and are annotated. (Web site)

City

  1. The city is also the regional center of the Bicol Region.
  2. The city is a major sugar center, as many sugarcane fields exist in the city.
  3. The city is one of the two highly urbanized cities in Cebu with the provincial capital Cebu City as the other one.

Claire Weekes

  1. Claire Weekes is to be commended for many things.

Clara Law

  1. Clara Law, an australian director that has already made eight movies, tries to describe how a trip can change human lives.
  2. Floating Life is a 1996 Australian drama film directed by Clara Law about a Hong Kong family who move to Australia. (Web site)

Conlon

  1. Conlon was Principal of the ASOPA between John Kerr 's resignation to return to legal prctice in 1948 and 1950.
  2. Conlon was a charismatic figure, and had many friends in high places including H. V. Evatt and Herbert "Nugget" Coombs. (Web site)
  3. Conlon was rather tall and of bulky build. (Web site)

Convicts

  1. Convicts were delivered to the transports from the hulks and gaols with no reference to skills, or fitness to contribute to the creation of the new colony.
  2. The convicts were provided with fresh beef and mutton, bread and vegetables, to build up their strength for the journey.

Criminals

  1. Criminals are more likely to attack people in their homes, and those attacks are more likely to be successful.

Dame Edna Everage

  1. Dame Edna Everage is a character like no other an Australian housewife who grewinto a phenomenon, a selfdescribed megastar and adviser to royalty. (Web site)

Edward Wollstonecraft

  1. In 1819 Berry formed a partnership Edward Wollstonecraft, and returned to Sydney.
  2. Business in the city was administered primarily by Edward Wollstonecraft, while Alexander Berry took charge of the rural estate. (Web site)

Fellows

  1. Fellows was particularly apprehensive about returning to Bangkok. (Web site)
  2. Fellows was sententenced to life imprisonment in 1978, convicted of heroin trafficking between Bangkok, Thailand and Australia. (Web site)

Film

  1. A film was made about Lawrence in 1955, Interrupted Melody.
  2. A film was made about Lawrence in 1955, based on her book of the same name Interrupted Melody. (Web site)
  3. The film was a huge success and De Carlo was among those to be praised for her restrained work.
  4. The film was a roaring success. (Web site)
  5. The film was a top performer at the Australian Film Institute awards, with ten wins. (Web site)

Flag

  1. The flag was also used at sea by Australian ships in the 1880's. (Web site)
  2. The flag was created to celebrate the British victory at Trafalgar in 1805. (Web site)
  3. The flag was designed in 1831 by Captain John Nicholson who was a veteran of the Napoleonic wars. (Web site)
  4. The flag was first flown prominently at the tent embassy in front of Old Parliament house in Canberra in 1972 in support of Aboriginal Land Rights. (Web site)
  5. The flag was popular enough in 1901 to be entered in the competition for the Australian Flag. (Web site)

Garth Boomer

  1. Since 1995 there has been a Garth Boomer Memorial Lecture in his honour.
  2. Curriculum Corporation is again delighted to be associated with the Garth Boomer Award.
  3. Nominations are now being accepted for the 2007 Garth Boomer Award.

Genevieve Blanchett

  1. He appointed Genevieve Blanchett, whom he had known at NIDA, as his production designer. (Web site)
  2. Haar zusje Genevieve Blanchett is een bekend setdesigner.
  3. Andrew would move on to translate and adapt Cyrano de Bergerac for the Sydney Theatre Company, set design courtesy of Genevieve Blanchett. (Web site)

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