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  • 1 Australia — • Includes history, education, and religious statistics Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Australia     Australia     † …

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  • 2 AUSTRALIA — AUSTRALIA, island continent, within the British Commonwealth. At least six Jewish convicts who arrived at Botany Bay, New South Wales, in 1788 were later among the first settlers, including John Harris who, when freed, became the first policeman… …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 3 Australia II — Technische Daten (Überblick) Takelung: Sloop Segelklasse: 12mR Segelnummer: KA 6 Konstrukteur: Ben Lexcen Stapellauf: 6. Juni 1982 Werft …

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  • 4 Australia — ist: die englische Bezeichnung für das Land Australien die englische Bezeichnung für den gleichnamigen Kontinent, siehe Australien (Kontinent) der Name der siegreichen Herausforderer Yacht im 25. America s Cup, siehe Australia II der Titel eines… …

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  • 5 australia — ● australia adjectif invariable Antigène australia, antigène du virus à A.D.N. de l hépatite B. ● australia (expressions) adjectif invariable Antigène australia, antigène du virus à A.D.N. de l hépatite B. ● australia (synonymes) adjectif… …

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  • 6 Australia — (Астипалея,Греция) Категория отеля: Адрес: Astypálaia, Астипалея, 85900, Греция …

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  • 7 Australia A — may refer to: * Australia A cricket team * Australia A national rugby union team …

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  • 8 Australia — [ô strāl′yə] [ModL < L ( terra) australis, southern (land): see AUSTRAL] 1. island continent in the Southern Hemisphere between the S Pacific and Indian oceans 2. country comprising this continent and Tasmania: a member of the Commonwealth:… …

    English World dictionary

  • 9 Australia — Australia,   Urkontinent, Gondwana …

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  • 10 Australia — from L. Terra Australis (16c.), from australis southern + IA (Cf. ia). A hypothetical southern continent, known as terra australis incognita, had been proposed since 2c. Dutch explorers called the newfound continent New Holland; the current name… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 11 austrália — s. f. Mimosa de folha persistente …

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  • 12 Australia — This article is about the country. For other uses, see Australia (disambiguation). Commonwealth of Australia …

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  • 13 Australia — /aw strayl yeuh/, n. 1. a continent SE of Asia, between the Indian and the Pacific oceans. 18,438,824; 2,948,366 sq. mi. (7,636,270 sq. km). 2. Commonwealth of, a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, consisting of the federated states and… …

    Universalium

  • 14 Australia — Para otros usos de este término, véase Australia (desambiguación). Commonwealth of Australia Mancomunidad de Australia …

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  • 15 Australia — <p></p> <p></p> Introduction ::Australia <p></p> Background: <p></p> Prehistoric settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia at least 40,000 years before the first Europeans began… …

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  • 16 Australia — La Mancomunidad de Australia o simplemente Australia es el sexto país más grande del mundo (en superficie), y el único que ocupa la isla continente homónima. Australia también incluye la isla de Tasmania, ubicada al Sur, y otras islas menores.… …

    Enciclopedia Universal

  • 17 Australia 31 — El partido de fútbol celebrado el 11 de abril de 2001 entre las selecciones de Australia y Samoa Americana, que concluyó con un resultado de 31 0 a favor de los australianos, es la mayor victoria de una selección internacional de fútbol en un… …

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  • 18 Australia II — Americascup shortname = Australia II Fullname = Australia II club = Royal Perth Yacht Club nat = AUS owner = flagicon|AUS Alan Bond skip = flagicon|AUS John Bertrand year = 1983 wins = America s Cup; 1983 boats = KA6The Australia II is a 12 metre …

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  • 19 Australia —    Protestantism came to Australia along with Church of England chaplains assigned to tend to the religious need of the original colonists, most of whom were convicts. Rev. Richard Johnson sailed with the first fleet of ships to Australia in 1788 …

    Encyclopedia of Protestantism

  • 20 Australia —    Originally Terra Australis Incognita, or the unknown southern continent, Australia was first claimed for Britain by Captain James Cook on August 22, 1770. Although the Dutch navigator Tasman had first explored what is now Tasmania in the… …

    Encyclopedia of the Age of Imperialism, 1800–1914

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