Capricornia


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Capricornia

(ˌkæprɪˈkɔːnɪə)
n
(Placename) the regions of Australia in the tropic of Capricorn
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Contract Awarded for Lease for office accommodation - Division of Capricornia
Later, he transferred to federal politics in 1984 as the Labor MP for Capricornia.
Ralph uses Wolfe's and Wheeler's arguments to read ecocritically Nugi Garimara's Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence, Robyn Davidson's Tracks, and Xavier Herbert's Capricornia.
Eligible participants were drawn from all new intakes of male prisoners over a six-month period (from October 2008 to March 2009) across the five Queensland reception prisons (Brisbane Correctional Centre, Maryborough Correctional Centre, Townsville Correctional Centre, Lotus Glen Correctional Centre, Capricornia Correctional Centre).
Midnight Oil's final album, 2002's Capricornia, produced by Livesey, was inspired by the themes of Xavier Herbert's landmark first book of the same name, published in 1938, based on his experiences in the official government post of Protector Of Aborigines in Darwin.
Allo Darlin' The London outfit led by Elizabeth Morris, play The Musician in Leicester on Monday Februay 27 when they will be showcasing Capricornia, the first taste of second album Europe which is due out in May.
Rex Patterson was joined in Parliament in 1967 by Dr Doug Everingham, whose successful campaign in the Queensland seat of Capricornia strongly emphasised the importance of Northern Australia.
Herbert, Xavier 2002 Capricornia (A&R Classics edn), Harper Collins, Sydney.
We can think with profit--as perhaps Mathers did--not only of Sterne (and locally, the Xavier Herbert of Capricornia, 1938), but of the original meaning of satire and its relation to how Mathers tells the story.
Oliver Simmonson, Fitzroy River Abattoir, 1974-1986: A study of the impact of external influences on the factory-floor', thesis, Capricornia Institute of Advanced Education (Central Queensland University), 1988, pp.
Turning to Australia, we find Xavier Herbert writing rather sardonically in Capricornia (1938) of the way in which the Gospel Mission makes a good profit off coconut plantations worked for free by the Reverend Theodore Hollower's Aborigine converts, who receive free Christian indoctrination in return.
Two of the better-known productions that are represented in Series 5 of the papers are Summer of the Aliens and Nowra's adaptation of Xavier Herbert's book, Capricornia, for a television mini-series.