duyker


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duyker

(ˈdaɪkə)
n
(Animals) a variant spelling of duiker
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Edward Duyker, Dumont d'Urville, Explorer and Polymath
2) For the Australian context, see for example Cote and Westerbeek-Veld 2005 and Duyker 1987; for the Netherlands, see Pattynama 2000.
Tomas Sephton picked up 5-53 for Northern who looked in a decent position at 80-3 before Ulricht Van Duyker (4-50) blew away the visitors' middle order and Matthew Collins (4-52) mopped up the tail to clinch a crucial 17-run victory.
19) Edward Duyker, A Woman on the Goldfields: Recollections of Emily Skinner, 1854-1878, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Victoria, 1995, 53.
For example Baudin described it as 'frizzy, but not nearly as thick as the Africans' (1974: 344); commander of the Marquis de Castries Ambroise Bernard Marie Le Jar du Clesmeur said the Tasmanians have 'frizzled hair' (in Duyker, 1992: 22), whereas second-in-command of the Mascarin Julien Crozet compared their hair to the '"wool" of Kaffirs' (25), and botanist Jacques de Labillardiere simply states that the 'natives have woolly hair' (in Plomley and Piard-Bernier, 1993: 290).
Edward Duyker, The Dutch in Australia, AE Press, Melbourne, 1987.
Ulricht Van Duyker (3-89) was the pick of the bowlers for Fleetwood Hesketh whose reply got off to a bizarre start when they lost their top three batsmen to run outs before Lahiru Sri Lakmal Madduma Wellalege (5-25) helped finish the job to seal a 147-run win.