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wandoo

(ˈwɒnduː)
n
(Plants) a eucalyptus tree, Eucalyptus wandoo, of W Australia, having white bark and durable wood
[from a native Australian language]
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The prison will be the second AOD facility after a female treatment prison comes online in the second half of this year at the existing Wandoo Reintegration Facility, which is returning to the public sector.
As the ute bounced across the clods and grooves of the paddock, the sun lit up the wandoo forest like the garden of Eden.
Further north the country was populated with grass trees, zamia palms, and "scattered marri, wandoo and mallee gums" (Garimara 89).
Containing a diversity of habitats--including jarrah forest, marri and wandoo woodland, and granitic heathlands--it's completely free of the feral animals that have been responsible for precipitating the worst mammal extinction crisis of modern times elsewhere in Australia.
Pursuant to the Project Generation Agreement with Wandoo Energy LLC ("Wandoo"), the Company now has approximately a 24% WI in the Bonner 1H well and the surrounding 600 acres.
One exception is the Lawyer Vine, Calamus moti (FM Bailey), where the species name moti is based on the Yidiny name mudi (Dixon and Irvine 1991:211), while another is Eucalyptus wandoo subsp, wandoo, the epithet 'wandoo' from the Nyungar name for the tree (Sharr 1996:218).
Park,(1) Hyo Joo Kim,(1) Su Hee Lee,(1) Jun Hee Lee,(1) Hyung Keun Kim,(2,3) Taek Rim Yoon,(2,3) WanDoo Kim1
Among the Aussie products on display at the Speciality & Fine Food Fair 2009 are 3drops olive oil, Pudding Lane, Verjus, and The Gumtree Apiary, which sells gourmet honeys such as Active Jarrah, York Gum, Red Gum, Wandoo, Wildflower and Black Buff.
Effects of bird predation on canopy arthropods in wandoo Eucalyptus wandoo woodland.
CalEnergy Gas (Australia) and Wandoo Petroleum, plans to proceed with development of the BassGas project.
With colleagues at the Department of Conservation and Land Management in Perth, and at the Queensland Forestry Research Institute, the scientists are concentrating on six key species: Acacia dealbata, Swainsona sericea, Calothamnus quadrifidus, Eucalyptus wandoo, Eucalyptus populnea and Eremaea pauciflora.