ANZAAS


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ANZAAS

(ˈænzəs; -zæs)
n acronym for
Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science
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Report of the Twenty-Ninth Meeting, Sydney, August 1952, ANZAAS, Sydney.
But even before it got off the ground, the idea of the AAAA that was first mooted at the 1983 ANZAAS workshop proved controversial among those whose interests it sought to represent.
This was based on a paper presented to the 46th ANZAAS Congress, January 1975.
The confusion of the acronym with that for the Goods and Service Tax raised the eyebrows of a few members of the Royal Society of New Zealand Wellington Branch when in 1998 I gave an address entitled 'Scientists demented, ANZAAS lamented, GST presented.
When Anderson had made his plea to the ANZAAS conference in 1911, striking workers had violently seized the iron works in Lithgow during a nine-month strike/lock-out, the first Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) branches were established in Australia, and the Labor Party's loyalty to imperial authority--its attempts to introduce compulsory military service--was propelling working class struggles outside constitutional limits.
1984) "Institutionalised Dependence: Inequalities of Pay and Opportunity 1880-1930" ANZAAS 54th Congress, Canberra.
This year is also a centennial one for ANZAAS -- the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science, who marked the occasion with a Jubiliee Congress in Sydney last May.
BHP Billiton Science Awards, Prime Minister's Prizes for Excellence in Science Teaching in Primary and Secondary Schools, National Educational Forum, Youth ANZAAS and CSENEPA.
Taylor, 'Researching Australian Shop Stewards: Some Pointers from a Comparative Study', paper presented to the 49th ANZAAS Conference, Auckland, 1979.
On 9 April 1953 the professor wrote to Ellis in formal but courtly terms, inviting him to deliver a paper on historical biography at the ANZAAS congress to be held in Canberra in January 1954.
In 1952 Kerr and Mauldon presented a joint paper at the ANZAAS Congress on 'The Estimation of Regional Income'.