Chifley


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Chifley

(ˈtʃɪflɪ)
n
(Biography) Joseph Benedict. 1885–1951, Australian statesman; prime minister of Australia (1945–49)
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HashRoot's office in Australia situated at Chifley Tower, 2 Chifley Square, Sydney NSW 2000, offers a variety of IT solutions to Australian customers in various technologies.
It follows an incident in the city's suburb of Chifley on Saturday when a Mazda 323 travelling at speed crashed into a parked Toyota Hiace leaving two men trapped in the car.
Ed Husic, the federal Labor member for Chifley, became the first Muslim MP when he was voted into the house of representatives in 2010.
Macintyre portrays Coombs as Chifley's expert-in-chief who was central in framing Labor's new Australia.
One such includes an early draft of Professor Duncan Waterson's entry on Chifley, including the words, 'Of the Australian Prime Ministers, Chifley is not of the first rank.
Baker (Chifley Business School, La Trobe U., Australia) traces the development the Christian Orthodox Church in North Asia from its earliest times to the present day.
It turned out that he was personal assistant to the Prime Minister and when he heard what we'd been doing and our convictions about Australia he said he must arrange for us to meet Prime Minister Chifley. We saw him the next morning.
His account of his childhood and young manhood prior to volunteering for the Second Australian Imperial Force with his mates in 1940 feels much more akin to that of David Day's Ben Chifley or John Curtin than the predominantly white-collar and professional workers whom Whitlam carried into office with him in 1972, and again following the Snedden refusal-of-supply double-dissolution election in 1974.
Representative projects include: the New York Hospital, New York; United Center (Bulls and Blackhawks arena) and Comiskey Park in Chicago; the Nashville Arena in Nashville; the United Airlines Terminal at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago; the 95-story Petronas Twin Towers of Kuala Lumpur City Centre, the world's tallest buildings in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; the 50-story Americas Tower in New York; the 65-story One Liberty Place in Philadelphia; and the 50-story Chifley Tower in Sydney, Australia.
leaders Chifley, Calwell and even Evatt, were at least as enthusiastic as conservative leaders about developing independent nuclear forces, and planned to turn the British Empire into a kind of fortress, initially with the hydroelectric resources of Canada and New Zealand supplying heavy water, and the mines of Australia and South Africa supplying uranium.
The commercial building, 88 Phillip Street, also out-rents the neighbours, its closest competitors being Denton Corker Marshall's Governor Phillip Tower and Kohn Pedersen Fox's Chifley Square.