gumnut


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gumnut

(ˈɡʌmˌnʌt)
n
(Plants) Austral the hardened seed container of the gum tree Eucalyptus gummifera
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The banknote also includes a picture of the gumnut brooch Cowan had made to symbolise that entry into Parliament was a hard nut to crack for women, and the King Edward Memorial Hospital, a women's and maternity hospital that she helped establish.
99), May Gibbs Gumnut Babies Snugglepot and Cuddlepie's Sleepover ($19.
The author does provide complete Gumnut project files and supplemental information so you can implement the CPU.
Neither adult nor kiddie auds will be unreservedly satisfied with this too-long stage version of the iconic Australian tale about gumnut babies of the bush.
The relationship between ACF and An Mea has also been behind those cool characters EcoDude and Gumnut in the "Eco-Zone" comic strip in Bilby Bulletin, ACF's kids' magazine.
May Gibbs' endearing gumnut babies are off on a new experience in an Australian bush adventure.
May Gibb's Gumnut HarperCollins Australia Books (children's;
We quite like using our bottom playground for that--free running and collecting gumnuts and they do interesting things down there'.
From Gumnuts to Buttons was developed in Tasmania in 2002 by Mr Philip Kelly and the Aboriginal Education Unit of Tasmania.
These seeds usually litter the entrance of Trigona carbonaria hives, as the bees acquire the seeds while foraging for resin in the gumnuts (see "The bees' trees.
There are a million gumnuts on this goddam tree, I've pulled the caps off hundreds and I can't find the bloody things: dear little Chucklepot and Gurglepie and Silly Lilly-Pilly and Piddlepot and Puddlepie and Plip and Plop .
Responding to ECEfS' purpose of reducing ecological burden, the Kindergarten classroom in this study offers a generous supply of open-use, natural play materials such as sand, clay, wheat, seed pods, flowers, gumnuts in addition to recycled items--fabrics, old tyres, cardboard boxes, springs etc.