Leichhardt


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Leichhardt

(ˈlaɪkˌhɑːt; German ˈlaiçhart)
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(Biography) Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig (ˈfriːdrɪç ˈvɪlhɛlm ˈluːtvɪç). 1813–48, Australian explorer, born in Prussia. He disappeared during an attempt to cross Australia from East to West
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The Federation Press, Leichhardt, NSW, 301 pp, ISBN 9781760020835 (pbk)
Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP and Federal Member for Leichhardt Warren Entsch today announced the delivery of the Coalitions election commitment to provide $24 million toward the upgrade of the Cairns Marine Precinct.
Warren Entsch, MP for Leichhardt, Queensland said: "Australia can be quite ruthless when it comes to the Poms.
Some dining hotspots include Little Italy in Leichhardt (Norton Street), where you'll find an endless supply of pasta, pizza and gelato.
Thou on Australia's map hast marked my name; I, in my book, will do for thee the same: Leichhardt, thou hast in all our hearts a shrine, And thou shalt have a loving word from mine.
By the early 2000s, an 'alternative' queer area had developed along Newtown's King Street, spreading through the neighborhoods of Enmore and Erskineville, encompassing the 'underground' lesbian community of Leichhardt (Johnston and van Reyk, 2001; Murphy and Watson, 1997).
Despite offers to return to England or play for clubs in Germany, the ex-Boro reserve remained in Australia, going on to play for Western Suburbs and APIA Leichhardt.
The Northwich-born 21-year-old began his career at Crewe Alexandra, turning professional in May 2011, before having spells with Nantwich Town, Rhyl, Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the SPL and Australian club APIA Leichhardt Tigers then switching to Airbus in January.
Published by: Catholic Education Office Sydney, Leichhardt, NSW Sydney,
Finger, Hans Wilhelm, Ludwig Leichhardt Lost in the Outback.
The five essays comprising 'Makers of their own fates' draws attention to Allan Cunningham, Richard Cunningham, Ludwig Leichhardt, John Gilbert, Thomas Mitchell, William Blandowski, and Gerard Krefft.
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