Leichhardt


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Leichhardt

(ˈlaɪkˌhɑːt; German ˈlaiçhart)
n
(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 Reds have already shut out Central Coast Mariners, Queensland Lions and Apia Leichhardt Tigers and defensively they look well organised with experienced Dane Michael Jakobsen at the heart of their rearguard.
Finally, Christine Fernon provides a background to the wallmap/poster of Ludwig Leichhardt's 1844-45 expedition in Northern Australia, produced by the Australian National University's National Centre of Biography in 2014.
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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.
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