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offsider

(ˌɒfˈsaɪdə)
n
Austral and NZ a partner or assistant
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30, Australian Story, Four Corners, Q&A, Insiders, Offsiders, Lateline, Foreign Correspondent, Behind the News, AM, PM, The World Today and Correspondents Report, as well as finding the best ways to deliver the ABCs finest investigative and long-form content to new audiences.
They seriously threaten the safety and livelihoods of those whose territories they invade, to the point where a newspaper reports that an act has been passed exculpating anyone who kills Ben or either of his offsiders.
The old man goes to sleep during his 'watch' when police approach with rifles at the ready and shouting at Ben to surrender, and there is an exchange of shots in which bushranger and offsider are injured.
They turned in a creditable performance when engaging the Nixon White House in 1973, impressing Nixon and his top national security offsiders, Henry Kissinger and Brent Scowcroft.
It will also feature the work of journalists, bloggers, and authors, like former BBC correspondent Nicholas Walton ESPN Cricinfo contributors Siddhartha Vaidyanathan and Firdose Moonda, novelist Geoff Herbach, Hockey in Society editor Mark Norman, and John Harms of The Footy Almanac and ABC television's Offsiders.
Ably captained by one of the locals, Sam, and assisted by his two offsiders Caleb and Nick, we managed to paddle in our assigned canoe some three to four kilometres upstream for the traditional welcoming ceremony held in the waters outside Science World in central Vancouver.
A few highly-skilled Banbai men worked full-time as stockmen, shepherds, drovers and bullockies' offsiders and several others were employed seasonally during spring and early summer as lambers, sheep-washers, shed-hands, harvesters, threshers and bark-collectors.
The offsiders have an interest in promoting a Dreaming's tendance and in forcing or, at least, encouraging the totemite to religious observance.
This argument is so often reprised, so familiar to us from its endless recitation by our pragmatic, 'realist' leaders and their echolalic offsiders in the media, that its recycling here, once again, both agitates and numbs.
Furthermore, from a safety perspective, the Devico System reduces the number of rod pulls, thus reducing the exposure of offsiders to manual handling.
When an achiever of GP dies, the ties that once joined others to this nodal character (located on his clan estate with wives, children while offsiders orbit about him) all drop away.
In other words, Aboriginal people involved in these managerial partnerships were not only 'leasing' their Aboriginality to their non-Aboriginal offsiders but also to the governmental machinery that facilitated the project of Aboriginal self-determination.