Spearwood


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Spear´wood`


n.1.(Bot.) An Australian tree (Acacia Doratoxylon), and its tough wood, used by the natives for spears.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The new role represents Leeman's first on the sidelines in his home country after a playing career that has taken him to Glasgow Rangers, and teams like Spearwood Bamatic and Bayswater Inter in the Premier League of Western Australia.
The soils represented surface and subsurface soils (not different horizons) in 2 of the 3 major dune systems (Bassendean and Spearwood) on the northern Swan Coastal Plain (Fig.
A 10,000 year BP radiocarbon date for archaeological finds within a soil of the Spearwood Dune System, Mosman Park, WA.
For example, although the majority of long-term Croatian migrants live in the Spearwood area, I made an effort to include people from other areas and suburbs.
He then made the move to Spearwood Bamatic and, a year later, Bayswater Inter, both of whom feature in the Premier League of Western Australia.
The soils were chosen to represent different surface and subsurface soils (not different horizons) under 2 different land uses, intensive horticulture and native vegetation, on 2 of the 3 major dune systems (Bassendean and Spearwood) on the northern Swan Coastal Plain.
The soil used in this study was taken from the strongly leached Spearwood dune system of the Swan Coastal Plain in Western Australia (McArthur and Bettenay 1960) and was composed primarily (92%) of particles of the size classified as coarse sand (Pathan et al.
First-choice Mark Prudhoe, has a knee injury and that could open the way for 33-year-old Zabica, signed from Perth side Spearwood Dalmatinac for an initial pounds 75,000 that could rise to pounds 150,000 depending on appearances.
The Gnangara Mound soils are classified into 4 main geomorphic elements: Bassendean Dunes, Spearwood Dunes, Quindalup Dunes, and the Pinjarra Plain (McArthur and Bettenay 1960).