Illawarra

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Illawarra

(ˌɪləˈwɒrə)
n
1. (Placename) a coastal district of E Australia, in S New South Wales. Pop: 404 626 (2002 est)
2. (Animals) an Australian breed of shorthorn dairy cattle noted for its high milk yield and ability to survive on poor pastures
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Helen Hamilton, a community supporter whose mother lives in a nursing home, told The Lamp: 'I cared for my mum till two years ago, then she moved to a nursing home in the Illawara.
64) Three major groups are still based in the Illawara region: the Australian-Philippine Association (APA), the Illawara Filipino Women's Group (IFWG), and the Club Filipino Illawara (CFI).
From magnetostratigraphic investigations, the "la Lieude Member" would be "in a position just around the Illawara reversal, that is Lower Capitanian respectively Lower Tatarian age" (Legler et al.