The Eleventh Circuit in Boree
(42) held that a married couple's bulk sale of property resulted in ordinary income and not capital gain as reported by the taxpayers, who were real estate developers.
As a result, rather than considering any individual film in great depth, the book proceeds at a brisk pace, chronologically charting significant cinematic representations of Australian schools from the silent period (starting with Around the Boree
Log [Phil K.
En cette journee mondiale de la femme, j'ai choisi de vous presenter une nouvelle collection lancee ce printemps par les Editions de Boree
. Cette petite maison francaise lancera dans quelques jours plusieurs livres avec des heroines aussi attachantes que combatives, fortes et fragiles a la fois.
Guides and Scouts will be jam(boree
)ing on stage at the Hippodrome in the National 80th Anniversary Gang Show.
Apart from Gsell, the only one I have seen that goes back to "Around the Boree
Log" days is Archbishop Duhig's string of anecdotes (starting on page 1 with the housekeeper at his first presbytery who "cooked fish better than anybody I have since known", and continuing with the importance of a good horse in a priest's life and his successes in buying real estate, and an interview with "the then-famous duce").
In 1911 Father Patrick Hartigan ('John O'Brien', author of Around the Boree
Log) went upcountry to administer the last rites to a reportedly dying Riley.
Previous ELC winners are Gunn Tove Vist, Jackie Meecham and Liv Boree
(8) See, eg, Peter Rees, The Boy from Boree
Creek: The Tim Fischer Story (2001) 204; Paul Donegan, 'The Role of the Commonwealth Attorney-General in appointing Judges to the High Court of Australia' (2003) 29 Melbourne Journal of Politics 40; Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 'His Honour', Four Corners, 14 September 1998.
Mitchell, aged forty-three, and his party of twenty-five men (nine of whom were, or had been convicts), twelve horses, fifty-two bullocks, five drays, five tents, two boats, one hundred sheep, five oxen, and other equipment and provisions for a five month journey, set off from a property named Boree
in central-western New South Wales in March 1836, a year of heavy rains.
John O'Brien in his work Around the Boree
Log captured something of the excitement and apprehension felt by staff and students of a small Catholic school when news arrived that the Inspector of Schools was about to pay a visit: 'we're not supposed to know what day it is th' Inspector comes.
Hartigan) from his epic Around the Boree
Log which was set in Australia.