boree


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boree

(ˈbɔːriː)
n
(Plants) Austral another name for myall
[from a native Australian language]
Translations
Bourrée
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Tenders are invited for 1) Drilling of bore wells at SC areas mittenahalli and neharuji colony 2) Drilling of boree well at mettenahalli (municipal fund)
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.
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.
For adoptive parents Robin Sewell and Chris Boree of Los Angeles, both birth and adoptive families visit regularly as one big, extended household.