coolabah


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coolabah

(ˈkuːləˌbɑː) or

coolibah

n
(Plants) an Australian myrtaceous tree, Eucalyptus microtheca, that grows along rivers and has smooth bark and long narrow leaves
[from a native Australian language]
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"Re-remembering Australia: Public memorials sharing difficult knowledge." Coolabah 24&25: 76-93.
(3) Janie Conway-Herron, 'A Glitch in the Script: Fantasy, Realism and the Australian Imagination1, Coolabah, no.
9,629,793 B2 for a method of treating skin by reducing elastin, reducing TNF-[alpha], and/or inhibiting MMP-1 in skin by topically applying a composition comprising aqueous extracts of Nymphaea gigantea flower, Tristaniopsis laurina leaf; and Eucalyptus coolabah leaf in a dermatologically acceptable vehicle.
(2013) 'Community perspectives on natural resources extraction: coal-seam gas mining adn social identiity in Eastern Australia', in Coolabah, 10, 144.
"Merlinda Bobis's The Solemn Lantern Maker: The Ethics of Traumatic Cross-Cultural Encounters." Coolabah: 107-17.
For the Kamilaroi, this would be a yarran, for the Euahlayi a gulabaa (coolabah) (G/Y), and for the Ngemba, a nguu (tea-tree).
Is a Sheila about to find out she's up the coolabah tree?
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The trees, 4 to 10 metres tall, and including Mallee, Mulga, Coolabah, Myall and Wilga, are flourishing, in stark contrast to the surrounding countryside which is almost devoid of vegetation.
The Amazing Adventures of the Coolabah Kid Blue Star Go/UQ, 2009 171pp $20.00 pbk ISBN 9780646523699
Everything that lives in the Australian desert is expert at survival: from the paper daisies that blossom only when sparse rains come, to the coolabah that digs deep to find reliable water, the water birds that migrate between evanescent lakes, the antechinus that stores up fat in its tail, the Aboriginal people who store knowledge of landscape for hundreds of generations in their songs and networks, and the remote outback business that thrives on the internet.
(from left) Nigel Smith of Heslyn Hair Salon, Colin Bell, of Frontline Audio Visual, Evadne Headley, of Coventry City Council, Mark Hayles, of The Enriched Life Centre, Nicole Aldridge, of OnTrend UK, and Daudi Costello, of Coolabah Productions.