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woolshed

(ˈwʊlˌʃɛd)
n
(Agriculture) Austral and NZ a shearing shed
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(9) If readers in England in 1872 received that as a kind of woolshed Gothic, New Zealand readers will recognise quite well-informed elements of Maori carving and of the haka.
Woolshed Baa and Grill, Sheares Street, Co Cork Ireland's clashes will be beamed out of three massive screens and 15 plasma TVs during the tournament.
"He got Australian residency due to moving out there when he was 18 and becoming a chef at a restaurant called the Woolshed in Cairns .
In her younger days Mary had a passion for cars--in particular the MGB and Monaro--enjoyed a party and never refused an invitation to a Country Ball or Woolshed dance.
Lepp and Curnow collected specimens in 1995 from four sites in the CNP for the Australian National Botanic Gardens Herbarium (now Australian National Herbarium), at Woolshed Flats, Woolshed Bluff, Jacks Creek and Mt.
Southern Discoveries is offering three excursions including the Merino Woolshed experience, 4WD Musterers Safari and High Country Walk.
For a map of the woolshed arson attacks in Queensland, see Svensen, Industrial War, 60.
** HAYES, Nicole The Whole of My World Woolshed Press, 2013 370pp $18.95 pbk +e ISBN 9781742758602 SCIS 1610073
The largest, thickest midden identified and excavated at Triangle Flat extends somewhere between 130 and 150 square metres in the south-western woolshed paddock ("primary midden" at Figure 4; see also Brooks 2002).
He earned 6.15s.0d [pounds sterling] for helping at the lambing, 3.0s.0d [pounds sterling] for 12 days sheep-washing, 2.0s.0d [pounds sterling] for work at the woolshed, 2.5s.0d [pounds sterling] for two weeks and one-and-a-half days spent haymaking and 7.0s.0d [pounds sterling] for unspecified work on Mackenzie's account.
Iron oxide copper gold (IOCG) style mineralisation was intersected at Cormorant, Woolshed Waterhole and Clonagh with seven of the nine holes intersecting multiple bodies of sulphides, predominantly pyrrhotite but with variable amounts of chalcopyrite, resulting in broad intervals of low level (0.2 to 0.4%) copper mineralisation.