Down Under Shorts

DownUnder. Shorts. Stories to read whilethey're fumigating your pants Copyright
© 2010 Gerry Burke All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or
reproduced by any means, graphic, electronic,or mechanical, including ...

Author: Gerry Burke

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1450209491

Category: Fiction

Page: 156

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As the song says: I come from a land Down-Under. However, my short stories and opinion pieces are truly international and you are sure to be enthralled as I plunder the possibilities, probabilities and potential of all things relating to politics, entertainment, sport and travel; all the issues that you care about. •Share my bizarre lifestyle and amazing world wide adventures. Nothing will prepare you for this. •Discover what my crazy friends and acquaintances are doing. With and without their pants on! •This publication is more illuminating than a Chinese Fortune Cookie. And just as witty. There were celebrity revelations in my first book that were absolutely unbelievable. This mouth-watering sequel will give you all this and more. Come with me on my journey and discover what a funny world we live in.

Australia Our Neighbor down Under

TO THE LEADER The material in Australia , Our Neighbor " Down Under " gives
an interesting account of social and historical facts about Australia . In proportion
to its population , Australia has made large contributions to the war . Australia is ...

Author: American Historical Association. Historical Service Board



Category: Australia

Page: 60

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Australia Anticipating Change Down Under

Author: Business International Asia/Pacific Ltd



Category: Australia

Page: 181

View: 574

Economics Down Under

Author: Richard Murray Morris


ISBN: 9780730307495

Category: Australia


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Down Under

"Examines the vanishing culture of the Tiwi tribe, aborigines who live on a small island off the coast of Australia"--Provided by publisher.

Author: Jan Reynolds


ISBN: 9781600601262

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 470

"Examines the vanishing culture of the Tiwi tribe, aborigines who live on a small island off the coast of Australia"--Provided by publisher.

Avian Anatomy Integument

... mcdian primary down Under mcdian primary coveri Under minor primary
coverts - 1st Under proximal primary I down II III ' . row Under marginal coverts of
preparagium Under prepatagial apterium Under forearm apterium Lateral
pectoral ...

Author: Alfred Martin Lucas



Category: Birds

Page: 750

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Australia Life Down Under

Author: Dieter-Hermann Düwel





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100 Dream Houses from Down Under

Author: Robyn Beaver

Publisher: Images Publishing

ISBN: 9781864703016

Category: Architecture

Page: 348

View: 900

This book looks exclusively at the finest examples of contemporary residences from Australian & New Zealand designers and architects

God Down Under

Author: Winifred Wing Han Lamb

Publisher: ATF Press

ISBN: 9781920691141

Category: Religion

Page: 269

View: 221

The papers in this volume of essays arose out of a lively conversation involving theologians, religuious leaders, biblical scholars, historians, philosophers, ethicists, youth workers, poets and welfare activists in Canberra in 2000.

Green Urbanism Down Under

Author: Timothy Beatley

Publisher: Island Press

ISBN: 9781597268622

Category: Architecture

Page: 280

View: 257

In this immensely practical book, Timothy Beatley sets out to answer a simple question: what can Americans learn from Australians about “greening” city life? Green Urbanism Down Under reports on the current state of “sustainability practice” in Australia and the many lessons that U.S. residents can learn from the best Australian programs and initiatives. Australia is similar to the United States in many ways, especially in its “energy footprint.” For example, Australia’s per capita greenhouse gas emissions are second only to those of the United States. A similar percentage of its residents live in cities (85 percent in Australia vs. 80 percent in the United States). And it suffers from parallel problems of air and water pollution, a national dependence on automobiles, and high fossil fuel consumption. Still, after traveling throughout Australia, Beatley finds that there are myriad creative responses to these problems—and that they offer instructive examples for the United States. Green Urbanism Down Under is a very readable collection of solutions. Although many of these innovative solutions are little-known outside Australia, they all present practical possibilities for U.S. cities. Beatley describes “green transport” projects, “city farms,” renewable energy plans, green living programs, and much more. He considers a host of public policy initiatives and scrutinizes regional and state planning efforts for answers. In closing, he shares his impressions about how Australian results might be applied to U.S. problems. This is a unique book: hopeful, constructive, and filled with ideas that have been proven to work. It is a “must read” for anyone who cares about the future of American cities.

Digging It Up Down Under

While this is still under debate, at present Brown's conclusions hold, making Kow
Swamp 5, dated at around 13,000 BP, one of the earliest examples of this
practice anywhere in the world. It is rock art, however, that holds the clearest
evidence ...

Author: Claire Smith

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387352635

Category: Social Science

Page: 325

View: 739

This field manual provides essential background information for those interested in undertaking archaeology in Australia. Professional archaeologists provide their personal tips for working in each state and territory, dealing with a living heritage, working with Aboriginal peoples, and coping with Australian conditions. Grounded in the social, political and ethical issues that inform Australian archaeology today, this book is also packed with practical advice.

100 Top Houses from Down Under

Author: Robyn Beaver

Publisher: Images Publishing

ISBN: 9781864701418

Category: Architecture

Page: 347

View: 700

100 Top Houses from Down Under is a collection of 100 projects from the best architects and interior designers in Australia and New Zealand. Included are: beach bachs, city apts, country retreats, suburban homes with a twist, holiday shacks, and much more.

Mr Micawber Down Under

The ever optimistic Mr Micawber bids a fond farewell to David Copperfield, taking his family to Australia, confident their lives will change for the better.

Author: David Barry

Publisher: Ulverscroft Large Print Books

ISBN: 9781444813142

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

View: 215

The ever optimistic Mr Micawber bids a fond farewell to David Copperfield, taking his family to Australia, confident their lives will change for the better. However, florid language and optimism is not enough to survive the brash life of Melbourne in 1855. Visits from the bailiffs, rent arrears, and his daughter Emma's betrothal to his landlord's son, all complicate Micawber's life. However, when his son Wilkins introduces a young man with an ambiguous past, who also has designs on Emma, it becomes even more tangled. Micawber turns detective, but will the mystery he uncovers threaten even his optimism and integrity?

Going Down Under Over

Down. Under. -. Under. Over. When I went to Australia, I thought that what I had to
share would be the trip. I knew when I was planning to leave, that God wanted
me to share the trip. I did not realize that sharing the trip was not to share what ...

Author: Tania Goody

Publisher: Booktango

ISBN: 1468922726

Category: Religion


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This book is about walking in faith and allowing God to do the impossible in your life.

Expedition Down Under

When Dorothy Ann and the other kids in Ms. Frizzle's class go in search of the kookaburra, they end up in Australia, where they encounter a herd of kangaroo and a Tasmanian devil.

Author: Rebecca Carmi

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 9780439204248

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 87

View: 451

When Dorothy Ann and the other kids in Ms. Frizzle's class go in search of the kookaburra, they end up in Australia, where they encounter a herd of kangaroo and a Tasmanian devil.

Roses Down Under

Roses Down Under follows the way roses may have been introduced into both
countries where they not indigenous. In each country enthusiastic gardeners and
Rosarians such as Alister Clark and Ron Bell in Australia and Ken Nobbs and ...

Author: Dawn Eagle

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1483692582

Category: Gardening

Page: 122

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The rose is undoubtedly the most popular garden flower in the world. When settlers came from the Northern Hemisphere to Australia and New Zealand they brought their treasured roses with them. Roses Down Under follows the way roses may have been introduced into both countries where they not indigenous. In each country enthusiastic gardeners and Rosarians such as Alister Clark and Ron Bell in Australia and Ken Nobbs and Sam McGredy in New Zealand were inspired to develop their own varieties. There is a chapter dealing with the complexities of hybridisation, going through the process step by step, so the reader can follow in their footsteps. Various rose breeders from both countries, both professional and amateur, are listed, together with numerous photographs of their significant varieties. These illustrate the differences, as well as the similarities, of roses produced in Australia and New Zealand since the days of the first settlers. The Victoria State Rose Garden at Werribee, outside Melbourne, has been chosen to represent the large number of rose gardens in Australia, with many photographs illustrating the diverse collection of roses growing there. In New Zealand, the Trevor Griffiths Rose Garden in Timaru was chosen because of the comprehensive nature of roses planted in that very interesting garden. The final chapter asks where roses will be in the future. Will varieties produced in each country be similar, or very different? One thing is sure. They will always be, for gardeners, the Queen of Flowers.

Bazaars Down Under

In the sunrays slanting down the canopies , the smells of spices and perfumes ,
the cries of sellers and the rhythmic sounds from the local artisan ' s toolsbazaars
or shopping districts reflect a place and its people . Bazaars Down Under tries to

Author: R. Kapur

Publisher: Popular Prakashan

ISBN: 9788179912591

Category: Bazaars (Markets)

Page: 158

View: 520

In Australian context.

Danger Down Under

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Author: Paul L. Holbert

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462831141

Category: Fiction

Page: 357

View: 711

Most people look forward to their annual vacations. Some want to relax and do nothing while others seek the thrill of diving with man-eating sharks or bungee jumping from a suspension bridge high above a rock canyon to stir up their paltry existence. In Danger Down Under, a group of ordinary people from different walks of life find themselves in an extraordinary position. After recently leaving the military, Gary and his wife Amanda are hoping a vacation to Australia will mend their strained marriage. A day of charter fishing ends with them stranded by a storm on a small island with six fellow vacationers, none of who had any such activities in their getaway plans. Its the kind of thing that would make a body hire a new travel agent. While the group of castaways deal with their survival situation, Dr. Larry Williams, a scientist studying marine life off the northern coast of Australia discovers an unusual chemical imbalance of unknown origin in many of his specimens. As he searches for the cause, local residents began to disappear throwing a panic into the police department and the authorities mobilize to join in on the quest for answers. Research leads Dr. Williams to a library in Sydney that hints of a convoy from Germany sunk in 1943 by the American Navy on its way to Japan with a cargo of nerve agent. He also finds corroborating evidence from the local hotel manager whose uncle served as a coast watcher and begins to expose the cover up of a leak that is causing genetic aberrations in the water; one of which is an over sized Komodo Dragon. Mysteriously the uncle is poisoned. Concern over the fate of the shipwrecked tourists grows as the police deal with missing people from the town and Lieutenant Harry Morgan, commander of the search and rescue station, sends several vessels out to comb the area. Little does Dr. Williams know that there are forces at work trying to hamper his research and prevent him from learning any more than he already has. He eventually convinces his friend Captain Dave Weeks, an Army officer stationed in Hawaii, to listen to his conscience and help him expose the cover up. Risking his career and prison, Captain Weeks steals secret files about the convoy and leaves for Australia to assist the scientist. As science and government head on a collision course, the creature prowling the strait in search of food terrorizes Gary and his fellow castaways. It has developed a healthy appetite for human flesh by the way. Concerned that their safety is in jeopardy they decide to launch Gary out in their life raft to hopefully run down a passing boat or plane only to have him pounded by a storm. He is finally picked up by one of Lieutenant Morgans cutters but, thanks to the storm, no longer knows which direction he came from. The story comes to a head when Gary attempts to lead a rescue mission back for his wife and her fellow castaways before government agents can find them. Standing in their way is the government bureaucracy that wants to keep the secret intact and the creature that mans indifference has created. No boring 35mm vacation slides from this trip.

Gardening Down Under

Small beds can have individual covers, but larger operations are best conducted
under cover. It is best to isolate the bed from the soil below. The earthworms in
beds constructed on or sitting on soil may abscond if you do not feed them well!

Author: Kevin Handreck

Publisher: Landlinks Press

ISBN: 0643102582

Category: Science

Page: 304

View: 216

This fully revised edition of Kevin Handreck’s classic best-seller contains a wealth of information for practical gardeners. It will enable you to improve the worst of soils, choose the best fertiliser for particular plants and minimise water use. It also contains a comprehensive guide to managing potted plants. Here also are the basics of soil, composting, fertilisers and potting mixes, as well as simple tests and colour guides to nutrient deficiencies. Gardening Down-Under covers much practical information left out by other gardening books.

Royce s Voyage Down Under

He reported achieving significant philosophical growth while voyaging “down
under” in the South Seas. To investigate this report, the present study tries to
measure Royce's growth in metaphysics, ethics, and sociopolitical thought during
his ...

Author: Frank M. Oppenheim

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 0813164060

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 134

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Josiah Royce's voyage to the South Seas in 1888, undertaken on his physician's advice, restored the philosopher to full physical and mental vigor. What is not so well known is that after a few months of sailing Royce began to "bag new game," as he put it, in his philosophical pursuits. Frank M. Oppenheim examines Royce's writings from this year of travel, including his correspondence and the notes he made on his reading, and finds there the seeds of much of his later thought. While Professor Oppenheim is careful not to overstate the importance of this year of travel in the development of Royce's philosophy, he shows without question that the period was fruitful both intellectually and psychologically. His thoughtful analysis gives us a fuller appreciation of the philosopher and the man.