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  • "I mean to say," replied Paganel, "that the word Austral that occurs in the document is not a complete word, as we have supposed up till now, but just the root of the word Australie."

    In Search of the Castaways

  • Islands called the Austral Islands, but it would take up too much time to visit them, and so we shape a course for the Tonga or Friendly

    The Cruise of the Mary Rose Here and There in the Pacific

  • The Austral was the feature event of the Revolution Five track meeting, which also featured world champion and Beijing Olympics silver medallist Anna Meares.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • All this appeared very prosperous and pleasant: but we of the initiated into the secrets of character, may reasonably apprehend that Henry's little all would have been safer any where than in Dillaway's possession: and "possession," I am sorry to declare, is a word used advisedly; for Mr. John required a largish floating capital to enable him to go to the desperate lengths he did at hazard and _rouge-et-noir_; and I am afraid that if Mr. or Mr.. Clements were to receive any of those so-called Austral dividends, they would only have been taking three hundred pounds a-year out of their principal moneys in John's immaculate keeping.

    The Complete Prose Works of Martin Farquhar Tupper

  • "Austral," the famous critic, describes him as "having the genius of the game."

    The Art of Lawn Tennis

  • Then the financial crisis hit "and stalled the momentum that Union City had in becoming the new Hoboken," Gene Vazquez, a developer with Austral Construction.

    Tightly Packed Union City Welcomes More

  • Among the newest developments in the city is Union Square, a six-story, 40-unit development on 38th Street built by Austral Construction, where sales began this month.

    Tightly Packed Union City Welcomes More

  • To the north, a vast desert of Pacific Ocean; to the south, the Austral Seas as far as the glacial coasts of Antarctica.

    Richard Bangs: Skullduggery on Easter Island (Part I of II)

  • Ed Striebig , Bentley's regional manager for South East Asia and Austral asia, said the company has a full order book in Australia for the next 15 months for its new Mulsanne grand tourer, which sells for 657,000 Australian dollars, or about US$655,100.

    Australian Car Sales Soar

  • But Lockheed faces competition from Australia's Austral Ltd. for more of them.

    Defense contracting clouds on the horizon

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