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  • adj. Relating to Australia and the its surrounding regions of New Guinea, Indonesia, and the south west Pacific Ocean.

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Examples

  • We recently announced a plan to create long-term Australasian natural gas business with Origin focused on coalbed methane production and liquefied natural gas processing and sales and expect to close this here in the next week or so.

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  • By this time the Australasian was a quarter of a mile away in front of them, and her lights were beginning to become stationary as she slowly slowed and reversed engines.

    The Great Taboo

  • When a stranger makes his appearance, or when the hour of feeding arrives, the howl of the Australasian is the first sound that is heard, and it is louder than all the rest.

    The Dog

  • Litoria genus, also known as Australasian tree frogs.

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  • Originally, the tournament was called the Australasian Championship.

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  • The original tournament was called the Australasian Tennis Championship and was held in

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  • In Australia as in other Dominions there were differences of opinion over the war or, at least, as to the measure of obligation which rested upon the Dominions but there was as great unanimity of feeling as in Great Britain, for there is no considerable population in the Commonwealth or in New Zealand that is not British in birth or orgin and devotion to the Mother Country and the Empire was beyond all other considerations the sentiment which called the Australasian people to exertion and sacrifice.

    Australia As I Saw It

  • One 'Australasian' was left particularly upset by his country's last-gasp equaliser against Slovakia yesterday after it cost him the NZ$40,000 he placed on Slovakia to win in the 87th minute of the game.

    Provocatively Clad Lovely Girls; and A Cattle-Prod To The Netherlands

  • Excluding capital gains from disposals such as Australasian-based drinks business Frucor and Britannia operations in India, net profit rose 3% to €722 million from €701 million.

    Danone's Net Rises 6% on Capital Gains, Lower Costs

  • They want closer integration and a Trans-Tasman partnership into third markets, whether it is an 'Australasian' clean energy mission to Chile or more collaboration between the two nations and their trade agencies in the ASEAN markets.

    Australian Government Media Releases [All Portfolios]

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