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  • abbr. The state of Victoria.

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  • Mara spoke to Corinne on the phone, with Claudette listening in, while Shane subsequently called Vic.

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  • Eric D., Monique R., Amy N., Vic., & Jill B., with time and effort you, too, might one day master the pipe cleaner arch.

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  • Westminster (1862) 25, 26, Vic., c. 20, which by sec. 1 forbids the courts in England to issue a writ of habeas corpus into any British possession which has a court with the power to issue such writ.

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  • (Upper and Lower) by the Canadian Statute of 1849, 12, Vic., c.

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  • After sitting on a creek for about an hour, shooting Dragonflies that are always just too far away or light too low to shoot, I gave up, walked away and a bit further up the path @Organ Pipes National park, Vic., one landed on a bush right in front of me.

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  • The Worker Question: A New Historical Perspective on Rerum Novarum, North Blackburn, Vic., Harper Collins.

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  • -- 1993, 'Robert Coupland Harding on design in typography' in An Index of Civilisation: Studies of Printing and Publishing History in Honour of Keith Maslen, ed.R. Harvey, W. Kirsop & B.J. McMullin, Centre for Bibliographical and Textual Studies, Monash University, Clayton, Vic., pp. 187-205.

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  • -- 1993, 'An uncommon press in the Canterbury Museum', in An Index of Civilisation: Studies of Printing and Publishing History in Honour of Keith Maslen, ed.R. Harvey, W. Kirsop & B.J. McMullin, Centre for Bibliographical & Textual Studies, Monash University, Clayton, Vic., pp. 223-233.

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  • Rochester, Vic., the local correspondent reported as follows: -- "The pig industry is becoming of great and growing importance on our irrigation holdings, and that settlers are recognising its great value as an adjunct to dairying is proved by the fact that there are now on the settlements four times as many pigs as there were a year ago.

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