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“As we approached the Cantonment, I discharged my unloaded barrel at a bird like a thrush in appearance, called a Wattle-bird, from having two little wattles which project from either side of its head.”
“Wattle fluff, Lucy thought as she watched motes of dust in the shaft of light streaming into her kitchen.”
“Vocabulary word for our trolls: Wattle tony and lido”
“Because there are different pigs for different purposes, a number of distinct breeds—Berkshire, Duroc, Gloucestershire Old Spot, Large Black, Tamworth, or Red Wattle—were raised and traded.”
“Wattle trees and mesquite can sink their roots deeper into the soil than indigenous trees, sucking out massive volumes of water and out-competing indigenous plants for nourishment.”
“Is he now through the extraordinarily thin Tory conceits and down to their out of the Ark dodgy Wattle and Daub technology?”
“These are roasted and ground Wattle seeds available from a company called Oz Tukka.”
“After tossing various ideas back and forth I settled for an indigenous ingredient in the form of Wattle seed.”
“The Forestry Laws Amendment Bill proposes changes to sections of the National Forests Act, National Veld and Forest Fire Act, and the Amendment of the Wattle Bark Industry Act. Among other things, the measure seeks to facilitate the resolution of land claims and claimed rights on State Forest land through the establishment of trusts.”
“The input that follows provides a summary of the amendments to the National Forests Act, 1998, National Veld and Forest Fire Act, 1998 and the Wattle Bark Industry Act, 1960.”
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