from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southeast Australia north-northwest of Melbourne. It was founded in 1851 during the Australian gold rush. Population: 81,900.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A rough fur cap named from a noted English pugilist.


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  • In Bendigo, which is not too far away, a new mine was established and they are now getting very good gold with the discovery of a rich new seam.

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  • The cathedral city, officially known as Bendigo, is situated about one hundred miles directly north of Melbourne, in a shallow basin surrounded by an amphitheatre of gently-rising hills rich in gold, discovered in the district in 1852.

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  • Floating high above to the far right is half of a bridge span ( "Bendigo," 2009, birch and maple construction).

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  • But the zoning has meant cities such as Bendigo are in the same category as towns such as

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  • The allocated spectrum, in the 2100MHz range, grants Optus the ability to extend 3G mobile coverage to rural and regional areas such as Bendigo, Wagga Wagga, Tamworth, Albury, Dubbo,

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  • But smaller banks such as Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, and Bank of Queensland, failed to recover ground lost in early trade. | Top Stories

  • When Wayne Swan talks about creating a fifth pillar he is talking about taking a baseball bat to smaller banks like Suncorp Metway, such as Bendigo, Adelaide banks, Members Equity and so on, because once the 800-pound gorilla known as the federal government gets into backing a single entity then that is going to distort competition not enhance competition.

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  • Ms Nixon said some bushfire-affected towns, such as Bendigo and Benalla, had already started the rebuilding process.

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  • Mr Edwards said there were six TV sub-markets in Victoria, such as Bendigo and Gippsland, all of which had different programming and advertising. | Top Stories

  • He said the plan - A New Plan for a Greener Future - could not have come at a more important time for car component manufacturers such as Bendigo's Empire Rubber and Castlemaine's Blade Electric Vehicles.

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