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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bushwalk.

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Examples

  • The crisp mountain air, the long bushwalks, the dappled sunshine on the Bunya Pines from my bedroom window and the log fire all inspired a trip down memory lane – or as Mystic Medusa terms it productive nostalgia.

    Productive Nostalgia « Write Anything

  • Then a Hare Krishna vegan yoga retreat for 3 days doing yoga 5 hours a day and bushwalks the rest of the time.

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  • There is an optional helicopter flight over the Mitchell Plateau for views of the impressive four-tiered Mitchell Falls, and bushwalks to idyllic swimming holes.

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  • When you travel to Paris or New York you marvel at their very cosmopolitan-ness, and, cognisant that we can never compete on the same level, take solace in our superior bushwalks.

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  • Mr Smolak has a degree in tourism, spent time as a licensed tour operator running bushwalks and has also worked as a contractor for Parks Victoria.

    The Advertiser - Front Page

  • A NSW coroner is expected to recommend sweeping changes to the way emergency call centres and student bushwalks are run to prevent any repeat of a teenager's lonely death.

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  • It has changed the way it manages its Duke of Edinburgh scheme by outsourcing bushwalks to outdoor expedition companies.

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  • The inquest was told unsupervised bushwalks were no longer permitted under the scheme, but had been allowed in 2006.

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  • Mr Forbes said he had approved unsupervised bushwalks prior to David's death, but had not arranged for students to telephone him daily, as was required for such expeditions.

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  • There, he will visit cousins and may embark on the bushwalks he had planned to take before he was delayed in the Blue Mountains.

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