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


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  • 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.

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  • 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.

  • 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. - Stuff

  • 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.

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  • 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. news business sport the Daily Telegraph newspaper Sunday Telegraph


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