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  • ( "Up rode the squatter, mounted on his thoroughbred") steever: Originally a Dutch coin.

    Children of the Bush

  • There are mony parts of her mind that appear, as I may say, laid waste and decayed, but then there's parts that look the steever, and the stronger, and the grander, because they are rising just like to fragments amaong the ruins o 'the rest.

    The Antiquary

  • There are mony parts of her mind that appear, as I may say, laid waste and decayed, but then there's parts that look the steever, and the stronger, and the grander, because they are rising just like to fragments amaong the ruins o 'the rest.

    The Antiquary — Complete

  • There are mony parts of her mind that appear, as I may say, laid waste and decayed, but then there's parts that look the steever, and the stronger, and the grander, because they are rising just like to fragments amaong the ruins o 'the rest.

    The Antiquary — Volume 02

  • Suppose a cove comes along on a blazin 'hot day in the drought -- an' _you_ ought to know how hell-hot it can be out here -- an 'he dumps his swag in the corner of the bar; an' he turns round an 'he ses ter me, "Look here boss, I ain't got a lonely steever on me, an' God knows when I'll git one.

    Children of the Bush

  • I may say, laid waste and decayed, but then there’s parts that look the steever, and the stronger, and the grander, because they are rising just like to fragments amaong the ruins o’ the rest.

    The Antiquary

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