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burro

the Spanish word for donkey; commonly used in North and South America.
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In the early days, all her Burra Bears were made from recycling Fair Isle jumpers.
As part of the airborne EM targeting copper, flight excursions were included to cover the Napoleon's Hat gold target near Burra and testing for manganese extending under cover at Ketchowla also in the Burra region.
The Summer 2005 edition has a wide range on articles on French explorers who names are remembered in Australia; John Glove, the father of Australian landscape painting who arrived in Australia in 1830 aged 63; the Macarthurs of Elizabeth Farm and the Copper Train from Kapunbda to Burra.
The Burra Bungalow is set 3,700 feet above sea level by the Kanchenjunga mountains.
Replete with an appendix for the Burra Charter, this accessibly written book seeks both to analyse and explain the lively cultural role that archaeology can play.
Of their brief managing job at Burra Bee Dee Aboriginal station, near Coonabarabran.
As well as the walks, we enjoyed an evening slide show explaining the history of Binna Burra, and indulged in a bush breakfast in Bellbird Clearing followed by a swift skim over the grassy slope on a flying fox.
Singh and Neera Burra (eds), Women and Wasteland Development in India.
Road pavement has failed due to heavy vehicles from Burra Foods.
Burra have brushed all contenders aside this campaign, only South Beach taking a point off them.
The show also looks at their connection with European artists, including stand-out art by Pablo Picasso, Edward Burra, Wyndham Lewis and Surrealists John Armstrong and Merlyn Evans.
She was carrying 520 tons of copper ore from the newly opened Burra Burra mine in South Australia and 120 bales of wool.