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Australia,

a continent commonly referred to as "the land down under."
Australian antigen - hepatitis B antigen first identified in serum of Australian aborigines.
Australian Q fever - acute rickettsial infection transmitted by ticks and caused by Coxiella burnetii, most often found in Australian bandicoots.
Australian X disease - Synonym(s): Murray Valley encephalitis
Australian X disease virus - Synonym(s): Murray Valley virus
Australian X encephalitis - Synonym(s): Murray Valley encephalitis
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DTZ Australia Residential Valuation will merge with the existing CBRE office in Western Australia and adopt the CBRE brand.
Following its rejection of the initial takeover bid early yesterday, the Qantas board last night unanimously accepted a revised and higher offer from Airline Partners Australia, the consortium led by Australia's Macquarie Bank and Texas Pacific Group of the US.
14) Setting the history of Britain in the wider geographical framework of empire draws attention to the very wide range of transnational movements involved in the history of domestic service in the nineteenth century, and especially the migration of British and Irish women to Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa.
Three loops are currently being offered from North Asia to Australia - a South China - Australia loop, a North China - Australia loop, and a Japan - Korea - Australia - South China loop.
Claims that Australia wastes billions in administrative costs are unfounded, with Australia at the low end of the OECD range.
England 1 Australia 4 2001 Australia, who at this time were at the peak of their powers, should have won the series 5-0.
Sam Di-Giacomo, director of Cottman Australia and Advance Healthcare, said: "We currently do not distribute generic versions of the five chemotherapy drugs so our Genepharm collaboration is a big positive for both businesses.
It is somewhat surprising that Australia has not taken to its own species with the same alacrity as other continents such as South America and Africa, or Asian countries such as China, Vietnam and Thailand.
Australia has more than 70 arboviruses, but relatively few cause human disease (27,28).
Information about past conditions in central Australia comes from sediments in Lake Eyre--a dry lake bed in the heart of the continent.
is a public company, it is incorporated in Australia where the disclosure rules regarding executive pay are not as liberal as those in the United States.
Thirty-five miles northeast of Adelaide, in South Australia, lies the Barossa wine region.

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