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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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LOS ANGELES -- Western Australia's first Trade and Investment Office in the United States is open for business, following the official launch in Los Angeles today by the Western Australian State Development Minister, Alan Carpenter.
B) is pleased to announce the US launch of wines from Houghton, Western Australia's most-awarded winery.
The bidding team has been carefully shaped to ensure it meets ownership caps on Australia's flag carrier, which require the airline to remain majority Australian-owned, with no individual shareholder owning more than 25 percent.
If America's timing was, to put it mildly, undiplomatic, Australia's response has been, to put it equally mildly, robust.
This includes last-mile Fibre-to-the-Building (FttB) coupled with one of Australia's largest DSL broadband networks.
Biotechnology is one of Australia's fastest growing and most exciting industries and BioRegs Online will enable enhanced access and understanding in the areas of technology licensing, intellectual property, and business for companies wanting to tap into the rich opportunities in the Australian sector.
Venting methane is a traditional mine safety practice that accounts for 4 percent of Australia's greenhouse gas emissions.
The addition of Pyramid servers will complement Fujitsu/ICL Australia's existing mainframe product lines, offering a mid-to-high end UNIX solution.
Cardiovascular disease is Australia's largest health problem with over 52,000 deaths in 1998 alone.
Australia Network - Australia's international satellite channel - is brought to you by Australia's largest and most trusted broadcaster, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
In the last few years, paleontologists have uncovered an unusually rich and well-preserved collection of fossils of snakes, bats, marsupials and other animals from the last 15 million years, which promises to greatly enhance understanding of several members of Australia's fauna.
See Australia's outback onboard the famous Ghan or snorkel the Great Barrier Reef with Barefoot Cruises with bids starting from $1.

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