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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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Similarly, the discussion of the 'Importance of Sport' in the Commonwealth of Australia's (2008) Directions Paper, Australian Sport: Emerging Challenges, New Directions (produced under the Rudd administration), states,
Suspension of the payment ensued for people entering an asylum or institution, people with criminal convictions, people convicted of disorderly conduct due to alcoholism and people who deserted their families (Commonwealth of Australia 1908d:
Department of Health (2013a), Annual Medicare Statistics (website), Commonwealth of Australia. Available at:
In order to prevent student confusion, teachers need to reproduce symbols and abbreviations correctly in teacher-generated materials, bearing in mind the conventions referred to in this article and in the style manual (Commonwealth of Australia, 2002).
These scenarios are not child centred and starkly contrast with the pedagogical and curriculum approaches outlined in the EYLF (Commonwealth of Australia, 2009); the Educators' Guide--Educators' belonging being and becoming: Educators guide to the EYLF for Australia (Commonwealth of Australia, 2010c) and the recent nationally distributed Reflect Respect Relate (Department of Education and Children's Services, 2011), all of which position relationships as central to quality early childhood education.
Australia's Future Tax System (AFTS) (2010c) Report to the Treasurer, December 2009: Part Two--Detailed Analysis, Part 2 of 2 (released 2 May), Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra.
Her I honour cited with approval the conclusion of Gleeson CJ in Plaintiff 5157/2002 v Commonwealth of Australia. (53) that the effect of these provisions is to bestow upon the judiciary a 'constitutional jurisdiction to enforce the law so enacted' of which it cannot be deprived.
Commonwealth of Australia 1937 Aboriginal Welfare: Initial conference of Commonwealth and State Aboriginal authorities held at Canberra, 21-23 April 1937, Commonwealth Government Printer, Canberra.
(3) 'Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme: Green Paper,' July 2008, Department of Climate Change, Commonwealth of Australia.
1900 -- The Commonwealth of Australia was proclaimed.

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