Following Heino (2014), we have dubbed this model of development antipodean
Fordism (a term coined loosely by Rolfe, 2003).
THERE may still be sour grapes from our Antipodean
cousins after England regained the Ashes from the Aussies.
Are the Antipodean
teens ready to complete their transformation into the belles of the ball?
Museum, gallery and cultural architecture in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific region; essays in Antipodean
WIMBLEDON have hailed Thursday's all-open race meeting, which was promoted as an 'Antipodean
evening', "a great success" after welcoming a four-figure crowd through the turnstiles, writes Richard Birch.
Among the other notable contenders are antipodean
compatriot Falkirk, 2005 Nunthorpe Stakes heroine La Cucaracha, and Godolphin's Iffraaj.
We appoint some Antipodean
whom none of us can recognise.
The Birmingham-based Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents has been called on to help coach Antipodean
officials responsible for inspecting, supervising and maintaining playgrounds.
Unlike Caesar, Jenkins had no soothsayer to warn him of the Ides of March (March 8-15), the impending assassination led by the Antipodean
Brutus, an offence against friendship.
Though undoubtedly a challenge to design and build, the outcome is a delight--an antipodean
primitive hut for the twenty-first century.
SYDNEY Continuing an upswing in Antipodean
activities of British companies, Carlton has committed to taking world distribution rights for two Oz TV series.