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kurrajong

brachychitonpopulneum.
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This is exemplified by the line in (18), the opening song of the series, which refers to the main Antarrengeny totem, the desert kurrajong tree, and specifically where the ancestral women saw and heard its empty seedpods.
When the company was later disbanded, James was given 60 acres of land at Kurrajong, which he sold the next year for 330 [pounds sterling], (60) despite the regulation that these grants could not be sold before seven years passed.
Separately yesterday, fires forced dozens of residents from homes in Kurrajong, in the Blue Mountains, 31 miles north-west of Sydney, as well as from homes in bushland along the Hawkesbury River, 25 miles north of Sydney.
The Cumberland Plain Woodland is found on shale soils of a lowland area bounded by Parramatta and Penrith (east-west) and Kurrajong and Picton (north-south).
We no longer look at St Peter's Anglican Church at Richmond just as an example of Francis Clarke's architecture and compare it with his only other church at St Marys: now we also go down to the lowlands, along the old Kurrajong Road and round on the lanes to plot the glimpses of the church through vegetation growth and housing development.
Hann's party encountered Aborigines while travelling across the northern part in June 1903 and in August 1907; 'We saw one camp, they had been chewing Kurrajong bark for water'.
Dozens of people fled their homes in the Blue Mountains town of Kurrajong, 31 miles north west of Sydney.