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A popular term referring to the appearance of blood vessels, in particular of the retina, which are easily visualised and which have discontinuous (segmented) columns of blood fancifully likened to trucks (also known as railway cars) on a railway; trucking is regarded as a post-mortem finding
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This brief sketch of market gardening in the Braidwood goldfields highlights several aspects relevant to market gardening generally in Australia: first, the frustrating paucity of contemporary archival accounts; second, and related to the above, the importance of anecdotal evidence and the process of verification by physical survey, without which the scale and diversity of operations could only be guessed at; third, the diversity of technologies used for water management; and fourth, the ubiquitousness of Chinese market gardening.
Evidence of rural pursuits other than market gardening is more difficult to obtain.
Here several thousand Chinese men were employed in land clearing (scrub cutting and ringbarking), market gardening, and ancillary activities.
Chinese involvement in market gardening was an important activity in most areas of NSW, including the and far west.