/chryso·tile/ (kris´o-tīl) the most widely used form of asbestos, a gray-green magnesium silicate in the serpentine class of asbestos; its dust may cause asbestosis or, rarely, mesotheliomas or other lung cancers.
Sport and Recreation Minister Mick Murray today joined Darling Range MLA Barry Urban at Mundijong Pavilion and Oval to announce funding for the Mundijong Serpentine Little Athletics Club and the Mundijong Centrals Football and Sportsman's Club.
Wiley, who regularly competes in triathlons where a mile swim in the fashion of Swim Serpentine is included, is joining the duo and said: "For me it should be like a training session, although I've been out of action for five months after getting knocked off my bike by a car.
After reinstalling the antenna on 3 July 2014, we recorded part of the emergence using thermal imaging video and determined that the colony was emerging as anticipated through the serpentine configuration instead of avoiding it as observed earlier in the summer.
Fourteen summers have come and gone, and fourteen far-out, high-design pavilions have graced the lawns of the Serpentine Galleries, the tiny bastion of contemporary art in the heart of London's Kensington Gardens.