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Bill Hunter talks about Priscilla
Bill Hunter talks about his role in Priscilla Queen of the desert.
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Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Online Learning and Community Cohesion
This book contains a concise text on obstetrics and gynaecology along with self-assessment material specially designed to be of maximum benefit to the student during self-directed learning and exam preparation.
National governments and multi-national institutions are spending unprecedented amounts of money on ICT on improving the overall quality of school learning, and schools are increasingly expected to prepare young people for a global economy in which inter-cultural understanding will be a priority. This book explores and analyzes the ways ICT has been used to promote citizenship and community cohesion in projects that link together schools in different parts of the world. It examines the theoretical framework behind such work and shows the impact of initiatives in the Middle East, Canada, the USA, England, Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and elsewhere in the European Union. This is a critical examination of the technologies that have been deployed, the professional development...
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Bill Hunter (actor) - Wikipedia
William John Hunter (27 February 1940 – 21 May 2011) was an Australian actor of film, stage and television, who was also prominent as a voice-over artist.
Paying Your Water Bill - Hunter Water
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Owls are medium to large birds with strong talons, a downward-curved bill, acute hearing and keen eyesight.
Most owls are nocturnal hunters that locate their prey using a combination of sight and sound.
Their eyes are large, enabling them to gather ample light under dim conditions.
Owls' eyes face forward, giving them binocular vision, a characteristic that helps them sight their prey with great accuracy.
Owls also have sharp hearing. Their ear openings are located asymmetrically on either side of their head, a configuration that gives them three-dimensional sound perception and enables them to pinpoint the slightest scuffle or rustle made by potential prey.
Owls have a distinct profile, their posture is upright and they have a large head. They have a short tail and broad wings. Their plumage is soft and dense and their flight feathers are specialized for silent flight.
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The old downtown Las Vegas, Fremont Street was the traditional center of activity. The first hotel and first casino in the city was built here in the 1910s and 1920s respectively. By the 1950s, it was synonymous with the glamor and energy of Las Vegas, with such legendary casinos as Binion's Horseshoe, Four Queens, and Golden Nugget while "Vegas Vic", the Las Vegas Cowboy, beckoned visitors to the Pioneer Club. The bright neon quickly gave Fremont Street the nickname, "Glitter Gulch". Dozens of media portrayals were set here, from Elvis Presley's Viva Las Vegas to the James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever to the U2 video for "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For".
On the far right is the red lights of Fremont Casino, opened in 1956 as the tallest building in Nevada, expanding in 1963 and again in 1974.
Left of that is Binion's Horseshoe, which opened in 1951 under "colorful" "cowboy" and Dallas mob boss Benny Binion after...
The magpie goose (Anseranas semipalmata) is the sole living representative species of the family Anseranatidae. This common waterbird is found in northern Australia and southern New Guinea. As the species is prone to wandering, especially when not breeding, it is sometimes recorded outside its core range. The species was once also widespread in southern Australia, but disappeared from there largely due to the drainage of the wetlands where the birds once bred. The Kunwinjku of western Arnhem Land know this bird as Manimanuk. It became an important food item with the formation of wetlands about 1500 ya, and is depicted in rock art from this period. Mimi figures are often shown holding goose-feather fans.
Magpie geese are unmistakable birds with their black and white plumage and yellowish legs. The feet are only partially webbed, and the magpie goose feeds on vegetable matter in the water, as well as on land. Males are larger than females. Unlike true geese, their moult is...
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