South Australia


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South Australia

A state of southern Australia on the Indian Ocean. It was founded as a British colony in 1836. Adelaide is the capital and largest city.
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South Australia

n
(Placename) a state of S central Australia, on the Great Australian Bight: generally arid, with the Great Victoria Desert in the west central part, the Lake Eyre basin in the northeast, and the Flinders Ranges, Murray River basin, and salt lakes in the southeast. Capital: Adelaide. Pop: 1 650 600 (2013 est). Area: 984 395 sq km 380 070 (sq miles)
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South′ Austral′ia


n.
a state in S Australia. 1,474,000; 380,070 sq. mi. (984,380 sq. km). Cap.: Adelaide.
South′ Austral′ian, n., adj.
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Noun1.South Australia - a state in south central AustraliaSouth Australia - a state in south central Australia  
Australia, Commonwealth of Australia - a nation occupying the whole of the Australian continent; Aboriginal tribes are thought to have migrated from southeastern Asia 20,000 years ago; first Europeans were British convicts sent there as a penal colony
Adelaide - the state capital of South Australia
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I was brought up in the freer, less conventional atmosphere of South Australia, and this English life, with its proprieties and its primness, is not congenial to me.
There is a second line of steamers which connect South Australia with England, but we will draw the larger cover first."
In the first chapter, Berg examines the relevant documents and statements made during the foundational years of South Australia. These documents are sourced from the King, parliaments, governors and commissioners within Australia and England and evidence a clear intention to support the protection and rights of Aboriginal people within their own lands.
Linc Energy Limited (Linc) ((ASX:LNC)(PINK:LNCGY), a Brisbane-based energy company, is establishing a commercial gas-to-liquids plant in South Australia state.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA have denied that Michael Vaughan is set to continue his bid to recover form and confidence in Adelaide.
However evidence from South Australia suggests that non-British immigration was surprisingly common before 1945, particularly before 1901, and that the assumed homogenous British origin population at 1901 and 1945 hid a greater proportion of non-British ancestry than has commonly been assumed.
Drummond, School of Health Sciences, University of South Australia.
Clean-striking left-handers from South Australia who have similar stocky builds and a huge appetite for runs.
South Australia has used CATI during 11 case-control studies of salmonellosis, legionellosis, Q fever, campy-lobacteriosis, Shiga toxin--producing Escherichia coli, and cryptosporidiosis (http ://www.dh.sa.gov.au/pehs/ notifiable-diseases-summary/currentoutbreak-table.htm).
Telecomms company Optus has announced that it has activated its 4,000th Australian mobile base station in Roxby Downs, South Australia.
They were the first Muslims to settle in South Australia in 1866.

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