|NOUN || Australia | - |
|SYNO ||Australia | Commonwealth of Australia|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- In March 2006, australia.gov.au was awarded "Best Government Site" by "Australian NetGuide".
- Adam Vella represented Australia in 2016, his third Olympics. https://web.archive.org/web/20160816171036/http://www.shootingaustralia.org/news/2016/shooting-australias-final-two-athletes-nominated/.
- "Ballophilus australiae" is a species of centipede in the genus "Ballophilus". It is found in Australia.
- "Periegops australia" is a species of spider in the genus "Periegops" that is endemic to South East Queensland in Australia.
- "Embelia australiana" is a climbing plant found in rainforests of eastern Australia.
- "Eudonia australialis" is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Achille Guenée in 1854. It is found in Australia.
- Sony Music Australia SoundCloud. "Sony Music Australia."
- "Palaeoechinastacus australianus" is a species of freshwater crayfish known from Early Cretaceous fossils from Victoria, Australia.
- “History of Canada-Australia Relations.” GAC, High Commission of Canada, 17 Nov.
- In June 2016, "My Love Is My Disease" won an award at the "Clipped Music Video Competition" in the category "best music video (australia)" and "Come Alive" won for the category "animation (australia)".
- "Dissomorphia australiaria" is a moth of the family Geometridae first described by Achille Guenée in 1857. It is found in Australia.
- There also exists the "australian tulipwood", "tulipwood trees" the common name of "Harpullia", "Harpullia pendula" (Black or Queensland, Moreton Bay tulipwood) and "Harpullia arborea" (Cooktown tulipwood) or "Harpullia hillii" (Blunt leaf tulipwood) and "Harpullia alata" (Wing-leaved tulipwood) etc.
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