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Austral

The former currency of Argentina. It was introduced in 1985, replacing the peso argentine. It was subject to hyperinflation for its history and was replaced by the Argentine peso in 1991.
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The lack of significance of the relationship between IGR of austral hake and sea temperature has been previously described for larval hake elsewhere (Cass-Calay, 1997; Brown et al., 2004; Alvarez & Cotano, 2005).
Crown Point Energy Inc.'s exploration and development activities are focussed in two basins in Argentina, the Austral basin in the province of Tierra del Fuego and the NeuquAaAaAeA@n basin, in the province of Mendoz
What's more, members of the Flying Blue loyalty programmes for Air France and Capricorne for Air Austral will now have the opportunity to earn miles or points on all codeshare flights.
"The specialisms and expertise of all the staff at Austral Ryley will compliment the knowledge and knowhow on offer at JW Hinks.
According to the terms of the contract, Origin receives the majority ownership of Energia Austral and will progressively invest over the next several years, project development costs of USD75m for the completion of a detailed project feasibility study.
Origin acquired a 51 per cent interest in Energia Austral from Xstrata.
Commissioned by Austral Bricks to mark the firm's centenary, this substantial, superbly illustrated, elegantly written and handsomely presented book provides a detailed narrative history of brick manufacture in Sydney from the first weeks of European occupation.
These agreements, covering Airbus A330-200, A330-300 and Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, are with Vietnam Airlines, Sichuan Airlines, KLM, Air France, Alitalia, Air Austral, Hawaiian Airlines and Air Canada.