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Matilda Bond

A foreign bond denominated in Australian dollars and traded in Australia. In order to raise capital from Australian investors, a foreign company may choose to sell a bond in Australia. A Matilda bond is also known as a kangaroo bond. See also: Bulldog bond, Samurai bond, Yankee bond.
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The play is based on Roald Dahl's novel about Matilda Wormwood, an unwanted young girl more interested in books than television who later discovers she has telekinesis.
Jacob and Evie, from Marlborough Primary School as Matilda and her rotten dad Harry
But one particular Dahl character can be thanked for its tone - the mischievous Matilda.
Starting the second half, the Matildas applied a fast ball passing and with more attacks when possible.
Professional Footballers Australia, in 2010, similarly decided to represent female players in the W-League and the national team, the Matildas.
Australia recently criticized North Korea, who qualified for London at the expense of the Matildas despite being suspended for the 2015 Women's World Cup over doping violations.
Cleo Demetriou, Kerry Ingram, Sophia Kiely and Eleanor Worthington-Cox for the Matildas in Matilda The Musical at the Cambridge- Best Actress in a Musical
This win was not only' the highest ever accolade for any Australian national football team (male or female), but also guaranteed the Matildas a place in the 2011 FIFA Women's Worm Cup in Germany [where they reached the quarter-finals].
While the ending is neat and comes fairly quickly, the novel is an affirmation for girls interested in the game and with final endnotes of thoughts and comments from the Australian women's team, the Matildas, these add an interesting and informative finale.
TONY Blair and his wife Cherie looked a real couple of Waltzing Matildas when they met their opposite numbers Down Under yesterday.
Kristine Lilly, the last of the 1991 world champions, hit the crossbar in the 75th minute and twice fired just wide, Tiffeny Milbrett was off-target when seeking the upper-left corner in the final minutes, and Matildas midfielder Alicia Ferguson cleared off the line a deflected Shannon Boxx shot in second-half stoppage time.
The Australian women's football team at the Olympics are called the Matildas, the blokes are known as the Olyroos and their under-19 side are called the Joeys.