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Kangaroo

Informal; a stock in Australia. It especially refers to a stock on the All Ordinaries Index, which is the most prominent index of Australian stocks. The term is most often used by foreigners outside of Australia.
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Another by Burslem in Roberts, a large 'Plan of Wallaroo: showing the mineral claims, the property of the Duryea Mining Compy', is also unknown in another collection.
Kadina and Wallaroo Times 1942, 'Women Scientists, Urgent Need for their Services', 25 November, p.
In Figure 3, it is evident that protein graph of wallaroo is obviously different from the other species because it is the most remote species from the remaining mammals.
Species identified include: Red kangaroo, common wallaroo, bandicoot, possum, pygmy possum, echidna, bettong, native mouse, rat, gekko, skink, small bird and fish (Table 2), with bone recovered from nearly every spit (Figure 8).
Payton noted that Pryor included Wallaroo and Kadina with Moonta in 'Australia's Little Cornwall' when it suited his purpose.
Easily mounted inside or outside of patient rooms, the WALLaroo 2000 XW features a recessed door area that "clears" the CPU so the unit can be closed and locked when not in use.
WALLAROO KANGAROQ, JACKET POCKET, SHEFFIELD SHIELD (a UK cricket trophy), YELLOW MALLOW, CHANNEL TUNNEL, FLOWER POWER, WHORLLE BOURLLE,
Digital Jesters, a publisher of computer and video games, has announced that it has signed an agreement for Wallaroo Licensing Company's "Crazy Frog" icon.
Answers: 1) kangaroo 2) joey 3) mob 4) boomer 5) wallaroo. Read the sentences together.
This is given as an Aboriginal name for the wallaroo, which is any of several types of large kangaroo.
The kangaroos and wallabies (family Macropodidae) are also represented in Australia's deserts, mainly by the common wallaroo, or euro (Macropus robustus), which is common throughout Australia, and the red kangaroo (M.