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Fashion of Australia

Fashion of Australia


A hub of fashion and beauty news and inspiration, The Fashion Journo brings you news, reviews, trends, interviews and more from people and places around the world. Think of TFJ as a fashion and beauty publication hosted on a blogging platform. With a strong focus on the Australian fashion and beauty industries, TFJ is a big supporter of up and coming Aussie talent. Focusing…


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Info on Christmas

Info on Christmas


Encyclopedia of Food and Culture COPYRIGHT 2003 The Gale Group Inc. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography. Christmas Allusions-Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary COPYRIGHT 1986 Gale Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography. Christmas. Allusions-Cultural, Literary…


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Australian Indigenous peoples

Australian Indigenous peoples


The traditional lands of the Nyikina people are located in the West Kimberley region of Western Australia. It is because of our birth right that we describe ourselves as Yimarrdoowarra, which means belonging to the Mardoowarra, the Fitzroy River. This sacred river country was one of the last fertile regions of the Australian continent to be invaded and colonized by Europeans…


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Customs procedures

Customs procedures


This topic includes various subjects such as Certificate of Origin, Advance Rulings, NAFTA Claims, Verifications, Determinations, and Appeals to name a few. This information is gathered from a variety of Customs published documents. Advance Rulings An advance ruling is a written document received from the customs authority from a NAFTA country. It provides binding information…


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Traditional clothing of Australia

Traditional clothing of Australia


“AMERICANS are prepared to fight for the right to bear arms. Australians feel more strongly about the right to bare feet. We re prepared to compromise that right only when we need to save our soles from hot sand or rough terrain. Then we wear thongs. Casualness is central to our sense of national identity and the thong is a symbol of that. Let the English be pompous and the…


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Indigenous peoples of Australia

Indigenous peoples of Australia


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Aboriginal ceremonies and Rituals

Aboriginal ceremonies and Rituals


Aboriginal ceremonies have been part of the Aboriginal culture since it began. When talking about history and culture of a certain civilization, rituals and ceremonies of whatever form are one of the topics that catch the interest of many readers. Ceremonies still play a vital part in the Aboriginal culture. They are still practiced in some parts of Australia in the belief…


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Traditional Australian dress

Traditional Australian dress


All brides-to-be dream of the perfect wedding dress, but when looking for *the* one, it’s incredibly difficult to choose something that lives up to expectations. We’ve discovered a bohemian bridal collection that all the stylish boho brides out there will LOVE. From ethereal bridal capes to on-trend two-piece sets, Australian bridal boutique Grace Love Lace is guaranteed to…


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Clearance Australia

Clearance Australia


Your suitability to hold a security clearance is determined after a series of assessments and background checks. These are undertaken to ensure that people entrusted with access to security classified information or resources are eligible, suitable and can be trusted to safeguard them. Security clearances are only required for people who, as part of their work for the Australian…


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Which country celebrates Christmas in summer?

Which country celebrates Christmas in summer?


New Zealand is on the southern hemisphere. Our winter is their summer, so New Zealanders celebrate Christmas in the warm summer sun. Many flowers and trees are in bloom at this time of the year, for example the pohutukawa. The pohutukawa tree grows on the North Island, mainly in coastal areas and has lovely red blossoms. Therefore New Zealanders call the pohutukawa their Christmas…


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