Synonyms for lohrey or Related words with lohrey
Examples of "lohrey"
– "Groundswell – The Rise of the Greens"
– "Voting for Jesus – Christianity and Politics in Australia"
Andrew Barnard Keith
(born 15 December 1939) is a former Australian politician.
Reading Madame Bovary (2010) is a collection of short stories by Australian author Amanda
. It won the Fiction Prize and Arts Queensland Steele Rudd Australian Short Story Award at the Queensland Premier's Literary Awards in 2011.
received a Bachelor of Arts and a PhD before entering politics. He was elected to the Tasmanian House of Assembly as a Labor member for Wilmot in 1972. He served as Speaker from 1979 to 1980 and also served as a minister, but he was defeated in 1986.
Green Gables has had several long term tenants, an example of whom was Douglas Charles
Smith, a statistician, and his wife, who first rented a flat from Charles Robinson in August 1935. Douglas Smith lived there until his death in 1979.
Theatre Memphis presents an annual production of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol begun by Sherwood
in 1978. In 2010, the show was presented with an all-new redesigned set after the old one had been used for the previous 32 years
Contributors have included Mark Aarons, Waleed Aly, John Birmingham, Peter Conrad, Annabel Crabb, Richard Flanagan, Robert Forster, Anna Funder, Helen Garner, Kerryn Goldsworthy, Ramachandra Guha, Gideon Haigh, M. J. Hyland, Clive James, Kate Jennings, Paul Kelly, Benjamin Law, Amanda
, Mungo MacCallum, Shane Maloney, Robert Manne, David Marr, Maxine McKew, Drusilla Modjeska, Peter Robb, Kevin Rudd, Margaret Simons, Tim Soutphommasane, Lindsay Tanner, Malcolm Turnbull and Don Watson.
In her 2006 book, "Voting for Jesus: Christianity and Politics in Australia", academic Amanda
writes that the goal of the dog-whistle is to appeal to the greatest possible number of electors while alienating the smallest possible number. She uses as an example Australian politicians using broadly appealing words such as "family" and "values", which have extra resonance for Christians, while avoiding overt Christian moralizing that might be a turn-off for non-Christian voters.
Carol Middleton in "Overland" was impressed by the stories: "
has a remarkable ability to be lyrical and profound while keeping both feet in the here and now of Australian life. For a ‘literary’ writer, she is refreshingly comfortable with the mundane minutiae of modern life (to-do lists and washing up) and, from there, teases out the themes and issues that lie beneath the surface of contemporary consciousness."
Kalinda Ashton is an Australian writer and academic based in Melbourne, Victoria. She has a doctorate from RMIT University and is the author of the 2009 novel, "The Danger Game", which has been praised by notable Australian authors such as Christos Tsiolkas and Amanda
. The novel was published in the UK in 2011. "The Danger Game" was joint winner of the "Sydney Morning Herald" best young novelist award and, in 2012, a Betty Trask award in the UK.
Theatre Memphis is a non-profit community theatre located in Memphis, Tennessee. As one of the oldest and most successful community theatres in the country, Theatre Memphis has offered an opportunity for people with every degree of talent to become part of the creative process. The building houses two separate stages - the
MainStage, which seats 400, and the smaller black-box theatre, the Next Stage, which seats 100.
Amanda Frances Lillian
(born 13 April 1947) is an Australian writer, and novelist. She completed her education at the University of Tasmania before taking up a scholarship at the University of Cambridge. From 1988 to 1994 she lectured in writing and textual studies at the University of Technology, Sydney. Since 2002 she has held the position of lecturer in School of English, Media Studies and Art History at the University of Queensland in Brisbane.
Many authors have questioned E-Prime's effectiveness at improving readability and reducing prejudice (Lakoff, 1992; Murphy, 1992; Parkinson, 1992; Kenyon, 1992; French, 1992, 1993;
, 1993). These authors observed that a communication under the copula ban can remain extremely unclear and imply prejudice, while losing important speech patterns, such as identities and identification. Further, prejudices and judgments that are made are more difficult to notice or refute. James D. French, a computer programmer at the University of California, Berkeley, summarized ten arguments against E-Prime (in the context of general semantics) as follows:
Theatre Memphis was founded in 1920 and presented three one-act plays as its first performance on May 20, 1921. In 1925, the theatre opened its doors to its first permanent home, housed in a former stable. By 1929, the theatre had moved to its second permanent home on the east wing of the Pink Palace, the unfinished mansion of Piggly Wiggly founder, Clarence Saunders. Eugart Yerian, a graduate of Pasadena Playhouse in California, arrived in 1932 as theatre director and served in that position until 1961. In 1962, Sherwood
was named theatre director where he remained until his retirement in 1995. Theatre Memphis opened its doors on its current location in East Memphis on May 1, 1975.
Anthony Burke received a B.A. (Communications) in 1991 and M.A. by thesis in 1994 from the University of Technology Sydney, where he also tutored and lectured. He studied journalism, creative writing, cultural theory and politics under teachers and intellectuals such as the literary theorist Stephen Muecke, sociologists Jean Martin and Caroline Graham, novelist Amanda
, semiologist Gunther Kress, media theorists Helen Wilson and McKenzie Wark and historians John Docker and Ann Curthoys. His fellow students included writers such as Lindsay Barrett, Fiona Allon, Bernard Cohen, Justine Ettler and Anthony Macris. During this time, until the mid-1990s, he also worked as a human rights activist with campaigns for East Timor, Bougainville, West Papua and Indonesia. In 1991-2 he was a researcher in telecommunications law and policy at the Communications Law Centre, UNSW.
A full-sized flying reproduction of the "Southern Cross" was built in South Australia between 1980 and 1987, and is the largest known reproduction aircraft in the world. Sergeant Anthony
of the Royal Australian Air Force, Aircraft Research and Development Unit (ARDU) oversaw its construction. On 25 May 2002 at Parafield South Australia she lost a main wheel on takeoff. The replica was landed on the one good wheel and the tail, with the pilot keeping the damaged wheel off the ground by keeping the single wing high in the air. When the aircraft stopped the high wing came down and snapped off ~3 m of the wing tip. After considerable negotiation the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) acquired the aircraft from the SA Government in 2010, and the aircraft was transported to HARS Albion Park facility. The replica aircraft is being restored to full airworthy status by HARS volunteers including the handcrafted all wooden spruce and plywood wing. The aircraft carries the original registration of VH-USU.
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