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a monetary unit of Argentina, equal to 100 centavos: replaced the peso in 1985.
Whilst that in the other hemisphere he calls south, austral or antarctic.
Makers of Electricity Brother Potamian
Certainly he was not on board the austral, as I took my passage in her to Adelaide.
Christopher Crayon’s Recollections J. Ewing Ritchie
On the whole, a more cheerless life than that of the people of this austral capital would be hard to imagine.
The Gold Diggings of Cape Horn John R. Spears
Situated as it were in the centre of this austral Ocean, the future highway of the world, it is accessible from all quarters.
Under the Southern Cross Maturin M. Ballou
The austral and the Orient can be moored alongside natural wharves in the very heart of the city.
Town Life in Australia R. E. N. (Richard) Twopeny
I have never been actually to Southfields, but I suppose a scheme of lemons and olives represent their austral instincts.
The Napoleon of Notting Hill Gilbert K. Chesterton
Precisely the same argument applies to the austral negro and the Hottentot.
The Story of the Earth and Man J. W. Dawson
The austral land is referred to as “Terra australis nuper inventa, sed nondum plene examinata.”
Terrestrial and Celestial Globes Vol I Edward Luther Stevenson
In general, the austral regions had very few annuals, and among their restricted number none offered evident advantages.
Origin of Cultivated Plants Alphonse De Candolle
The austral Ocean alone exceeds in extent all other seas together, and covers almost one-half of the entire globe.
The Sea Jules Michelet
of or coming from the south: austral winds
noun (pl) -trales (-trɑːlɛs)
a former monetary unit of Argentina equal to 100 centavos, replaced by the peso
1540s, from Latin australis, from auster (see auster).
Relating to the south or to southern regions of the globe.
- Austral islands
plural noun another name for the Tubuai Islands
, New Zealand, and neighboring islands in the S Pacific Ocean. Contemporary Examples A point I made in my 2007 book Comeback: back in 1985, NATO plus Japan plus Australasia produced 50% of world GDP. Is Decline Optional? David Frum February 15, 2012 Historical Examples Thus South America and Australasia alone are left as the […]
, New Zealand, and neighboring islands in the S Pacific Ocean. Contemporary Examples That picture has now become the image by which the whole australasian tour will be remembered. Kate Middleton’s History of Flesh-Flashing Wardrobe Malfunctions Tom Sykes May 28, 2014 australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 24 (4), 355-373. 15 Signs You’ll Raise a Genius […]
a continent SE of Asia, between the Indian and the Pacific oceans. 2,948,366 sq. mi. (7,636,270 sq. km). Commonwealth of, a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, consisting of the federated states and territories of Australia and Tasmania. 2,974,581 sq. mi. (7,704,165 sq. km). Capital: Canberra. Contemporary Examples Princes William and Harry have just recorded […]