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Performs commercial banking operations, mortgage banking, credit card services and other related financial activities; provides clearing bank services, trade finance, capital markets services, retail banking services and internet banking and investment services; performs savings bank operations and other related financial

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Noun1. a nation occupying the whole of the australian continent; aboriginal tribes are thought to have migrated from southeastern asia 20,000 years ago; first europeans were british convicts sent there as a penal colony (synonym) commonwealth of australia (hypernym) country, state, land (member-holonym) british Commonwealth, commonwealth of nations (part-holonym) australia (member-meronym) Australian, aussie (part-meronym) Canberra, australian capital, capital of australia (class) bonzer2. the smallest continent; between the south pacific and the indian ocean (hypernym) continent (hyponym) gulf of Carpenteria, carpenteria (part-holonym) eastern hemisphere, orient (part-meronym) Australia, commonwealth of Australia

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Australia, (n.)A country lying in the south Sea, whose industrial and commercial development has been unspeakably retarded by an unfortunate dispute among geographers as to whether it is a continent or an island.   

the Commonwealth of Australia is a country in the southern hemisphere comprising the mainland of the world's smallest continent, the major island of Tasmania and a number of other islands in the Indian, Pacific and Southern Oceans. the neighbouring countries are Indonesia, East Timor and Papua new Guinea to the north, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and New Caledonia to the north-east, and New Zealand to the south-east.

Northern spirit & Australia Birthdate: november 22, 1964Birthplace: Lancashire, EnglandHeight: 179 cmWeight: 82 kgPosition: MidfielderInternational: 25 caps, 1 goalsWorld Cups: 0Previous Clubs: St George, sydney City, sydney Croatia, Lens, Southampton, west ham United, blackburn Rovers, Anderlecht, sydney United, Blacktown, Auburn, Wolverhampton WanderersTransfer Fee: $5.00 millions of dollars robbie is an australian born in great britain that has spetn most of his career in Europe. began in professional soccer with St. george before moving to sydney csc four years later. his first euro-team was RSC Anderlecht of Belgium, in which he won the belgian cup in 1988 and 1989. In the summer of 1990 he returned to RC Lens. made his international debut in 1984.

Glasgow rangers & Australia Birthdate: july 4, 1970Birthplace: Adelaide, AustraliaHeight: 185 cmsWeight: 80 kgsPosition: DefenderInternational: 36 caps, 1 goals (as of september 1, 2000)World Cups: 0Previous Clubs: germinal Ekeren, adelaide City, NAC BredaTransfer Fee: - australian international full-back signed by rangers in june 1997 as a free agent from dutch club NAC Breda. made 62 league appearances for NAC in his two seasons there, scoring four goals from left back. has settled in as a regular contender for a place in Rangers' defence. his elder brother, Aurelio, played for a host of european clubs, including tenerife and Feyernoord..

Celtic & Australia Birthdate: october 9, 1975 Birthplace: Melbourne, AustraliaHeight: 188 cmWeight: 92 kgPosition: centre ForwardInternational: 12 caps, 1 goalsWorld Cups: 0Previous Clubs: Melbourne Knights, croatia Melbourne, croatia ZagrebTransfer Fee: $5.00 millions of dollars the australian star is a forward similar to antique custom. He doesn't has a depurated technical quality, but is a natural fighter, very agressive and do not give a ball for lost. In the 99-00 season his sense for goal was in constant progress, in so much way, that he was voted Players' scottish premier league best player and top scorer of the league. Besides, Larsson's injury has given him more protagonism. In his country he played with 2 teams of the capital, he was player of the year and top goal scorer in 1993. with croatia zagreb in 3 seasons, he scored 40 goals in 84 games. A regular fixture in the aussies since atlanta '96 olympic Games.

Leeds united & Australia Birthdate: september 22, 1978Birthplace: smithfield (Sydney), AustraliaHeight: 180 cmsWeight: 76 kgsPosition: left Midfielder, ForwardGames & goals with national Team: 8 caps, 1 goal (as of june 2, 2000)English premier league Debut: april 23, 1996 vs. chile (L 0:3)Kewell is very strong, and exceptionally quick, his bursts of speed left many premiership defenders in his wake, exciting winger who can also play in attack; he has scored lots of goals. the young aussie is a big fan favourite and when his name is read out the crowd let out a huge cheer! this young superstar is a huge hit for his country and has represented them many times in cups and even the Olympics. was voted 1999 Oceania's footballer of the Year, above mark Viduka, ned Zelic and Karembeu. superb when running at defenders, he showed the balance and ability to mesmerise defenders in the same way in which eddie Gray, now assistant manager at Elland Road, used to. >>>>>> See career Statistics


country Code-61


AU (Internet), AU (ISO 3166), aus (ISO 3166), AS (FIPS 10-4)

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Aboriginal settlers arrived on the continent from southeast asia about 40,000 years before the first europeans began exploration in the 17th century. No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, when Capt. james cook took possession in the name of great Britain. six colonies were created in the late 18th and 19th centuries; they federated and became the commonwealth of australia in 1901. the new country took advantage of its natural resources to rapidly develop its agricultural and manufacturing industries and to make a major contribution to the british effort in world wars I and II. In recent decades, australia has transformed itself into an internationally competitive, advanced market economy. It boasted one of the OECD's fastest growing economies during the 1990's, a performance due in large part to economic reforms adopted in the 1980's. Long-term concerns include pollution, particularly depletion of the ozone layer, and management and conservation of coastal areas, especially the great barrier Reef.

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