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Australian Ocker quotes by Megan Jacobson
#1. Everybody's good when they're good, darling. You don't judge a person by that. It's how they act when things aren't good that tells you who they really are. #Quote by Megan Jacobson
Australian Ocker quotes by John Burnside
#2. The Botanischer Garten in Berlin has one of Europe's finer winter trails, leading in careful order from glasshouses devoted to African-American and Australian desert species, through a fine collection of tropical plants, and on to the orchid house. #Quote by John Burnside
Australian Ocker quotes by Simon Judkins
#3. Australian biologist Charles Birch once said that 'you cannot participate more in a life than to participate in the suffering of that life'. #Quote by Simon Judkins
Australian Ocker quotes by Luis Suarez
#4. It's a huge honour to wear No 7 at Liverpool. I think about the legends: Dalglish, Keegan and that Australian guy. #Quote by Luis Suarez
Australian Ocker quotes by Gough Whitlam
#5. An education system where student selection is based on credit capacity and not merit capacity and where graduating students are no longer indebted to the nation, but increasingly indebted to the Australian Taxation Office - that's no way to improve the quality of education. #Quote by Gough Whitlam
Australian Ocker quotes by Amy Andrews
#6. He thought there was chemistry? Faith had always hated chemistry at school but if she'd known a sexy Australian was going to seduce her with it in the future she may have paid more attention. #Quote by Amy Andrews
Australian Ocker quotes by Bryan Brown
#7. Because I like theatre and I love a challenge. With 'ZEBRA!' I've found a new Australian play where I can create a character first - that's what I live to do. #Quote by Bryan Brown
Australian Ocker quotes by Jane Goodall
#8. I am not deeply involved in Australian politics but I know there are prime ministers, governments around the world who are not acting responsibly in relation to climate change. #Quote by Jane Goodall
Australian Ocker quotes by Edna Walling
#9. There are many possible approaches to Australian garden design, and they all reflect the designer's individual response to gardens. For my part, I love all things most gardeners abhor ... I like the whole thing to be as wild as possible, so that you have to fight your way through in places ... #Quote by Edna Walling
Australian Ocker quotes by Kevin Rudd
#10. No diplomatic intervention will ever be made by any government that I lead in support of any individual terrorist's life. We have only indicated in the past, and will maintain a policy in the future, of intervening diplomatically in support of Australian nationals who face capital sentences abroad. #Quote by Kevin Rudd
Australian Ocker quotes by Ken Gillespie
#11. The Australian Army is a highly respected National institution because of its people. It's all about the people. If we communicate, and leverage off all in our organisation, not just our senior officers, our IQ will be awesome. Then there will be no job which is beyond us. #Quote by Ken Gillespie
Australian Ocker quotes by James Magnussen
#12. I think everyone's had a brother or a father or a cousin, uncle or grandfather who's had health issues because they've neglected things. I think that's almost been part of Australian culture, which is why I think Movember is really important. We need to change that outlook. #Quote by James Magnussen
Australian Ocker quotes by Israelmore Ayivor
#13. Look at the truth from how it stands, not where it comes from. The truth is still the truth no matter whether it is spoken by an Indian, an American, a Chinese, an European, an African or an Australian! #Quote by Israelmore Ayivor
Australian Ocker quotes by M.L. Stedman
#14. Point Partageuse got its name from French explorers who mapped the cape that jutted from the south-western corner of the Australian continent well before the British dash to colonize the west began in 1826. Since then, settlers had trickled north from Albany and south from the Swan River Colony, laying claim to the virgin forests in the hundreds of miles between. Cathedral-high trees were felled with handsaws to create grazing pasture; scrawny roads were hewn inch by stubborn inch by pale-skinned fellows with teams of shire horses, as this land, which had never before been scarred by man, was excoriated and burned, mapped and measured and meted out to those willing to try their luck in a hemisphere which might bring them desperation, death, or fortune beyond their dreams. #Quote by M.L. Stedman
Australian Ocker quotes by Frigyes Karinthy
#15. You cannot imagine, to give you another example, that you may have, one day, a prime minister (it would go against my modesty to breathe his name) who, one day, after announcing in Parliament, in a cool, impassive voice, that, as the result of a number of carefully thought out diplomatic manoeuvres he has refrained from discussing before (for he is not a man of many words), he has succeeded in annexing Britain as an ordinary colony of Hungary, and that he is taking this opportunity to apprise the House of the fact; - Well, as I say, after explaining this in a cool and impassive tone, ignoring the shouting, jubilant Members who want to carry him round on their shoulders, suddenly he takes up a fencing posture and, right there, on the premier's rostrum, employing a formidable, hitherto unknown jujitsu hold, floors the Australian world wrestling champion whom the British opposition treacherously hid under the rostrum in order to assassinate the greatest European. #Quote by Frigyes Karinthy
Australian Ocker quotes by Tim Cope
#16. Meeting Australian mountaineer and author Tim Macartney-Snape when I was 16 in 1994 had a big impact on me. His ascent of Everest from sea to summit captured my imagination. #Quote by Tim Cope
Australian Ocker quotes by Callan McAuliffe
#17. The Australian accent is sort of like going down a step in smartness, you could say, because you guys pronounce things as they're spelled. We add and abbreviate stuff. #Quote by Callan McAuliffe
Australian Ocker quotes by Jason Gann
#18. British comedy - which has been a big inspiration to me for many years - is very different to Australian comedy and different again to American comedy. #Quote by Jason Gann
Australian Ocker quotes by Andrew Forrest
#19. I don't see why, if you look at how the Australian culture and psyche is, that we can't be amongst the most generous, from the grassroots up, nations in the world. #Quote by Andrew Forrest
Australian Ocker quotes by Pauline Hanson
#20. What I can't understand is why come here and try and change our country into the place that you've come from? And all I ask of people is come here, respect our country, respect our laws, our culture, our way of life. Be Australian, join us, enjoy this beautiful country and everything that it has to offer. #Quote by Pauline Hanson
Australian Ocker quotes by Robert Hughes
#21. He had been always escaping, always rebelling, always fighting against authority, and always being flogged. There had been a whole lifetime of torment such as this; forty-two years of it; and there he stood, speaking softly, arguing his case well, and pleading while the tears ran down his face for some kindness, for some mercy in his old age. 'I have tried to escape; always to escape,' he said, 'as a bird does out of a cage. Is that unnatural; is that a great crime? #Quote by Robert Hughes
Australian Ocker quotes by Julie Bishop
#22. The Australian economy is resilient, but business and consumer confidence is fragile. #Quote by Julie Bishop
Australian Ocker quotes by Richard Di Natale
#23. Tony Abbott might think coal's good for humanity, of course it was an important driver in the story of the Australian nation. But when we're talking about the 21st Century and those industries that are gonna take us forward, it won't be coal. #Quote by Richard Di Natale
Australian Ocker quotes by Hugh Jackman
#24. Both my parents are English and came out to Australia in 1967. I was born the following year. My parents, and immigrants like them, were known as '£10 poms.' Back then, the Australian government was trying to get educated British people and Canadians - to be honest, educated white people - to come and live in Australia. #Quote by Hugh Jackman
Australian Ocker quotes by John Capozzi
#25. Many years ago, a large American shoe company sent two sales reps to different parts of the Australian outback. A while later, the company received a telegram from each. The first said, 'No business here - the natives don't wear shoes.' The second said, 'Great opportunity here - the natives don't wear shoes.' #Quote by John Capozzi
Australian Ocker quotes by Gail Jones
#26. Because we were stranded together and because I stuttered, we read. there is no refuge so private, no asylum more sane. There is no facility of voices captured elsewhere so entire and so marvellous. My tongue was lumpish and fixed, but in reading, silent reading, there was a release, a flight, a wheeling off into the blue spaces of exclamatory experience, diffuse and improbable, gloriously homeless. All that was solid melted into air, all that was air reshaped, and gained plausibility. (p. 43) #Quote by Gail Jones
Australian Ocker quotes by Bill Bryson
#27. [Australia] is the home of the largest living thing on earth, the Great Barrier Reef, and of the largest monolith, Ayers Rock (or Uluru to use its now-official, more respectful Aboriginal name). It has more things that will kill you than anywhere else. Of the world's ten most poisonous snakes, all are Australian. Five of its creatures - the funnel web spider, box jellyfish, blue-ringed octopus, paralysis tick, and stonefish - are the most lethal of their type in the world. This is a country where even the fluffiest of caterpillars can lay you out with a toxic nip, where seashells will not just sting you but actually sometimes go for you ... If you are not stung or pronged to death in some unexpected manner, you may be fatally chomped by sharks or crocodiles, or carried helplessly out to sea by irresistible currents, or left to stagger to an unhappy death in the baking outback. It's a tough place. #Quote by Bill Bryson
Australian Ocker quotes by Stella Knights
#28. The loss, the harshness, the unpredictability of the Australian country. Can I deal with this? Maybe only with Aiden by my side. What would that life be like? The pleasure, the satisfaction, the love. #Quote by Stella Knights
Australian Ocker quotes by Megan Jacobson
#29. the most important things can't be lassoed with language. The most important things can only be felt. #Quote by Megan Jacobson
Australian Ocker quotes by Anthony Albanese
#30. If we are to celebrate the giants in Australian public life, then Robert Garran must be among them. A lawyer and passionate advocate of Federation, Garran was one of several hands that drafted our constitution. #Quote by Anthony Albanese
Australian Ocker quotes by David Raney
#31. The Australian jewel beetle has sex with beer bottles.
The beetles are a light chocolate color with dimples all down their back and dark black legs and heads that peek out from underneath their carapeces. Their bodies are big and long instead of round, and they resemble cicadas more than they do ladybugs.
The male Australian jewel beetle is hardwired to like certain aspects about the female jewel beetle. They like females to be big, brown, and shiny. The bottles they make love to are bigger, browner, and shinier than any female could ever hope to be. In Australia, a certain type of bottle called stubbies overstimulates male jewel beetles. In a trash heap filled with bottles, you will often see every single stubby covered in male jewel beetles trying to get it on. The stubbies are what evolutionary psychologists call supernormal releasers. They are superstimuli, better than the real thing. The beetles will mate with these bottles even while being devoured by ants. #Quote by David Raney
Australian Ocker quotes by Lauren Conrad
#32. Was there anything cuter than an Australian accent? A baby koala, maybe. #Quote by Lauren Conrad
Australian Ocker quotes by Liam Hemsworth
#33. I work with accent coaches a lot and try to do my best to get the Australian out of there. #Quote by Liam Hemsworth

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