mallee mallee


  • (n) any of several low-growing Australian eucalypts


  1. From horizon to horizon there is nothing but red earth, squat, pale-green mulga trees and dense mallee shrubs.
  2. The mainly mallee and saltbush country is flat and unforgiving.


  • Extra inning: Power, perseverance of Astros’ Chris Carter

    First, Chris Carter was bad. Then he was good. Then he was streaky. Then he was bad again. Finally, Carter’s learning to hit. Working since spring training with hitting coach John Mallee, the eight-year minor leaguer and first-year everyday player has clearly been the Astros’ best power hitter this season. Now, he has a chance to become the organization’s first 30-homer man since Lance Berkman ...
    on July 4, 2013     Source: Houston Chronicle


  1. "China's market is potentially worth over $50 million of exports for Australia's citrus growers," Mr Vaile said. "Next year, industry expects to increase exports of oranges and other citrus fruits from the Riverina and Mallee regions."
    on Sep 6, 2006 By: Mark Vaile Source: The Age

  2. "SA regions at an advanced planning stage with their own regional broadband projects are the Murray-Mallee, Fleurieu Peninsula and the Adelaide Hills and I would encourage other regions to continue their ongoing liaison with the State Government's...
    on Aug 19, 2008 By: Paul Caica Source: Stock and Land

  3. "The Northern Mallee Transport Connections project will find transport options that help local people to better participate in community life," Mr Batchelor said. "The project will look to significantly improve local transport by making...
    on May 29, 2007 By: Peter Batchelor Source: PressZoom (press release)

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