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f lin derz

  • n  British explorer who mapped the Australian coast (1774-1814)
  • n  bits and splinters and fragments
    it would have shattered in flinders long before it did that damage

  • Alas, Anna also had a fiery temper -- not for nothing was she known as Whiplash Wallace -- and one night at a palace ball it blew their affair to flinders.
  • Fishing craft were splintered, fishermen's shacks blown to flinders.
  • Now, with their summer homes smashed to flinders, with even their beach, real estate so devastated that many an owner thought of letting it go in default of taxes, this .
News & Articles


  • Lance Armstrong in USA Today
    It is an honor for the Livestrong name to be associated with plans to build the state-of-the-art Centre for Innovation in Cancer at Flinders Medical Centre,Armstrong said in a statement.
  • Michael Pengilly in The Age
    Kangaroo Island is still open for business and tourists should not be deterred from visiting one of South Australia's treasures,Mr Pengilly said. "Fire has closed Flinders Chase National Park, Kelly Hill Caves and Seal Bay National Park...
  • Dale Tonge in sportnetwork.net
    Tonge said: "I'm grateful to the gaffer here for taking me, and also to Simon Davey at Barnsley for letting me come here, and hopefully I can show what I can do. I've spoken to a few people including Scott Flinders, and they have had nothing but...

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