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Australian Vocabulary Crossword

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Was the largest living structure, now 98% dead. Great Barrier Reef
Australia's Economic System Mixed Economy
Where People live in a Country Population Distribution
On the coast of Northeast Australia, contains the Great Barrier Reef Coral Sea
With fines for not voting, Australia encourages_______ Citizen Participation
When Buyers and Sellers buy and sell as they please. Voluntary Trade
Also called Uluru Ayers Rock
Australia has a Parliamentary________ Democracy
For economic punishment, countries set up_______ Trade Barriers
Australia's Largest Desert Great Victoria Desert
Australia's system of government Parliamentary democracy
A tax on imported goods Tariff
Great Britain gained Australia through_____ Colonization
Because Australia is still part of the British Commonwealth it is a____ Constitutional Monarchy
Australia's Outbacks lacks an abundance of Natural Resources
Australia has states, so it is like a Federation
The aborigines are the_____people of Australia Indigenous
The indigenous people of Australia are the Aborigines

ALL ABOUT AUSTRALIA Word Search

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ABORIGINAL
ASIA
AUSTRALIA
BOTANY BAY
BRITIAN
BRITISH SHIPS
CENTURY
CLIMATE
COLD WAR
COLONIAL
COLONIZATION
COMMONWEALTH
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CURRENCY
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EMBARGO
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EUROPEANS
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GREAT BARRIER REEF
IMPACT
JAMES COOK
LANGUAGE
LITERACY
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OUTBACK
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RELIGION
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STANDARD OF LIVING
VICTORIAN DESERT
WOMBAT

AUSTRALIA Crossword

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The only country that spans an entire continent. Australia
The plant that koalas like to eat, eucalyptus
Like humans, koalas have fingerprints
A group of ____________ is called a mob, court or troop. kangaroos
A baby kangaroo is called a joey
The ____________ more compact legs are built for agility in forested areas, whereas the kangaroos legs are built for speed. wallabys
These animals are sometimes called spiny anteaters, and with their unique muscle under their skin, they can move individual spines. echidna
They live in burrows and can run very fast, up to 25 miles per hour. wombat
Egg-laying mammals. Monotremes
Pouched mammals, young are born at an immature stage and grow inside the mother's pouch. Marsupials
Common mammals. Young are born at an advanced stage of development. Placentals
An animal that when it gets upset or excited, it will stamp its feet and show teeth, and their ears will turn red and they let out screams. Tasmanian Devil
The first people to live in Australia. Aborigines
"ankle biter" small child
Aboriginal wind instrument Didgeridoo
Second largest bird in the world Emu
Bird featured in a famous Australian song Kookaburra
A bird that has tail feathers that look like a musical instrument. Lyrebird
Australian term for barbecue Barbie
Most female ___________________ have a pouch for carrying babies. Marsupials
Koalas, Tasmanian devils and wombats have pouches that open toward the ______. Rear
A huge red rock which rises out of the Australian desert. It is the largest rock in the world and it is sacred to the native people living in the area. It has two names. One is Ayers Rock and the other name is _________ Uluru
The largest coral reef system in the world. Great Barrier Reef

Australia Word Search

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Cricket
Rugby
Ledger
Blanchett
Rush
Crocodile Dundee
Gallipoli
Sydney Opera House
Waltzing Matilda
Henry Lawson
Nellie Melba
Rock art
Parliament
Mountains
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Dingo
Emu
Kookaburra
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Marsupials
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Forest
Tropical
Outback
Desert
Coral
Great Barrier Reef
Tasmania
Aussie
Canberra
Aborigines
Victoria
Kangaroo
Australia

Contact and Colonisation Australia Word Search

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Aboriginal
Australia
colonisation
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woomera
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Australia Word Search

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Kiwifruit
Boomerang
GreatDividingRange
AyersRock
GibsonDesert
GreatSandyDesert
DustStorms
Drought
Aborigines
IndianOcean
PacificOcean
Tasmania
Brisbane
Perth
Melbourne
CoralSea
Country
Continent
Koala
Kangaroo
Sydney
Canberra
Outback
Uluru
GreatBarrierReef
NewZealand
Australia

Autralian Word Find Word Search

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Aboriginal
Australia
Billabong
Boomerang
Cross Hatching
Didgeridoo
Dot Art
Down Under
Dreamtime
Great Barrier Reef
Indigenous
Kangaroo
Kiwi
Koala
Ochre
Outback
Platypus
Queensland
Sydney
Vegemite
Wallaby
Xray Art

Oceania Word Search

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Outback
Black widow
Great White Shark
Coral
Papua New Guinea
Uluru
Canberra
Koala
Dingo
Sydney
Kangaroo
Fiji
New Zealand
Oceania
Australia

Chapter 17 The Age of Absolutism Word Search

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absolute monarch
armada
balance of power
cavalier
Charles I
commonwealth
cromwell
de cervantes
depopulation
dissenter
divine right
edict of nantes
El Greco
elector
France
fronde
glorious revolution
habeas corpus
Hapsburgs
intendant
James I
levee
limited monarchy
Louis XIV
mercenary
Richelieu
roundhead
Tudors
Velazquez
versailles

Australian Geography and History Crossword

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The largest coral reef in the world, about 2,010 km (1,250 mi) long, off the northeast coast of Australia. The reef provides habitat for a wide range of marine life. Great Barrier Reef
A sea in southwest Pacific Ocean bordered by northeast Australia, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu. It was the scene of a US World War II naval victory in May 194.2 Coral Sea
A monolithic sandstone formation, 863 m (2,831 ft) high, of central Australia. Ayers Rock is considered sacred by the Aboriginal peoples in the region. Ayers Rock
An arid region of south-central Australia sloping to the Nullarbor Plain on the south. Great Victoria Desert
The act or process of establishing a colony or colonies. Colonization
Originating, growing, or produced in a certain place or region. Indegenous
A member of any of the indigenous peoples of Australia Aborigines
A member of any of the indigenous peoples of Australia Population Distribution
a process which provides private individuals an opportunity to influence public decisions and has long been a component of the democratic decision-making process. Citizen Participation
Government by the people, exercised either directly or through elected representatives. Democracy
form of government in which the party (or a coalition of parties) with the greatest representation in the parliament (legislature) forms the government, its leader becoming prime minister or chancellor. Parliamentary Democracy
A form of government in which the power of the monarch (the king or queen) is restrained by a parliament, by law, or by custom. Constitutional Monarchy
the formation of a political unity, with a central government, by a number of separate states, each of which retains control of its own internal affairs. Federation
a system that combines characteristics of market, command and traditional economies. Mixed Economy
a market where buyers and sellers have the right to sell and buy by their own preference or refuse to if they so choose. Voluntary Trade
any regulation or policy that restricts international trade Trade Barriers
a tax to be paid on a particular import or export. Tarrifs
materials or substances such as minerals, forests, water, and fertile land that occur in nature and can be used for economic gain. Natural Resources