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Meaning of "Macdonnell Ranges" in the English dictionary

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PRONUNCIATION OF MACDONNELL RANGES

Macdonnell Ranges  [məkˈdɒnəl] play
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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF MACDONNELL RANGES

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Macdonnell Ranges is a noun.
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WHAT DOES MACDONNELL RANGES MEAN IN ENGLISH?

Macdonnell Ranges

MacDonnell Ranges

The MacDonnell Ranges, an interim Australian bioregion, are located in the Northern Territory, and are a 644 km long series of mountain ranges located in the centre of Australia, and consist of parallel ridges running to the east and west of Alice Springs. The mountain range contains many spectacular gaps and gorges as well as areas of aboriginal significance. The ranges were named after Sir Richard MacDonnell by John McDouall Stuart, whose 1860 expedition reached them in April of that year. The Horn Expedition investigated the ranges as part of the scientific expedition into central Australia. Other explorers of the range included David Lindsay and John Ross. The MacDonnell Ranges were often depicted in the paintings of Albert Namatjira.
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definitionDefinition of Macdonnell Ranges in the English dictionary

The definition of Macdonnell Ranges in the dictionary is a mountain system of central Australia, in S central Northern Territory, extending about 160 km east and west of Alice Springs. Highest peak: Mount Zeil, 1531 m.

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WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE MACDONNELL RANGES

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WORDS THAT END LIKE MACDONNELL RANGES

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Translation of «Macdonnell Ranges» into 25 languages

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麦克唐奈山脉
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Rangos Macdonnell
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Macdonnell Ranges
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MacDonnell सीमाओं
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نطاقات Macdonnell
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Макдоннелл Диапазоны
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intervalos macdonnell
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ম্যাকডোনালন রেঞ্জ
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MacDonnell Ranges
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Macdonnell Ranges
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MacDonnell Ranges
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マクドネル山脈
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맥도넬 범위
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Macdonnell Ranges
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Phạm vi Macdonnell
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மெக்டோனல் ரேஞ்ச்
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मॅकडनॉल श्रेणी
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Macdonnall Ranges
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MacDonnell Ranges
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Zakresy MacDonnell
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Макдоннелл Діапазони
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Domenii MacDonnell
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Macdonnell Σειρές
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Macdonnell Ranges
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MacDonnell Ranges
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Macdonnell Ranges
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MACDONNELL RANGES»

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Outback Australia
Information Tourist Offices The best place for general information on all aspects of the MacDonnell Ranges is CATIA's visitors information centre in Alice Springs. See the Alice Springs section earlier in this chapter for details. For in-depth ...
autor‎2002
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Australian Mammal Society
This karyotype is characteristic of the MacDonnell Ranges race of P. lateralis ( Eldridge, Bell, Pearson and Close 1992). Adult specimens of the Davenport Range population of P. lateralis 'MacDonnell Ranges' appear to be somewhat larger ...
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Northern Territory
Murray Cosson's Australian Outback Flights (« 8952 4625; w www.australianout backflights.com.au) can organise flights over the West MacDonnell Ranges to Glen Helen Gorge. Tnorala and Palm Valley ( 1 '/i hours; $265); West MacDonnell ...
autorSusannah Farfor, 2003
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Australian Mammal Society
(a) Conventionally stained karyotype of a female PetrogalelateralisMacdonnett Ranges race from Purnuwara Soak, (b) C-banded karyotype of a female P. lateralis Macdonnell Ranges race from Purnuwara Soak, showing the presence of ...
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The Action Plan for Australian Mammals 2012
Subspecies Conservation Summary Black-footed Rock-wallaby (MacDonnell Ranges) Petrogale lateralis [MacDonnell Ranges] sensu Briscoe et al. (1982) Macropodidae Other common name: Warru Conservation status Vulnerable C2a( i) ...
autorAndrew Burbidge, John Woinarski, Peter Harrison, 2014
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Finding Birds in Australia's Northern Territory
Background The rugged West MacDonnell Ranges extend westwards from Alice Springs for hundreds of kilometres. Much of the area is now contained in the West MacDonnell National Park. Comprising many permanent natural waterholes, ...
autorD Donato, P Wilkins, G Smith, 1997
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Biogeography of Australasia: A Molecular Analysis
Instead, the internal node between the Hamersley and MacDonnell Ranges can be related to the incursion and retreat of the sea between these areas during Aptian–Albian time. Other lizard clades that have their main breaks around the ...
autorMichael Heads, 2013
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Ancient Australian Landscapes
1991). The plateau surface itself may be part of a Cretaceous or sub-Cretaceous surface, probably the former (Fig. 8.4). Macdonnell Ranges and associated uplands In the Arunta Block a Proterozoic batholith is exposed. Here jagged peaks ...
autorC. R. Twidale, 2007
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Finding Australian Birds: A Field Guide to Birding Locations
Getting to Alice Springs, Uluru and the MacDonnell Ranges is relatively straightforward. There are regular daily flights to and from major Australian cities ( Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Darwin, Perth and Cairns) and to Uluru. Most flights from ...
autorRohan Clarke, Tim Dolby, 2014
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Lonely Planet Australia
There's no public transport to either the East or West MacDonnell Ranges;Click here for tours from Alice. East MacDonnell Ranges Although overshadowed by the more popular West Macs, the East MacDonnell Ranges are no less ...
autorLonely Planet, Charles Rawlings-Way, Brett Atkinson, 2011
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10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «MACDONNELL RANGES»

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All aboard Australia's Ghan
The MacDonnell Ranges to the north provide contour for seemingly endless vistas of desert. Its foothills are where I'm heading to get a brief ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Jul 15»
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Indigenous tourism: Sand Dune Adventures and RT Tours add fun …
But by Easter last year, when she walked along the ancient Larapinta Trail in the Northern Territory's West MacDonnell Ranges as part of a ... «The Australian, Jul 15»
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Australia: Ride the desert train
We're on a one-hour tour of his property in the White Gums valley at the foot of the majestic MacDonnell Ranges 15 minutes from Alice Springs. «New Zealand Herald, Jul 15»
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Joan Kirner: my perfect weekend
... to Uluru, King's Canyon, across to Kununurra, into the Kimberley, back to Katherine, and we explored the east and west Macdonnell Ranges. «The Age, Jun 15»
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Talking points: Melbourne v Port Adelaide
The MacDonnell Ranges, at the south-east end of the ground, instantly re-enforces the impression that you're in the middle of the desert in ... «Melbourne FC, May 15»
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KT on the Brus Bus: Leg 3
We arrive at a beautiful suburban oval nestled under the spiritually significant and spectacular MacDonnell Ranges, which is already alive with ... «Port Adelaide, May 15»
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Rock of ages: discover Australia's ancient cultural sites
Guests are driven out along the Western MacDonnell ranges close to Alice Springs, through shadowy Simpsons Gap national park at dusk, ... «The Guardian, May 15»
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The art centres shaping the future of Indigenous art
Ikuntji Artists located within the West MacDonnell Ranges in NT is particularly famous for the use of bold and vibrant colours and for creating ... «ArtsHub, Apr 15»
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Anzac 2015: NT Aboriginal kids 130km horse ride tribute to …
... in the open country and Western MacDonnell ranges, riding brumbies very similar to the sturdy waler horses used by the WWI Light Brigade. «ABC Online, Apr 15»
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Hopes new 'tidy town' status will boost tourism in NT Aboriginal …
... James Range, close to the Western MacDonnell Ranges, the Southern Arrernte community has enough natural beauty for visitors to soak up. «ABC Online, Apr 15»
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