Synonyms and antonyms of the black stump in the English dictionary of synonyms
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Translation of «the black stump» into 25 languages
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «THE BLACK STUMP» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about the black stump
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «THE BLACK STUMP»
Discover the use of the black stump in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to the black stump and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
This is the sun-baked setting for Nevil Shute's novel of a romance that is tested by the differences between two young people's home lives.
Nevil Shute, 2010
Beyond theBlackStump: Histories of Outback Australia
Historians have had little to say about the lands that stretch 'beyond the black stump'. These essays from around the country build inland Australia into our national history, crisscrossing both the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Alan Mayne, 2008
Beyond the Black Stump
The expression “beyond the black stump” refers to the deepest, darkest wilds of the Australian outback, the setting for Nevil Shute’s novel of a romance tested by cultural difference.
Nevil Shute, 2010
Australia: Beyond theBlackStump
The superb photographs in this book provide an opportunity to look at that very special part of Australia which is found 'Beyond the black stump'.
Travels in Outback Australia: Beyond theBlackStump
This is no ordinary tale of an intrepid traveler—it is an extraordinary account of an Australia that we have not seen before.
Andrew Stevenson, 2003
A Dictionary of Catch Phrases
1950 or a little earlier, and may have orig. in the idea of great distance (beyond,
or back of, the black stump, 'darkest Australia'). Wilkes, properly sceptical of this
or that black stump, defines the black stump as 'an imaginary last post of ...
Eric Partridge, 2003
New Conversations With an Old Landscape: Landscape ...
When descnbing the remoteness of much of the continent, Australians from
settled coastal lands talk about that indefinable space or place 'beyond the blackstump' , The landscapes typified by the black stump are those shaped by the
Catherin Bull, 2002
The Concise New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and ...
... black stuff nickname Guinness IRELAND, 2000 Black Stump noun used as an
imaginary marker for a remote place. Often used in phrases such as 'this side of
the black stump', 'out near the Black Stump', 'the other side ofthe Black Stump' ...
Terry Victor, Tom Dalzell, 2007
The Lingo Dictionary: Of Favourite Australian Words and Phrases
If you’ve ever wondered why your girlfriend’s a ‘Sheila’ even though her name is Kate, or why your friend in the outer suburbs of Sydney is said to live ‘beyond the black stump’, then this is the book for you!
John Miller, 2009
Outside Country: Histories of Inland Australia
Stephen Atkinson WHATEVER THE PRECISE ORIGINS of the expression – they
are various and contested – there would seem to be a no more fitting descriptor
of the limits of settlement in the Australian outback than 'the black stump'. A near ...
Alan James Christian Mayne, Stephen Atkinson, 2011
5 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «THE BLACK STUMP»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term the black stump is used in the context of the following news items.
Adelaide's Banh mi king shares top eats, drinks in the city
He moved to the Grenfell Plaza (under the Black Stump) at the end of 2013 and was the first to open a food venue in what is now a buzzing precinct. «NEWS.com.au, Jan 15»
Datsun car may help solve 20-year mystery of who killed nanny Penny
Now, nearly 22 years after her death, police have received new information about a car seen at the Black Stump Motor Inn in Coolah where Ms Hill was staying ... «Sydney Morning Herald, Mar 13»
Basic errors let down elegant dining room
Discovering a restaurant in Pahiatua offering fine a la carte dining was an unexpected surprise. I'd heard that the Black Stump Cafe was worth a visit, but no-one ... «Manawatu Standard, Aug 12»
Inquest hears boss's wife linked to nanny murder
The couple ran the Black Stump Motor Inn in the town. The previous inquest and a $100,000 reward failed to provide any clues about her death, but the second ... «Radio Australia, Jul 12»
Beyond the black stump? Behind the Blue Mountains? Or is it anywhere you can't get a decent coffee? Some say it's simply a state of mind. In its Outback NSW ... «The Age, May 05»
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