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23 Cards in this Set

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An indigenous inhabitant esp. as contrasted with an invading or colonizing people
A person serving a prison sentence usu. for a long time
penal colony
A code of laws concerning crimes and offenses and their punishment
Not recorded or plotted on a map, chart, or plan
One of the great divisions of land (N. America, S. America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, or Antartica)
One that settles on land without right or title or payment of rent. 2) One that settles on public land under government regulation with the purpose of acquiring title
gold rush
A thronging of people usu. to a new place and in search of gold
Any of various herbivorous leaping marsupial mammals of Australia with a small head, long powerful hind legs, and a long thick tail used as a support and in balancing
any of several stocky burrowing Australian marsupials resembling small bears
Any of numerous large noisy usu. showy and crested chiefly Australasian parrots
The formation of a federal union. A union of organizations
Any of an order of lowly mammals comprising kangaroos, opossums, and related animals that have a pouch on the abdomen of the female containing the teats and serving to carry the young
tiger snake
A highly venemous brown and yellow snake of Australia and Tasmania
internal affairs
A division of a law enforcement agency which investigates incidents and plausible suspicions of lawbreaking and professional misconduct attributed to officers on the force
To distribute again in a different way; reallocate
taipan snake
Largest and most poisonous snake in Australia
A spiny-coated toothless burrowing egg-laying mammal of Australia with a tapering snout and long tongue for eating ants
A small aquatic egg-laying mammal of southern and eastern Australia and Tasmania with a fleshy bill resembling that of a duck, webbed feet, and a broad flattened tail
An Australian arboreal marsupial that has large hairy ears, gray fur, and no tail and feeds on eucalyptus leaves
Any of various small or medium-sized usu. brightly colored kangaroos native to Australia
An Australian kingfisher that is about the size of a crow and has a call resembling loud laughter
Any of numerous woody plants of the legume family with ball-shaped white or yellow flower clusters and often pinnate leaves
Any of a genus of mostly Australian evergreen trees of the myrtle family including many that are widely cultivated for their gums, resins, oils, and useful woods