Examples of outback in a Sentence
people who live in the Australian outback tend to be self-sufficient
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His writing is studded with Aussie slang that takes a few chapters to get used to, but his evocative descriptions of the outback need no translation.
Annual aerial surveys suggest that there are more than 47m kangaroos bounding through the outback, making them some of the most abundant large vertebrates on earth.
Yes, the world's largest camel herd is found in the outback as well.
Sadly, this spectacle provides little navigational help for two scientists fumbling their way through the Australian outback in June 2014.
If good fences make good neighbors, then humans and dingoes, the feral dogs of the Australian outback, must be the best neighbors of all.
The fence cuts off the populous, fertile southeastern part of the country, where Melbourne and Sydney are located, from the harsh, arid outback.
When the world ends, Stuey Bailey will be sitting in a tent upstream of a river in the Australian outback sipping a cup of coffee.
As Gene Hackman and the Hickory Huskers did their thing, AF2 tracked across the Australian outback — offering a great view of Uluru (once known as Ayers Rock) — and onward to New South Wales.
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