Examples of outback in a Sentence
people who live in the Australian outback tend to be self-sufficient
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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.
In part, that is because Australia has a long history of immigration, from Chinese joining the gold rushes of the 1850s and 1860s to Afghan camel drivers helping to explore the outback in the late nineteenth century.
Channel your inner Dundee and go have a walkabout in the bush, preferably with luxurious amenities at your disposal, like at Arkaba, a tourism slash conservation project situated in the outback on a 60,000 acre former sheep farm.
There have been a few uncontrolled station reentries in the past—most famously Skylab, which came down over the Australian outback and earned NASA a $400 fine for littering—but none of those have ever caused injuries or property damage.
Here's a very short video of the launch: Australia's News.com later linked the test to an unexplained fireball that was seen that night over much of the southern Australian outback.
Sadly, this spectacle provides little navigational help for two scientists fumbling their way through the Australian outback in June 2014.
Set in the outback, this grisly pageant of suffering tells an ultraviolent story of backpackers who become the victim of a torture-loving loner.
The red dirt of the surrounding outback made the 1,500-resident town seem more Mars than Earth.
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