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Wallaby Wal"la*by, n.; pl. Wallabies. [From a native name.] (Zo["o]l.) Any one of numerous species of kangaroos belonging to the genus Halmaturus, native of Australia and Tasmania, especially the smaller species, as the brush kangaroo (H. Bennettii) and the pademelon (H. thetidis). The wallabies chiefly inhabit the wooded district and bushy plains. [Written also wallabee, and whallabee.]

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- john michael allaby is an aventis junior prize-winning author. he was born on 18 september 1933 in belper, derbyshire in england. he was a police cadet
- kenneth eric allaby (born august 7, 1943 on grand manan island, new brunswick) is a former new brunswick politician. he first ran for the legislative ****embly
- cephalopods and tubeworms can also have a planispiral s**** (allaby and allaby, 1999). allaby, a. & allaby, m. (1999). 'planispiral'. a dictionary of earth sciences
- amethyst galleries' mineral gallery. retrieved 6 jul 2015.  a dictionary of earth sciences, ailsa allaby and michael allaby, oxford university press 1999
- it includes n****n as well. abioseston comprises detritus as well. allaby, a. & m. macmillan. 1994. dictionary of the environment. 4th edition. macmillan
- that a straighter branch in a nutrient-rich environment would. allaby a & allaby m (1999) oxford dictionary of earth sciences. trace fossil trace
- channels is commonly basaltic in composition. lava tube ailsa allaby and michael allaby. 'lava channel.' a dictionary of earth sciences. 1999. retrieved
- wowza [1] u.s. geological survey 'components of the earth system' allaby,a. and allaby, m. (eds). 2003. the dictionary of earth sciences. oxford university