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... Rank Margin Teams Venue Season 1 By 1 wicket Australia (216 260-9) beat West Indies (272 203) Melbourne 1951–52 2 By 2 wickets Australia (300 275-8) beat England (273 300) Sydney 1907–08 By 2 wickets Australia (356 ...
... In the VB Series, Australia played South Africa twice, winning both games after batting first in the first game, they totalled seven for 281 after a 109-ru ... Despite 37 off 16 balls from Johannes van der Wath South Africa made six for 287 in reply, losing again to make the 7 February match in Hobart a play-off match. 3 and 5 February also saw the final stages of the women's National League, with New South Wales Breakers playing Queensland Fire in three matches at the North Sydney Oval ...
... Rank Margin Teams Venue Season 89 ... runs Australia (348 327) beat South Africa (506 80) Melbourne 1910–11 96 ... runs Australia (280 277) beat South Africa (221 240) Brisbane 1953-53 3 103 ...
... The 45th parallel south is a circle of latitude that is 45 degrees south of the Earth's equatorial plane ... marks the theoretical halfway point between the equator and the South Pole ... The true halfway point is 16.2 kilometres (10.1 mi) south of this parallel because the Earth is not a perfect sphere but bulges at the equator and is flattened at the poles.) Unlike its northern counterpart it ...
... divided equally between the North and the South (modern-day Belgium), although the population of the North (2 million) was significantly less than that of the South (3.5 million) ... was accepted in the North, but not in the South ... The under-representation of the South was one of the causes of the Belgian Revolution ...
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“America is not civil, whilst Africa is barbarous.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Before you beat a dog, find out who its master is.”
“Up from the South at break of day,
Bringing to Winchester fresh dismay,
The affrighted air with a shudder bore,
Like a herald in haste, to the chieftains door,
The terrible grumble, and rumble, and roar,
Telling the battle was on once more,
And Sheridan twenty miles away.”
—Thomas Buchanan Read (18221872)