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The Antipodes are about 900 kilometres northeast of the Auckland Islands and 850 kilometres southeast of Bluff.
That Antipodes surge temporarily stopped Centennial III of Judes Echauz from claiming the overall title outright.
It is a vital habitat for many seabirds, including albatrosses, as well as other animals found nowhere else on Earth, such as the Antipodes Island and Reischek's parakeets, pipit and snipe.
On his return from the antipodes, he was London-based for a while but has now traded the capital's frenetic pace for the more sedate surroundings of Cornwall.
1768: Captain Cook set oon his rst voyage, to |explore the Antipodes.
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More than any other play in its period, Richard Brome's The Antipodes (1638) explicitly invites consideration of theatre's effect on its audience and the variety of possible ways of watching the inset play.
Contributors from the Americas, the Antipodes, and Britain explore possibilities of transforming the international trade in sugar into an international trade in tourists.
VISIT Take a short break - or stop-over on longer flights to the Antipodes - and spilt time between the city and beaches.
pour ce forum sans chefs d'Etat qui se veut aux antipodes des sommets plus institutionnels et feutres des dirigeants de la Francophonie.
The early Greek philosopher Pythagoras posited that if the earth was a sphere, then it needed an antipodes to underpin or support oecumene, the known world.
However, that defeat by Rewilding in the Prince of Wales's Stakes has not shaken the belief among some of the top names in both Europe and the Antipodes that the son of High Chaparral can prove his superstar status against Workforce in tomorrow's Coral-Eclipse Stakes.