How To Use Outstation In A Sentence

  • She forgets to mention that back then; even the outstation Nick (which now contains Traffic Wardens, a Dog catcher and one Community officer) had an Inspector, three Sergeants and sixteen Bobbies. See You Next Tuesday « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • A field station is based at Cap Iouik (Iwik), with an outstation at Oued Chibka, equipped for six researchers and four support staff; it has three Zodiac boats, one motor launch, a radio station and is accessible by four-wheel drive, motor launch or light aircraft. Banc d'Arguin National Park, Mauritania
  • For many women who are associated with NGOs working on public health issues, attending outstation training programs made things more difficult.
  • § Home Away From Home to provide accommodation for children and their families corning from outstation for treatment in the city. Cancer Survivor- GOD MOTHER
  • Having completed two free coaching clinics, the SLTA plans many more of these clinics in the outstations.
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  • We welcome people of all races, people from outstation and overseas to participate.
  • My advice is to go out and buy a dictionary of art terms and then visit the fair, its outstations and a few commercial galleries.
  • Bus and taxi services cover both town areas and 'outstation' destinations. Brudirect News1
  • Mr. Chandy says that the gates have to be shut on time since the groups (including outstation participants, colleges and schools) themselves come with over 40 persons.
  • 'outstation' always has romantic reverberations for me, tho it's really no more exciting a word than 'watertank'. The View from Elsewhere
  • Skateraw could become an outstation of the National Galleries, both as the repository of the archive and as home to new temporary shows and possibly to a sculpture park.
  • Dr Bill Griffiths is director of the Northern Territory Catholic Education Office, which has schools in five major Indigenous communities and two outstations.
  • There is also a need to have scouts in the outstations whose duty is to witness the games of schools and clubs in his allocated territory.
  • These men suffered tremendous hardship and sacrifice to help open up this country and provide supplies to the distant outstations.
  • There was no real reason to make costly improvements to these outstations.
  • She first encountered the phenomenon when one of her colleagues from the Top End related the story of a man who was evacuated from an outstation with a deteriorating medical condition.
  • We're just summer sailors who've discovered a nice spot, so we establish an outstation for the club.
  • Indeed, he tells how he slept with a loaded rifle after being threatened by disgruntled whites for helping to establish a Cape York outstation in the early 70s. Untruth by omission
  • There will be accommodation and lunch for outstation students.
  • When a death was announced in the provinces, foul play suspected and the Yard had been called in, more often than not it was an officer from the Reserve Squad who went tooling off to an outstation, or to a provincial nick that needed assistance in a headline murder case. Bottled Spider
  • We began on August 1, 2000 with 66 children at one of our outstations.
  • It is a massive exercise in logistics to play host to several dozen outstation teams, arrange suitable accommodation, supply all the meals on time, and arrange transportation too.
  • And an outstation of the Agency had Sluice Operator as a job grade. [hr] and the mania for box ticking
  • The Australian Electoral Commission goes to extraordinary lengths to provide voting facilities in outstations.
  • This means that the community provides the most necessary services for the outstations around it.
  • I also returned to the skiing outstation of the Federal Sports School in Kurt Wüthrich - Autobiography
  • Other register offices register births in hospitals and perhaps have outstations in other public buildings, but we were the first to go into a supermarket.
  • It served more than 40 outstations and communities.
  • For the student organisers of the show, planning and scheduling the various events, looking after the guests and arranging a pleasant stay for the outstation participants were useful exercises in logistics and hospitality.
  • Or, given whom Goldberg worked for, one of their remote outstation operatives might have sighted them. T2: INFILTRATOR

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