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Postcards Australia and Postcards are Australian holiday and travel television series. The shows are produced by WIN Television and Channel 9 Adelaide (NWS9). Several versions of the show are broadcast throughout the country, with some versions localised for particular states. == History == There were originally three different
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The novel`s ambiguous content provides a more personal view of America in the 20th Century, dealing with themes of War, Industrialization, conservation and The American Dream. It also provides a glimpse into the way a family unit is slowly destroyed due to this arrival of a new age. Fate is one of the chief themes that the novel hol
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[Peter Ostroushko album]
Postcards is an album by American musician Peter Ostroushko, released in 2006. The songs on Postcards are culled from songs Ostroushko wrote for A Prairie Home Companion. With few exceptions, each piece is tied specifically to the location the show was visiting for that episode. ==Reception== Ed Huyck of PopMatters
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[Cindy Morgan album]
Postcards is the eighth album from Contemporary Christian music singer Cindy Morgan, her first for Reunion Records and her first with producer Kirkpatrick. ==Track listing== All songs written by Morgan, except where noted. ...
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Postcards is the debut album by Australian alternative rock band Sparkadia. The album was recorded in 2007 in London. Sparkadia worked with producer Ben Hillier who has previously worked with famous acts such as; U2, Blur, Doves, Suede and Depeche Mode. Frontman Alex Burnett stated that "Postcards is a grower, once you lis
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