Aussie

[financial group] Aussie is an Australian retail financial services group with operations spanning all mainland capital cities and major regional centres throughout Australia. The Commonwealth Bank (CBA) is an 80 per cent shareholder in Aussie. {As of |2012|4}, Aussie reported a loan book under management of over A$42 Billion through 750 br...
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Aussie

Aussie is slang for Australian or an Australian.
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Aussie

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Aussie

Aussie is slang for Australian or an Australian.
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Aussie

[shampoo] Aussie is an international cosmetics brand. Its products are focused solely on hair care, such as shampoos, conditioners, hair serums, gels and sprays. It is marketed as a product of Australia due to its inclusion of certain natural ingredients found from the country itself. Thus, its logo is a kangaroo, and, similarly, its slogan...
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Aussie

Aussie is Australian slang for Australian and less commonly Australia. Aussie can be used in the form of an adjective, noun or proper noun. ==Pronunciation== In Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, United Kingdom, and Ireland, the word is pronounced i {respell|OZ|ee} (Australian English [ˈɔzi]), with a /z/ sound; however, in the United ...
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Aussie

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