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FROM THE LAND UP OVER

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From a linguistic perspective, ‘Aussie’ is a markedly Australian way of shortening the word ‘Australian’, and people tend to be astounded when they hear that the breed to which this nickname is applied is about as Australian as Oreos and Jack Daniel’s. That’s right:

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