A Rough Passage
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"A Rough Passage" is a 1922 Australian silent film directed by Franklyn Barrett based on the novel by Arthur Wright. It was Barrett's final feature and is considered a lost film.
- country: Australia
- languages: English Language, Silent film
- starring: Hayford Hobbs
- cinematography by Franklyn Barrett
- genre: Silent film
- released in (93 years ago)
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by K. Gildart, D. Howell
Bellenger had a rough passage; Crossman in particular was scathing. The function of the ...
by Judith Siefring
a rough passage (orride) a difficult time or experience. sleep rough sleep in uncomfortable conditions, ...
by Geoffrey C. Gunn
East Timor: A Rough Passage to Independence. Sydney: Longueville Books, 2003. Gunn, Geoffrey C. “East Timor and the UN Ballot of 1999.” In Geoffrey C. Gunn, ed. New World Hegemony in the Malay World. Trenton; N.J: Red Sea Press, ...
Illustrating the Words in Their Different Significations by Examples from Ancient and Modern Writers by John Jamieson
A rouch ride, a rough passage by water, S. This seems to be a mctaph. of Goth, extract. For Li), redakap is equally applied to carriage ou horse. back and on shipboard. Hominis vectura equo vel cymba, Verel. Ind. ; from rtd-a equitare, to travel ...
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