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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 Judith Siefring
a rough passage (orride) a difficult time or experience. sleep rough sleep in uncomfortable conditions, usually out of doors. British take the rough with the smooth accept the difficult or unpleasant aspects of life as well as the good.
by Geoffrey C. Gunn
East Timor: A Rough Passage to Independence. Sydney: Longueville Books, 2003. Gunn, Geoffrey C. “East Timor and the UN Ballot ...
by K. Gildart, D. Howell
Bellenger had a rough passage; Crossman in particular was scathing.
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