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All the Rivers Run

Film

All the Rivers Run is an Australian television miniseries from 1983 and 1989, starring Sigrid Thornton and John Waters. The miniseries is based on the Australian historical novel by Nancy Cato, first published in 1958. The film is marketed with the tagline A sweeping saga of one woman's struggle for survival.

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"All the Rivers Run" is a book by Nancy Cato.

  • also known as "All the Rivers Run (All the Rivers Run, Vol. 2)"
  • genres: Mathematics, Science, Fiction
  • subject: Australia

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Google previewOutside Country (2011)

A History of Inland Australia by Alan James Christian Mayne, Stephen Atkinson

Magic ofDawn describes the first voyage of exploration on the Murray that included non-Indigenous women; while All the Rivers Run is a sprawling family saga that deals with the riverboat days along the Murray-Darling, its narrative crossing ...

Google previewLittle Oxford Dictionary of Proverbs (2016)

by Elizabeth Knowles

'All the rivers run into the sea; yet the sea is not full; unto the place from whence the rivers come, thither they return again.' Says Tweed to Till —'What ...

Google previewCatholic Church Dictionary

by Miller, William

All the rivers run into the sea, because they all came from the sea. It was from the sea that the sun drew up the clouds which fed the thousand rills which fall into the rivers, and so the rivers run back to the sea. Let us do the same. What we have ...

Google previewThe Christian's Dictionary ... Containing a Full ... Explanation of All the Remarkable Words Made Use Of, in the Holy Scriptures ... To which is Added a Brief Explication of All the Proper Names Found in Sacred Scripture ... Illustrated with Thirty ... Engravings Executed from the ... Drawings of ... Wale, Etc (1775)

by John FLEETWOOD (D.D.), Samuel Wale

All the rivers run into the sea; yet the sea is not full; unto the place from whence the rivers come, thither they return again. All things are full of labour ; man cannot utter it: the eye is not satisfied with seeing, nor the ear filled with hearing.

Google previewThe Treasury of Knowledge, and Library of Reference ...: The new universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary ... By Edwin Williams ... 4th ed (1833)

All the rivers run from the chain to the German, Baltic, or Northern Ocean. But the Danube and Wolga, filling up the basin of the Black Sea, also concurs with the Nile, to fill up the valley or great basin of the Mediterranean. South of the great ...

Google previewUniversal Gazetteer and Geographical Dictionary (1845)

More Complete Than Any Hitherto Published. With Maps

This line is from west to east, leading to the Pacific Ocean and the frontier of China, while all the rivers run from south to north. The benefit of water carriage, therefore, can be obtained only upon some parts of the great streams which bend east ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Gazetteer or compendious geographical dictionary (1829)

containing a description of the various countries

This line is from west to east, leading to the Pacific ocean and the frontier of China, while all the rivers run from south to north. The benefit of water carriage, therefore, can be obtained only upon some parts of the great streams which bend east ...

Google previewCalmets Great dictionary of the holy bible (1812)

the Jaik, the Chesel, and the Jehan, fall into the Caspian Sea, and yet it never seems to increase or to diminish ; and in this, eminently, perhaps, what Solomon says, is verified: “ All the rivers run into the sea, yet the sea is not full”-—-because ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary ... (1822)

Accompanied by an Atlas

This line is from west to east, leading to the Pacific ocean and the frontier of China, while all the rivers run from south to north. The benefit of water carriage, therefore, can be obtained only upon some parts of the great streams which bend east ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh gazetteer, or, Geographical dictionary (1822)

by Edinburgh gazetteer

This line is from west to east, leading to the Pacific ocean and the frontier *" China, while all the rivers run from south to north. The benefit of water carriajf- therefore, can be obtained only upon souk parts of the great streams which bend east ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Compendious Geographical Dictionary ... Abridged from the Larger Work in Six Volumes, Etc (1824)

This line is from west to east, leading to the Pacific ocean ard the frontier of China , while all the rivers run from south to north. The benefit of water carriage, therefore, can be obtained only upon some parts of the great streams which bend east ...

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