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Wollongong

Wollongong

Wollongong

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Wollongong (I), HMAS

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Wollongong (New South Wales/Australia)

Wollongong (New South Wales/Australia)

CODD, Michael Henry (born 1939), Chancellor, University of Wollongong, 1997–2009

PIPER, Dr Reginald John (born 1942), Assistant Minister, St Michael’s Anglican Cathedral, Wollongong, since 2010; Bishop of Wollongong, and an Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Sydney, 1993–2007

WELLINGS, Paul William (born 1953), Vice Chancellor and Professor of Population Ecology, University of Wollongong, New South Wales, since 2012

OSMOND, Charles Barry (born 1939), Professor of Plant Science, University of Wollongong, 2011–13, now Hon. Visiting Professor; President and Executive Director, Biosphere 2 Center, Columbia University, 2001–03; Visiting Fellow, School of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Australian National University, since 2004

Text-encoding, Theories of the Text, and the ‘Work-Site’1 1 The thinking in this study has been stimulated by countless conversations with my collaborators in the successive Just In Time Markup (JITM) projects at the Australian Scholarly Editions Centre, Phill Berrie (the programmer), Graham Barwell (University of Wollongong), and Chris Tiffin (University of Queensland); and by, if anything, even more conversations on editorial theory and textual computing with Peter Shillingsburg and, to a lesser extent, with Peter Robinson (both, De Montfort University, Leicester), who generously allowed me to read unpublished work of theirs.

 
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City and port in New South Wales, Australia, 65km (40mi) s of Sydney. Settled in 1815, Wollongong became a major exporter of grain and coal, and a large iron and ...


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