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Smith, Ashley W., 1948- :News. The Australian Dept. of Trade is trying to figure out why Saudi Arabia suddenly blocked a boatload of offal. New Zealand Shipping Gazette, 29 September 2001.

Reference Number: DX-023-193

Two ships are facing each other. On one, an Arab man is standing on the bow holding up his hand in a stop motion and shouting out something. His words look like 'offall!' but written in Arabic characters. The other ship is loaded up with offal and the two crew are trying to work out what the Arab is saying.

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1 image, categorised under Computer graphics, Watercolours and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Ashley W Smith, New Zealand shipping gazette (Periodicals), Australia, Saudia Arabia, Ships, Meat industry and trade - Australia, Variety meats and Arabic language.

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Smith, Ashley W., 1948- :News. The Australian Dept. of Trade is trying to figure out why Saudi Arabia suddenly blocked a boatload of offal. New Zealand Shipping Gazette, 29 September 2001., Reference Number DX-023-193 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 digital imageJpeg image - True colour (24 bit), 118 pixels per cm.. Single art work

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