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Originally appearing in Volume V23, Page 471 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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ROMA, a town of Waldegrave county, Queensland, Australia, 318 m. by rail W.N.W. of Brisbane. It is the centre of a rich pastoral and wheat-growing district, in which oranges and vines are largely grown and much wine is produced. The town was incorporated in 1867. Flour-milling is its chief industry. Pop. (1901) of town, 2371; of the district, 7110.
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ROBERT ROLLOCK (c. 1555-1599)

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