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What’s in a name? – News.au

When you think of life in Australia, it probably doesn’t include the word “family”.

But it turns out that not everyone is a member of that group.

The country’s oldest and longest-running family name has been the family name of Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard.

And a new study by University of Adelaide students has found that Julia Gillards surname is unique among Australian families.

A survey of 1,868 Australian families found that each of the first 100 names in the surname Gillard’s family is unique.

The family name Julia Gillies name, which includes both her surname and the name of her mother’s sister, Julia Glynn, was found to be unique in a further 100 families.

“That means that when you think about the Gillard family name, it is very unique,” said Dr Michael Hickey, who conducted the research.

“In terms of the number of people who have that name, the fact that it’s so different from other Australian surnames, it’s important to realise that we’re talking about a name that’s been used for more than 150 years, and is still the name used by so many Australian families.” “

The research also revealed that in the past 100 years, there have been six people born in the name Julia Gillies. “

In terms of the number of people who have that name, the fact that it’s so different from other Australian surnames, it’s important to realise that we’re talking about a name that’s been used for more than 150 years, and is still the name used by so many Australian families.”

The research also revealed that in the past 100 years, there have been six people born in the name Julia Gillies.

One of those is her sister Julia Gillie.

“She’s not in the family,” Dr Hickey said.

“Her name is not in this family.”

The name Julia is used by more than 30 Australian families, including the Glynn family.

The study also found that the surname Julia Gillys was unique among Australians who were born in Sydney.

“As you might imagine, Sydney has an unusually high concentration of Australian surnams,” Dr Wai Pui said.

A spokesperson for the Australian National University said the university was not aware of any other Australian surname with a similar number of Australians with it.

“We are aware of no other Australian family name that has such a large percentage of Australians living with it,” the spokesperson said.