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marae

(məˈraɪ)
n
1. (Human Geography) NZ a traditional Māori tribal meeting place, originally one in the open air, now frequently a purpose-built building
2. (Human Geography) (in Polynesia) an open-air place of worship
[Māori]
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nau gathered at an emotional deed signing ceremony at Raketepauma Marae in the Ruapehu District today.
The fourth edition of Zayed Charity Marathon in Luxor - Photo by Ahmed Marae LUXOR, Egypt- 19 January 2018: The fourth edition of Zayed Charity Marathon in Luxor was wrapped up on Friday.
Communication and engagement with these men occurred in their homes, the homes of their relatives, at community or whanau events or on their marae (ceremonial courtyard and ritual arena specific to the socio-cultural history of a sub-tribe and or tribe).
She was a foundation member of the Maori Women's Welfare League in 1951 and was deeply involved in the establishment of the country's largest urban marae, Pipitea Marae, in 1980.
Of the Bill, Prime Minister Henry Puna said: "As we passed the Marae Moana Bill into law, we as a country assured our commitment to integrated ocean management globally and made history as this is the largest commitment by a single country from 'ridge to reef, and from reef to ocean.
Of the Bill, Prime Minister Henry Puna said, "As we passed the Marae Moana Bill into law, we as a country assured our commitment to integrated ocean management globally and made history as this is the largest commitment by a single country from 'ridge to reef, and from reef to ocean.
The bastions of cultural conservatism for the Maori were kinship within the tribal polity, the marae and the institution of the tangi" (Walker, 2004, p.
I did not--like the teachers--have to name my sacred mountain and river and sleep over in a marae, but .
In New Zealand, Charles and Camilla will be welcomed to Turangawaewae Marae, the home of the Kingitanga or Maori King Movement, where they will view a waka armada of canoes on the country's longest river, the Waikato, on the North Island.
Marae machine quilted a floral motif with loops and heart-shaped leaves in the quilt center.
The Oligarch, Alexander Abramov, is providing assistance to rebuild Ngatiwai's Te Uri o Hikihiki wharenui at Mokau Marae, north of Whangarei.
To honour his role in bringing Maori and non-Maori together for mutually successful business outcomes, Sir Ron Carter, head of the Committee for Auckland's Iwi Business Consortium, was recently presented with a korowai by the Ngati Whatua iwi at Orakei marae.