Rotorua

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Rotorua

(ˌrəʊtəˈruːə)
n
(Placename) a city in New Zealand, on N central North Island at the SW end of Lake Rotorua: centre of forestry; noted for volcanic activity. Pop: 67 800 (2004 est)
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But their overall record against the big three since that 22-21 victory over the Wallabies in Rotorua, New Zealand, is startling.
DYLAN HARTLEY was born in Rotorua, New Zealand but opted to play for England thanks to his English mother.
Yet, since pipping Australia 22-21 at Rotorua, New Zealand, in the inaugural World Cup of 1987 to claim a still best finish of third, Wales have recorded just three victories - South Africa once (1999), Australia twice (2005 and 2008) plus a draw in 2006 - in 60, yes 60 attempts.
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In Rotorua, New Zealand, he shows how volcanoes have played a critical role in keeping the planet habitable by providing a natural form of global warming, and how they saved the planet from one of the greatest disasters it has ever faced - called Snowball Earth.
based ArborGen LLC and Crown Research Institute Scion of Rotorua, New Zealand, have signed a multi-million dollar research and development agreement focused on gene discovery and molecular breeding for forest trees.
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