Zealander


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Noun1.Zealander - a native or inhabitant of Zealand
Seeland, Sjaelland, Zealand - the largest island of Denmark and the site of Copenhagen
Dane - a native or inhabitant of Denmark
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What a contrast between the well-clad, reading, writing, thinking American, with a watch, a pencil and a bill of exchange in his pocket, and the naked New Zealander, whose property is a club, a spear, a mat and an undivided twentieth of a shed to sleep under
The English were preceded in the whale fishery by the Hollanders, Zealanders, and Danes; from whom they derived many terms still extant in the fishery; and what is yet more, their fat old fashions, touching plenty to eat and drink.
For instance, the inhabitants of Otaheite, who, when first discovered, were governed by hereditary kings, had arrived at a far higher grade than another branch of the same people, the New Zealanders, -- who, although benefited by being compelled to turn their attention to agriculture, were republicans in the most absolute sense.
But New Zealanders find the falsehood of this proposition self-evident.
New Zealander Brendon McCullum New Zealander Brendon McCullum first played in the County Championship first played in the County Championship for which team?
Because Palenski never comes close to this (admittedly postmodernist) insight, he is left in the apparently comfortable position of being able to assert that '[t]he sense of being a New Zealander is something that is "felt" by individuals rather than prescribed from without' (p.
One New Zealander is believed dead, and Key says with a small group of Kiwis combating in Syria, there may have been other casualties as more body bags are expected, Al-Alam reported.
Fox-Pitt is second behind New Zealander Andrew Nicholson, who recently won successive four-star events at Burghley and Pau.
Australian Matt Cecchin will be in charge of the Elland Road showdown between England and the Kangaroos after getting the nod ahead of Super League official Phil Bentham and inexperienced New Zealander Henry Perenara.
The New Zealander subsequently apologised and Woods yesterday said he had discussed the matter with his former bagman at this week's Australian Open and had now drawn a line under the episode.
Moreover, Smith said in his part that thousands of New Zealanders visited Turkey on "Anzac Day" every year and thanked the Turkish state and government for the support and facilities they provided for New Zealander visitors.
In the 2006 census the number of people reporting New Zealander as their ethnic group increased five-fold, making it the third most frequent response behind New Zealand European and Maori.