hakari


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hakari

(hɑːkɑːriː)
n, pl hakari
1. (Anthropology & Ethnology) NZ a feast which follows a ceremonial funeral or other important occasion
2. (Cookery) NZ a feast which follows a ceremonial funeral or other important occasion
[Māori]
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Tenders are invited for Package-V 1)Formation of CC Road from Devendrappa Hungund house to Shankrappa Hakari house in Ward No-02.
Thereafter follows a great hakari (feast) that still remembers the dead, but emphasises the world of the living.
Le casus belli, provoque par l'attaque kurde contre les forces de securite turques dans la province de Hakari frontaliere avec l'Irak, a rallume le vieux conflit pourtant porteur d'espoir de paix bel et bien mort et enterre.
Matariki, a Maori mid-winter seasonal festival including a hakari (feast), was celebrated by many of the participating early childhood services across all four studies.
Summary: Romeo Hakari who heads the BWT-Mahrain Democratic Party, an Assyrian Christian ethnic political party, stated that President of Kurdistan Region, Masoud Barzani made a historical decision for Christians to form a special Christian armed force in order to protect the Christians and their areas.
Most of the restaurants there specialise in fish and offer unusual delicacies including whale and hakari - rotten shark.
It will conclude with a hakari and awards presentation.
Each track's title is the name of a bizarre and exotic delicacy discovered by James and Jas whilst touring the world among them - Skin Cracker, Sweetbread and Hakari.
Romeo Hakari, a Christian lawmaker of Kurdistan's parliament, said "There is a conspiracy after approving this law.
i lai/lai (29a) 'carrying/having carried' lipi (52b) 'having smeared the ground (with clay, cow dung and water)' bhai/bhai (47a) 'having become/becoming' je rajadese hakari haluaha (44b, 'having invited'