piki


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piki

(ˈpiːkiː)
n
(Cookery) cookery US a type of flat dry bread that is baked in very thin sheets which are then rolled up together, made by the Hopi people from blue cornmeal
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Faberaspis sarnaneb perekonnale Poraspis, kuna neil molemal puudub kilbi jagunemine epitegumiteks (kilbi elementideks) ja molemal on uhesugune kilbi kuju ning piki kilpi kulgevad katkematud dentiiniribikesed.
Tenders are invited for Construction of brickpavement road to cement concrete road from h/o- biswanath rajak,asok piki,l.
Edwards, who is clinical team leader at Te Piki Oranga Maori Health and Social Services in Whakatu (Nelson), urged nurses to protect tikanga Maori within the health system and at the Nursing Council.
Vardiyali calisma ve endokrin sistem: Normal insanlarda kortizol piki sabaha karsi uykunun son saatlerinde meydana gelir.
There was also acknowledgement of kia piki ake i nga raruraru o te kainga, or the importance of improving life for all Maori by having this discussion, and the kaupapa, the fact that the findings would contribute to everyone's knowledge.
A native Kiwi who caught the entertainment bug from high school theater, Neal served as producer while his company, Piki Films, co-distributed "Wilderpeople" in the country.
Stufkens (2013), 'The New Zealand/Aotearoa Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Implementation Journey Piki Ake Te Tihi--"Strive for Excellence"', Journal of Human Lactation, Vol.
kutralen malle[flechas superior]" piki piam nguru[flechas inferior]| trilal-leki piam [flechas inferior]| 44.
a oke kia piki te ora, kia piki te kaha, kaore i arikarika nga
Piki lets you hear what your friends are listening to and pick songs you think they should hear, too.
Chef John Sharpe's Navajo-raised churro lamb alone is worth a visit, while the piki bread is a must both for taste and novelty.