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piopio

(ˈpiːɒpiːɒ)
n, pl piopio
(Animals) a New Zealand thrush, Turnagra capensis, thought to be extinct
[Māori, of imitative origin]
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Bench shared the Holiday 2017 stage with designers Rhett Eala and Jerome Lorico, and sustainable local brand Piopio.
The bus, built by volunteers from the Piopio College Trust, is a replica of a Ford Model T, which were used for New Zealands first ever school bus service.
We were too forward in terms of trying to do the right thing," Gareth, from Piopio on New Zealand's North Island, said.
Mr MacRae from Piopio in New Zealand said: "I'm really looking forward to watching the live feeds.
Por no ser el lugar adecuado, no podemos entrar en discusiones profundas con el concepto bourdianano, pero si enfatizar la afirmacion explicita expresada claramente por una informante entrevistada en Piopio.
In those three events, 11 species of moa, two adzebills, the giant eagle, two flightless geese, the giant swan, numerous flightless wrens, the native crow, owlet nightjar, giant coot, Dieffenbach's rail, laughing owl, native quail, native thrush, piopio, and many seabird species disappeared from the landscape.
That was the fun, festive, fiesta mood set by the debut show of Paloma Urquijo Zobel's Piopio fashion brand Thursday, to open the four-day Bench shows.
Back in 1924, the government funded the first 3 Ford Model T school buses in the country to take kids to school in Piopio.
That's what audiences can expect from new fashion brand Piopio, when it presents its 'Barrio Fiesta' collection in its debut fashion show at Bench Fashion Week on Sept.
She has created the Piopio line of local crafts (such as inabel) made chic, now available at El Nido.
There is a newfound admiration for artistry, especially from our generation,' says Zobel, owner of fashion brand Piopio.
Paloma is Spanish for dove, and Piopio will be sold exclusively in El Nido, Palawan- known for, among other things, bird's nests.