rahui


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rahui

(ˌrɑːˈhuːɪ)
n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) NZ a Māori prohibition
[Māori]
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taki River crossing, overbridges at Rahui Road and at School Road in Te Horo and proposed options for better walking and cycling access, Ms Speight says.
According to Police, armed dacoits intercepted a coach near Rahui Bus Stop and started looting the passengers.
The English version of Rahui (Szekely, 2011), with embedded Maori terms and phrases and a glossary, was published simultaneously with a complete Maori version of the book translated by Brian Morris.
According to Te Arataura Rahui Papa chairman of Waikato-Tainui the new strategy gives the opportunity to lead revitalisation efforts in the language.
The weed dating event was recently held at the Rahui Kahika Reserve in Titirangi, west Auckland to encourage potential couples to discover if romance could blossom while pulling weeds from the reserve, Stuff.
Ainsi le rahui, qui constitue l'interdiction temporaire de produire, echanger ou consommer certains aliments les plus valorises pendant une duree et sur un territoire donnes dans le but de constituer ou reconstituer des ressources, a ete detourne de son but premier au cours des annees qui suivirent le contact avec les Europeens au profit des seuls chefs et du commerce avec l'etranger (Beaglehole 1988 : 92; Adams 1964: 24; Wilson 1968 : 85 ; Moerenhout 1959, I: 531).
Nga Whenua Rahui is a contestable ministerial fund established in 1991 to provide funding for the protection of indigenous ecosystems on Maori land.
If some examples of customary law, such as the use of rahui (central to The Kaipara Affair), can be accepted as binding in certain specific cases, then Barclay wonders why the idea might not be extended.
87) Karthik Kannan & Rahui Telang, An Economic Analysis of Market for Software Vulnerabilities 12 (Third Workshop on Econ.
But sparkling play took Terry Rahui through, his own conversion giving Lions a 7-5 lead on 33 minutes.
Terii Rahui, one of Shelford's boys imported to Warwickshire from Auckland via Munster, hit a post with the conversion kick but then put over a penalty before Ben Harvey replied in kind and Stourbridge committed their next act of hari-kari.