tawai

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tawai

(ˈtɑːˌwaɪ) or

tawhai

n
(Plants) any of various species of beech of the genus Nothofagus of New Zealand, originally called "birches" by the settlers
[Māori]
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Guest speakers included Maori liaison police officers Tawhai Shuster and Peter Ririnui, GP John Armstrong from Rotorua,
WALES Students coach Latham Tawhai has named his 20-man squad for the Four Nations championships that kick off this Sunday at Carlisle Grounds, Bray, Ireland.
NEW ZEALAND: Nelson (NN): 1[male] (NZAC), aedeagus dissected and mounted in balsam on a clear plastic card, "New Zealand: NN: Devil River Rd, Tawhai SF 3km S of Reefton 17 IV 1972, 197m J.
On the one hand it represents voices from the newer generation of Maori writing, such as the sombre fiction of Alice Tawhai, or the joyous celebration of voyaging metaphors in Robert Sullivan's Star Waka.
This collection has cheerfully omitted Charlotte Grimshaw, Stephanie Johnson, Shonagh Koea, Sarah Quigley, and finest of all, Charlotte Randall, but dutifully included Sia Fiegel, Karlo Mila, Alice Tawhai, Alison Wong, and Keri Hulme.
Latham Tawhai had been a part of the Broncos coaching set up for five years after joining the club from London Skolars back in 2007.
London Skolars' Latham Tawhai took the League Two coach of the year gong, ahead of Celtic Crusaders boss John Dixon.
Player-coach Latham Tawhai, however, believes his side can beat Thunder for the second time this season.
THE National League coaching merry-go-round continues to turn, with experienced Kiwi scrum-half Latham Tawhai set for the London Skolars job.
Instead of putting their energies into how they might get away, participants are encouraged to openly address the issues from which they are running in korero toko-toko sessions(3) As Tawhai suggests, Whakapakari is better than Weymouth because "you get freedom, you are far away from the mainland and you can't get away.
Hunslet scrum-half Latham Tawhai, whose first-half drop goal proved crucial, landed the man of the match award.