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huia

(ˈhʊɪjə)
n
(Animals) an extinct bird of New Zealand, Heteralocha acutirostris, prized by early Māoris for its distinctive tail feathers
[Māori]
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The other book, published in 2007 by Huia Publishers, is Dominic O'Sullivan's Beyond biculturalism: The politics of an indigenous minority.
Evasores del reclutamiento, delincuentes, gente que huia de las ciudades, tipos que se pavoneaban a derecha e izquierda.
Esclareciendo conceptos y moralejas, Strauss huia del presente.
Tenders are invited for Construction Of Ward 20 Lookarganj Vivek Saksena K Ghar Hote Huia Lal Vihari Road Tk Dono Galiyao Mai Interlocking Ka Karya
An attempt on the record in January, by Kiwi cutter Stacey Te Huia, was abandoned less than half way through after he fell behind the rate required.
Soy contestatario, protesto y me quejo" (rasgos de alguien que nacio en el seno de una pareja que se conocio y acabo refugiandose en Mexico: su padre, que huia del fascismo espanol, y su madre, perseguida por el nazismo aleman}.
De acuerdo con la mencionada recomendacion, Osorio, quien huia del lugar, llevaba su revolver Colt .
Editor's note: Margolis is a writer, speaker and cooperative business development strategist and founder of Huia CDS, a consulting business in Wellington, New Zealand.
An electrifying display from members of New Zealand's two leading Maori performance art groups – Te Waka Huia and Te Whanau a Apanui.
Gloucester crossed through Jonny May, Huia Edmonds and Freddie Burns, but never looked like capable of pressing their own claim for seventh.
Gloucester crossed through Jonny May, Huia Edmonds and Freddie Burns, but never looked capable of pressing their own claim for seventh and were flattered by the scoreline.
But Andrea Masi and Johnson were binned to add to Will Helu's earlier card and Huia Edmonds and then Freddie Burns, with an interception try, added to Gloucester's tally.