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Jandal

(ˈdʒændəl)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) trademark NZ a type of sandal with a strip of material between the big toe and the other toes and over the foot
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Jandals - as they're called in New Zealand - are compulsory for Navy showers.
Forced to journey without tracks in jandals and longjohns wayfarers needs weave from found and bequeath a kahuwhakamarumaruwairua or bleed into darkness Aue Aue Aue Wairua a tupuna breathe aroha impervious to blizzards weave a cloak with hood hand kissed throat clasp brushed with lips kihi to dispel shadow.
The New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy is proud to publish the Plenary and Keynote session presentations from the NZAOT Conference: Dancing Jandals. The Frances Rutherford Lecture will be published in the next edition--something to look forward to reading.