kawakawa


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kawakawa

(ˈkɑːwəˌkɑːwə)
n
(Plants) an aromatic shrub or small tree of New Zealand, Macropiper excelsum: held to be sacred by the Māoris. Also called: peppertree
[Māori]
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Nomination papers can be obtained from Councils Kawakawa Service Centre; the electoral office (Election Services, Level 2, 198 Federal Street, Auckland); downloaded from the Councils website; or by phoning 0800 922 822 to request papers by post.
The rocks McKay examined were not the same as those at Kawakawa, where there were worthwhile coal deposits (Hector, 1888).
My patch in the Far North includes an area from Kawakawa in the east, Flokianga in the south, Kaitaia in the west and Cape Reinga in the north.
Our thoughtful hosts had provided us with a list of sights to see on our way north and strangely one of them was the famous grass-roofed toilets in the township of Kawakawa.
Timeline of significant events relevant to soil erosion in the study area KOT, Kawakawa Oruanui tephra Time horizon Date Time elapsed to 2007 (years) KOT 25 400 years BP 25400 Landscape disturbance (burning) 750-550 years BP 750-550 by Maori European pastoralism begins ca.
Abcede, in a phone interview, said Luistro visited the TLS units in evacuation centers at San Jose Elementary School in Malilipot town, Mayon Elementary School in Tabaco City, California Village in KawaKawa Hill in Barangay (village) Tuburan in Ligao City, Guinobatan East Central School in Guinobatan town and Cabangan Elementary school in Camalig town.
The general mix (and you can pick these up from the big DIY chains) is just to use a pre-cut wood chip that is selected for smoking such as Manuka or Kawakawa but you can put a whole range of different things into your smoking mix to really bring out your own personal flavour.
Up until about 1994 laboratory services were provided by Bay of Islands Hospital Laboratory situated at Kawakawa, which is about 80 km south of Rawene.
TAG was awarded a 100% interest in a 61,900-acre permit extension that includes the remaining portion of the very large Kawakawa oil shale prospect located onshore in the East Coast Basin.
In later years she became a Justice of the Peace and an active member of the Kawakawa Anglican Church.
Every product in Comvita's new line contains the highest level of antibacterial activity Manuka honey and other ingredients from sustainable New Zealand sources, including Manuka leaf extract, active keratin from wool, Kawakawa and Kowhai extracts, and macadamia oil.
Situated in a context of on-going Maori healing arts--Gloria for example is shown applying kawakawa leaf as antiseptic (167)--Makareta's career can be understood as the continuation of traditional skills, knowledge and aroha.