Rapa


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Ra·pa

 (rä′pə)
An island of the southern Pacific Ocean in southern French Polynesia south-southeast of Tahiti.
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Por lo anterior es que la lengua Rapa Nui sufre continuas modificaciones con el paso de los anos, lo que se traduce en cierta variabilidad en el uso de algunos terminos en el transcurso de los anos, algunos ya en desuso, otros recien incorporados.
The NO3 concentrations of Sorghum bicolor , Avena sativa and Brassica campestris were significantly higher (P<0.05) than Pennisetum glaucum, Zea mays and Brassica rapa but the NO3 contents of Brassica campestris were significantly higher than Pennisetum glaucum, Zea mays and Brassica rapa (Table I).
Polynesian seafarers who first arrived on Rapa Nui, approximately 900 years ago, went on to construct more than 300 ahu and almost 1,000 moai, which are believed to represent significant ancestors.
The RAPA stressed that its experimental results showed that there was no particular harmfulness in electromagnetic waves of 5G networks compared to LTE networks.
Those who wish to live on the island are now required to be a parent, partner or child of the Rapa Nui people.
For the last 17 years, Simpson has traveled to the island, living there for up to two years at a time, studying the Rapa Nui culture to take a closer look at the history that has been written about the collapse of this remote Polynesian island.
A toasted doorstep of the region's white Altmurra bread, plenty of sauted cime di rapa and dots of goats cheese worked brilliantly.
In addition to the signing of the MOU, Pedro Pablo Edmunds Paoa, the tribal leader of the Rapa Nui people, was invited to attend the 2018 Austronesian Forum in Taipei Aug.
rapa and recognize paralogs among these loci and the overexpression of miR165a in B.
A group of researchers from Pennsylvania State University and Binghamton University, State University of New York, have proposed a solution for how those stone hats - each weighing several tons - were moved to the tops of the stone heads by the people of Rapa Nui hundreds of years ago, in the absence of any modern technological tools and given the small number of the remote island's inhabitants.