Taranaki


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Taranaki

(ˌtærəˈnækiː)
n
(Placename) Mount Taranaki another name for (Mount) Egmont1
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But Taranaki's fired-up forwards edged their side back into the game, thanks, in part, to Grewcock's repeated indiscipline.
In New Plymouth, where the 2005 Lions faced Taranaki and where Wales played during the 2011 World Cup.
TARANAKI DISTRICT Health Board (DHB) has appointed former nurse Rosemary Clements as its new chief executive (CE).
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 2, 2016-Mosman Oil and Gas Nixes South Taranaki Energy Project Acquisition
The New Zealand-born prop, who starred for Taranaki, qualifies for Ireland via his maternal grandmother.
Taranaki native, who played social cricket for the Stratford club, Sandle's main sporting love is rugby.
The Cheal-C1 well was drilled directionally from the new "Cheal-C site" in TAG Oil's Petroleum Mining Permit 38156 (PMP 38156) in the Taranaki Basin, New Zealand.
While in Tasman Bay it would be serviced from Taranaki, he said, "although they may use the port of Nelson for a couple of things".
Neither of tomorrow morning's Air NZ Cup matches - between Tasman and Hawke's Bay and Taranaki and Canterbury - appeals.
Sheridan's solitary England cap was gained as a replacement against Canada last autumn, but after the Lions scrum struggled to make an impact during opening tour victories over Bay of Plenty and Taranaki, it is an area which will concentrate Woodward and his coaching think-tank.
But the former Newcastle Gosforth forward and Northumbria University graduate was so focused on the physical battle which awaited him against Taranaki yesterday that he forgot all about the mascot ( and left the Lions' team manager Louise Ramsay holding the toy.