amokura

amokura

(ˈɑːˌməʊkuːrə)
n, pl amokura
(Animals) a white pelagian bird, Paethon rubricauda, of tropical latitudes in the Indian and Pacific oceans, with a red beak and long red tail feathers
[Māori]
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Amokura Kawharu, Expert Paper #2 TPPA: Chapter 9 on Investment, WordPress.
The well objective is to assess the hydrocarbon prospects of a 4-way dip closed structure similar to the generating Tui, Amokura and Pateke fields and it will aim for the same F10 reservoir sandstones.
MANU AO est supervise par le comite Te Kahui Amokura, constitue de chercheurs maori parmi les plus reputes, comme 1es professeurs Sir Mason Durie et Sir Tipene O'Reagan.
Chapter 3, 'Dead Reckoning: National Genealogies in Aotearoa/New Zealand', offers an extended reading of Amokura, the largely unstudied 1978 Maori historical novel by June Mitchell, and a briefer reading of Keri Httlrne's celebrated 1983 Maori novel, the bone people.
PMP 38158, sited in the offshore Taranaki Basin, New Zealand, holds the Tui, Amokura and Pateke fields and started producing in 2007.