ariki

ariki

(ˈɑːrɪkɪ)
n, pl ariki
NZ the first-born male or female in a notable family; chief
[Māori]
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XII adoptan la organizacion en tribus lideradas por el Ariki, su jefe maximo.
Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations, Andrew Little, today welcomed Te Ariki Ta Tumu Te Heuheu and members of Ngati Tuwharetoa to Parliament to witness the Third Reading of their Treaty Settlement legislation, the Ngati Tuwharetoa Claims Settlement Bill.
Y no se equivocaba; en los primeros meses de 1974 ya funcionaban cuatro agencias rapanui (Mahinatur Ltda., Martin Travel, Manutara y Ariki Tour), un hotel, el Hotu Matua (de propiedad de Orlando Paoa) y 26 residenciales (vease Doc.
* Remain an active learner--Ka ma te Ariki; Ka ma te tauira.
The event, which will take place at the Shell Hall, Muson Centre, will feature star acts like Wole Oni, Tim Godfrey, Ranti, Lawrence and the Covenant, Onos Ariki, and IBK.
Adcock's early years, including her marriage to the poet Alistair Te Ariki Campbell, father of her two children, her relationships with her parents and sister, the author Marilyn Duckworth, her children and grandchildren, all of whom live in New Zealand, are crucial reference points in her work.
According to Fujimoto and Ariki [8], the main difference between the two approaches is that the operation of the Kalman filter is more computationally efficient in the frequency domain than in the time domain.
The island's name - Motu (island) and ariki (chieftain) - denotes the history and importance of this place.
Their current boat is a magnificent Cigale 16 Ariki Tai and their travels have taken them through the South Pacific, French Polynesia, Niue, Tonga, Fiji, New Caledonia, New Zealand, to Lord Howe Island four times, and Tasmania.
Taumoefolau M., 1996, <<From *Sau 'Ariki to Hawaiki>>, The Journal of the Polynesian Society, 105, 4:385-410, disponible sur Internet (http://www.jps.auckland.ac.nz/ document/?wid=4946) le 15 septembre 2017.
Monovalent electrolytes, i.e., sodium ([Na.sup.-1]), potassium ([K.sup.+]), and chloride ([Cl.sup.-]) are the key minerals, which consider as dietary electrolyte balance (DEB, [Na.sup.-1] + [K.sup.+] - [Cl.sup.-]) (Mongin, 1981; Borges, Silva, Ariki, Hooge, & Cummings, 2003a), have the greatest impact on acid-base balance or pH of blood and tissues under heat stress (Borges et al., 2004).