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ha·ku

 (hä′ko͞o)
n. Hawaii
A crown made of fresh flowers.

[Hawaiian, from haku, to put in order, make a wreath.]

haku

(hɑːkuː)
n, pl haku
(Animals) NZ another name for kingfish4
[Māori]
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Rajendra Shrestha of the Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal was clad in Haku Patasi, traditional Newari wear while others were seen in Shrepa and Tamang clad.
Similarly, at the first All-India Potters' Conference (figures 8a and b) set up by Devi Prasad at Sevagram, the first prize was won by a young Haku Shah, who represented the Chaudhary community of Gujarat's votive terracotta sculptors.
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Makin has trained with some of the best judoka in the world, including 10th dan Sensei Haku Michigarmi and eight dan Sensei Bill Wood, and fought all over the globe - including tournaments in Japan, Bosnia, Pakistan and France.
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The planting includes a Prunus Tai Haku orchard, great drifts of Artemisia Powis Castle, Digitalis Purpurea Alba, Verbascum Chaixii, Achellia Moonshine, Paeonie Shirley Temple and Enichacea Purpurea White Swan.
Now there are 31 households from the destroyed Haku Village living in the tented settlement in Dhunche Village, the Rasuawa district headquarters and they are increasingly dependent on a waning supply of food and aid.
Luckily, there are varieties that stay under 6ft - including Cartmanii Joe, Haku Ookan and Marmori.
We are born chiefs': Chiefly identity and power in Haku, Buka Island.
The Toyota Shirakawa-Go Eco-Institute is located in an area of extreme natural beauty that extends to the foot of Mount Haku on the borders of Gifu, Fukui, and Ishikawa Prefectures.