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katipo

(ˈkætɪˌpəʊ; ˈkɑːd-)
n, pl -pos
(Animals) a small venomous spider, Latrodectus katipo, of New Zealand, commonly black with a red or orange stripe on the abdomen
[Māori]
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Use of artificial cover objects for detecting red katipo, Latrodectus katipo Powell (Araneae: Theridiidae).
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When nothing lived up to their expectations, the decision was made to hire a development firm (Katipo Communications) to write an ILS.
When that deal goes through, Sports Direct will own more than half of the company and it has a conditional agreement to then buy the remaining shares from Mark Heaton, Hugh Heaton, John O'Neill, Warrnambool and Katipo Limited.
Koha software according to Projektlink (2010) was initially developed in New Zealand by Katipo Communications Limited and first deployed in January of 2000 for Horowhenua Library Trust.
When chest pain and other symptoms developed the next morning, doctors presumed he had been bitten by a katipo.
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"In Auckland you are more likely to see South African preying mantis than our native species," says Forest and Bird's Geoff Keey, "and the katipo spider has found its way onto the threatened species list because a South African spider has aggressively overtaken its natural territory."
And in New Zealand the Horowhenua Library Trust and Katipo Communications have created Koha (http://www.koha.org), the world's first open source public library system.