kawau


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kawau

(kɑːwɑːuː)
n, pl kawau
(Animals) NZ another name for black shag
[Māori]
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Blair says a chief in the days of Governors Hobson, Fitzroy and Gray, Apihai Te Kawau, talked about "leaving this land of confusions".
He took monohull line honours and won overall the 2015 Coastal Classic, won line honours in the Gold Cup Passage Series and the Night Race to Kawau.
Grey had marked his return for a second term as New Zealand governor (1861-68; first term, 1845-53) by buying Kawau Island, off the Auckland coast, where he created a palatial new home and a library to replace the collection he had donated to what is now the National Library of South Africa, where he had also been governor (1854-61).
The histology and morphometrics of the major salivary glands of four species ofwallabies (Marsupialia: Macropodiae) from Kawau Island, New Zealand.
You can spot gannets plunging into the ocean and dolphins surfing in the tide when you take the mail boat from the harbour at Sandspit across to Kawau island.
NZ MAORI: Paku, Gear, Kawau, Tipoki, Tahana, Ellison, Smylie, West, de Malmanche, Tui, Ormsby, Triggs, MacDonald, Latimer, Smith.
Wasps wingers Paul Sackey and Tom Voyce scored in each half to put England in the ascendancy but the Maori, who had already touched down through Anthony Tahana, hit back through Jason Kawau to claim a one-point lead.
Wasps wingers Sackey and Tom Voyce scored in each half to put England in the ascendancy but the Maori, who had already touched down through Anthony Tahana, hit back through Jason Kawau to claim a one-point lead.
Kawau drove over from close range as the Maori regained the lead with referee George Clancy using the video referee for confirmation.
Wasps wingers Paul Sackey and Tom Voyce scored in each half to put England in control but the Maori, who had already touched down through Anthony Tahana, hit back through Jason Kawau to claim a one-point lead.
The histology and morphometrics of the major salivary glands of four species of wallabies (Marsupialia: Macropodiae) from Kawau Island, New Zealand.
The following passage concerns his chaplaincy to the 206 prisoners captured at the battle of Rangiriri in 1863, a chaplaincy he was asked to undertake by George Grey, who had made the risky decision to lodge the prisoners on his estate on Kawau island.