kete


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kete

(ˈkɛtɛ)
n, pl kete
(Crafts) NZ a basket woven from flax
[Māori]
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Like Kathleen Kete's study of pet keeping in nineteenth century Paris, Beasts in the Boudoir, Grier's book argues that pet keeping assumed heightened significance as social life grew increasingly impersonal and adversarial.
March 5, 2007 Environment services minister, Kete loane, says it's time to revert to biological farming as practiced by Cook Islands Maori'ui-tupuna' He is concerned about the environment being spoiled or damaged by too much use of chemicals or artificial fertilisers.
She is joined on the committee by Chris Brahler of TT Technologies Inc.; George Fink of Volvo Construction Equipment North America Inc.; David Gasmovic of McLaughlin Manufacturing Co.; James Hasler of Case Construction Equipment N.A.; Ivor Hill of Komatsu America Corp.; Larry Hoyord of Terex Utilities; Paul Keogh of JCB Inc.; Christopher Kete of Cummins Inc.; John Casey Pelton of Metrotech Corp.; and Mark Wegel of Altec Industries Inc.
"A wise person speaks carefully and with truth, for every word that passes between one's teeth is meant for something.'--Molefi Kete Asante (Educator, 1942)
EMBARQ chose Mexico City as its first project in part because the city had "an empowered decision maker who wants our help," says center codirector Nancy Kete.
Erasing Racism: The Survival of the American Nation by Molefi Kete Asante (Prometheus Books; 295 pages; $27.00 hardcover).
Considering that rubric, is it that much of a stretch to see Godey's as containing fictions, articles and poetry that, operating in an established sentimental mode, looked to "create a corporate entity, the family, as the persona of America" (Kete 1999,117)?
Investigate the open source program, Kete, at: http://kete.net.
This will enable P-Rod and Rainbow to join the recent parent list, along with Tony and Ashley Trujillo, Bob and Kete Kronbauer, and Erik and Luci Ellington.
The form of the Brick Bag is based upon a Maori 'kete', a bag that is made from woven flax.
"We are very concerned that there is so little progress," Kete Ioane, environment minister of the Cook Islands, told the Bali assembly.