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kotare

(ˈkɒtɑːrɪ)
n, pl kotare
(Animals) a small greenish-blue kingfisher, Halcyon sanctus, found in New Zealand, Australia, and some Pacific islands to the north
[Māori]
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SEED--LABEL ANALYSIS SEED AMOUNT GERMINATION RATE Weka White Clover 14.98% 85% Kotare White Clover 14.91% 90% Commander Chicory 04.97% 85% Medium Red Clover 04.96% 90% Sweet Clover 04.95% 85% Forage Chicory 04.94% 85% Other Crop Seed 00.05% -- Inert Matter 00.21% -- Weed Seed 00.03% -- Coating Material 50.00% -- Net weight: 25 Pounds TEST DATE: 5/17
(55) Peter Whiteford, 'Ursula Bethell, 1874-1945', Kotare, 7 (2008), 90-104 (p.
Most recently Newman has worked for Kotare Trust, which supports community action for a more just world through participatory education and research.
Earlier Marvi Memon tabled privilege motion against the Power Minister Pervaiz Ashraf claiming that Pervaiz Ahshrafs estimations over the Kotare Beraj were fake and out of contest.
Dr Paul Millar of the University of Canterbury and Associate Professors Jane Stafford and Mark Williams of Victoria University of Wellington, have edited three special issues of the refereed on-line journal Kotare: New Zealand Notes and Queries, published through the New Zealand Electronic Text Centre.
He is the series editor of Kotare: New Zealand Notes and Queries and is currently working on Middle English fiction, the letters of Ursula Bethell, and an anthology of religious verse.
(12) Sarah Shieff, 'Denis Glover, 1912-1980', Kotare, 7.3 (2008), p.
The workshops were organised by community education and research organisation Kotare Trust.
Caregivers--Sia Kelemete, Chrissy Edwards, Pam Stapp, Helen Moore, Thomas Murin, Heather Kotare and Dawn Boocock.
Puritan Legacy.' Kotare: New Zealand Notes and Queries 3.1 (2000),
Mason mad the Demise of Phoenix', Kotare 1, I (October 1998), 7.