kuku

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kuku

(kuːkuː)
n, pl kuku
1. (Animals) another name for New Zealand pigeon
2. (Animals) a mussel
[Māori]
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A project director today claimed trial at the Sessions Court to a charge of failing to ensure the safety of his workers at the Bukit Kukus paired road project under the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994.
There used to be three Balogun families in Ijebu: the Kukus, the Odunugas and there were the Saromis.
Notably, Iranians including ethnic Persians and ethnic Azerbaijani also make many different types of kukus with a variety of flavorings.
Survivors include her mother, Sara Wimer of Eugene; a son, Jason Kukus of Springfield; a sister, Patty Adams; two brothers, Bill and Charles Sturman; and two grandchildren.
In the letter sent to the residents of Kukus (kept by Rajko Zinzifov), Dimitrije Miladinov the teacher is openly expressing his joy because soon the churches will be giving services in the Mace donian language.
The contractor of the fatal Bukit Kukus landslide last year has filed a representation to the Attorney General's Chambers (AGC) for the negligent charges against them to be struck off, the Sessions Court heard today.
Kukus - Paula Sturman Kukus, 49, of Eugene, died Nov.
A 1.6km segment of the Bukit Kukus paired road linking Paya Terubong to Lebuh Bukit Jambul will be open to the public by August next year, with the remainder due in several more years.
The contractor of the Bukit Kukus paired road project, Yuta Maju Sdn Bhd, was slapped with three different charges under the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 over a fatal landslide incident that occurred last October here.