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parapara

(ˈpɑːrɑːpɑːrɑː)
n, pl parapara
(Plants) a small New Zealand tree, Pisonia brunoniana, with sticky fruit and leaves which can trap small birds. Also called: bird-catching tree
[Māori]
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Bulletins, with coloured maps, were published in 1906 covering the Hokitika area of Westland and the Alexandra area of central Otago, followed in 1907 by Bulletins for the Parapara area around Karamea in the South Island and the Coromandel area of the North Island.
In the film, two Japanese girls perform a ParaPara dance (a disco dance trend popular in Japan) in a forest while a lama wanders in a supermarket.
12341234 565 ANELANEL.ANA (bank--Madagascar), BACKBACK.IRI (w3), CHUNCHUN.IRI (plain--Bolivia), DIOLDIOL.ETE (Senegal), GOURGOUR.ENE (Senegal), HUACHUAC.OTO (Peru), KASEKASE.BOB (wetland--Indonesia), PARAPARA.UMU (New Zealand), QUINQUIN.IRI (stream--Peru), TOKATOKA.UNU (a point in Fiji), URICURIC.AIA (river--Brazil)
amazonicum (parica), Cedrela odorata (cedro), Carapa guianenses (andiroba), Jacaranda copaia (parapara), Bagassa guianensis (tatajuba), Bertholletia excelsa (castanheira), entre outras (SABOGAL et al., 2006).