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parore

(ˈpɑːrəʊreɪ)
n, pl parore
(Animals) a dark brownish-green fish, Girella tricuspidata of coastal and estuarine waters in New Zealand's North Island and Australia. Also called: luderick or mangrove fish
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Some of his renowned works in Assamese music which audiences still enjoy includes 'Bistirno Parore,' 'Moi Eti Jajabo,' 'Ganga Mor Maa,' and 'Bimurto Mur Nixati Jen.'
General manager of Maori Health at the government agency PHARMAC, Marama Parore, has a clear vision for primary health care (PHC)--GPs would become primary health physicians and nurses would be the frontline health professionals.
Today's victory also marked the retirement of wicketkeeper Adam Parore after 78 Test matches to pursue "business opportunities" having claimed his 200th victim to remove Thorpe.
NEW ZEALAND.- First Inns: 202 (Harris 71; Caddick 4-70, Flintoff 3-49, Hoggard 3-66) Second Innings Richardson c Sub b Butcher...........25 Parore c Thorpe b Hoggard............36 Fleming b Hoggard........................1 Harris lbw b Butcher....................43 Astle c Butcher b Flintoff..............65 McMillan not out.........................50 Adams b Flintoff.........................11 Vettori c Foster b Flintoff..............0 Vincent c Giles b Hoggard.............10 Tuffey b Hoggard...........................5 Extras (b5 lb7 w1 nb10)............23 Total (9 wkts).....................269 Fall: 1-53, 2-55, 3-91, 4-166, 5-217, 6-232, 7-235, 8-262, 9-269.
Upset by the wrongful dismissal of all-rounder Andrew Flintoff, given out caught behind by Cowie after a blatant piece of gamesmanship by wicketkeeper Adam Parore in appealing for an edge when the ball passed at least six inches from the bat, England lost their composure.
"I heard a sound and appealed," explained Parore. "I've had nine people caught behind this winter who were given not out when they were definitely out and that's the way it goes.
Today's victory also marked the retirement of wicketkeeper Adam Parore after claiming his 200th victim in Graham Thorpe.
When bad light ended play early, New Zealand had recovered from a horrendous start with Harris on 55 and wicketkeeper Adam Parore, playing in his final Test, on 24.
Bad light ended play early with New Zealand 151 for five with Ralph Coates lookalike Harris on 55 and Adam Parore 24.
Hussain fell first, attempting to steer the ball down to third man in one-day style but instead edging Drum behind to wicketkeeper Adam Parore for 11.
Marcus Trescothick missed the first two balls before edging Chris Cairns' third behind to wicketkeeper Adam Parore while Mark Butcher lasted only two deliveries before giving a leading edge to debutant Ian Butler at mid-off.
But New Zealand had been 98-5 in the 24th over before Cairns added 62 for the sixth wicket with Chris Harris and an unbeaten seventh-wicket partnership of 84 with keeper Adam Parore.