potae

potae

(ˈpɔtaɪ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) NZ a hat
[Māori]
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En la provincia de Formosa se asienta Potae Napocna Navogoh (La Primavera), una de las comunidades mas pobladas de la zona.
En cuanto al tema aqui tratado, pese a su vinculacion a los territorios ancestrales, los qom de Potae Napocna Navogoh no realizan piezas de alfareria ni recuerdan su proceso tecnico (L.
La comunidad qom Potae Napocna Navogoh (La Primavera) y el proceso de lucha por la restitucion de su territorio.
On eschatology, see also Elsdon Best, 'Maori Eschatology: The Whare Potae (House of Mourning) and its Lore; being a Description of many Customs, Beliefs, Superstitions, Rites, &c., pertaining to Death and Burial among the Maori People, as also some Account of Native Belief in a Spiritual World', Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 38 (1905), 148-239.
Other speakers were newly independent registered nurse (RN) contractor, Tracey Morgan, who told her "potae" story, exchanging a variety of hats to mark her changing roles; Te Runanga tauira leaders Paula King and Chrystal Turu who described their dreams to increase the Maori nursing workforce, empower Maori nursing leaders and improve the health status for all Maori; and Huarahi Whakatu dual competency professional development and recognition programme co-ordinator, Adrienne Donnelly-Kara.
(10) The Waikato-Tainui rohe includes much of the Waikato region, and spans from the Rohe Potae (King Country) in the south through to South Auckland, and from the west coast to the mountain ranges of Hapuakohe and Kaimai in the east.
The large differences in mean density and size of geoduck between the Kennedy Bay and Wellington populations may, in part, be due to large storm events that occurred in the Coromandel region in the mid 1990s, which saw large numbers of geoduck stranded on the beaches surrounding Kennedy Bay (George Potae, Kennedy Bay Mussel Company Ltd, pers.
"Amirio's Hat: te potae o Amiria." [double dagger] (Parallel text), L.
This part of the report addresses the land policy and legislation that the Crown imposed after 1900 in Te Rohe Potae and the implications these had on M?ori, who expected to continue to exercise mana whakahaere, or self-government, over their lands and communities.
A este respecto, el qarashe (es decir, el lider junto a su pueblo) de Potae Napocna Navogoh decia:
The Waitangi Tribunal has released the first 11 chapters of Te Mana Whatu Ahuru: Report on Te Rohe Potae Claims.