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puku

(ˈpuːkuː)
n
(Anatomy) NZ the belly or stomach
[Māori]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.puku - an African antelope closely related to the waterbuckpuku - an African antelope closely related to the waterbuck
antelope - graceful Old World ruminant with long legs and horns directed upward and backward; includes gazelles; springboks; impalas; addax; gerenuks; blackbucks; dik-diks
Adenota, genus Adenota - African antelopes: puku
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There will be three different models of extended school days implemented: i) extended schooling (from 4 to 8 hours maintaining the same curriculum); ii) double schooling (from 4 to 8 hours, introducing new disciplines); iii) Eira puku (from 4 to 6 hours).
It was Narberth who struck first when prop Fifi Faletau (nicknamed "Puku") crashed over the visitors line and then No 8 Gareth Bennett, the Wales students cap, drove over in the high wind for flyhalf Simon Daniel, a former Wales under-19 cap, to convert.
The luxuriously refurbished Puku Ridge (opening in September) overlooks the floodplains where Ginger and Garlic, Zambia's most famous lions, compete for territory with the local prides.
A water-loving antelope, red lechwe, grazes the flooded plains in the thousands, while puku, roan, wildebeest, and zebra stick to higher ground.
Tenders are invited for 0ne side bamboo pailling at sarful puku at surkhali under sadal gp
Comparative diet and habitat selection of puku and lechwe in northern Botswana.--J.
Ipak, tek ce u devetnaestom stoljecu normirani jezik, standardni jezik, postati namijenjen i obicnom puku, osobito kroz sirenje obveznog skolovanja.
Today, the area has abundant elephant, lion, sable and waterbuck, and Clive says the puku population is quite unbelievable.
Puku Ridge Puku Ridge is extremely luxurious and very wild, with views of a plain dotted with game all the time.
During numerous game drives in elevated open-top vehicles, I watch a tough male carefully guarding his prey in the treetops, witness a hungry juvenile stalking puku - a type of antelope - in the bushes, and spend several hours with a surprisingly approachable female, as she glides slowly through the long grass, tracking an impala herd.
He called his charger the 'Puku', after a beautiful but tough antelope found in Tanzania.