pupu


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pupu

(ˈpuːpuː)
n, pl -pu or -pus
(Cookery) a savoury Hawaiian dish, served as a starter
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Among the items available to buy is 'PuPu' a brooch in the form of a pigeon dropping.
P2, por exemplo, nomeou o estimulo-alvo de "pupu" e "pu" nas duas ultimas sondagens; P3, na segunda e terceira sondagens, nomeou S1 de "pupu"; P4 nomeou S1 como "catapu" na segunda sondagem e na Manutencao e como "papu" na terceira; P5, na fase de Manutencao, nomeou S1 de "bapu".
The deceased persons were identified as 16-year-old Pupu, son of Mushtaq and 18-year-old Ali Hassan who was a fruit vendor.
"Optically Pure Waters in Waikoropupu ('Pupu') Springs, Nelson, New Zealand." New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 29 (2): 251-256.
That such initiatives are also successful in preventing warfare has been shown by Wiessner and Pupu (2012) for the Enga province, where local leaders came up with their own adaptions of customary or local Christian institutions to curb violence and propagate peace.
Or look for other gifts that are unique: civet coffee (aromatic Pupu coffee I tell them, before explaining), woven cloth, anything Filipino, but not something that comes through as a tacky souvenir item.
The Central Waianea Mountains in Hawaii serve as the habitat to a wide variety of native and endangered species, including the apapane and elepaio birds, the koa and kokio ke'oke'o plants, and the pupu kuahiwi snail.
Blow loud the ivory trumpet, Dance to the exceptional victory: Onwa whe edjere: pupu puu, pupu puu.
He knows when he wants to make "wiwi" and "pupu." He would even ask us to take him to the toilet but when he's already there at the toilet, he would tell you he's finished even when he isn't.
Per Smerconish trademark, the rest of the show is devoted to a pupu platter of topics, from SAT scores to an old New Yorker story on an executed Texas man.