Kei te mihi ki nga tau i a ia e whakapeto ngoi ana ki nga mahi nei, e tawhiri
nei taku reo ki tana hokinga mai ki tenei turanga.
In a video, which he took while standing outside the main entrance to Auschwitz, Tawhiri
said that he was visiting the site "to take a stand against anti-Semitism.
From this perspective, the familial deities (the many children of Rangi and Papa) can be understood as a metaphor for knowledge of that realm (Tawhiri
for weather, Haumia for rongoa, Rongo for kumara cultivation, and so forth--for convenience, using the short versions of the Maori names for the five deities mentioned in this sentence).
The Co-Operative has the crisp, crunchy white New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc Tawhiri
Sauvignon Blanc 2011 on sale at pounds 6.99 down from pounds 8.99.
Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2008 pounds 5.99 - Co-op
The Prince also got close to burly Maori brothers Tawhiri
and David Karetai, who welcomed him to the Otago Peninsula with a Hongi, the traditional Maori nose-pressing greeting.
Among them were brothers Tawhiri
and David Karetai, whose ancestor was among chiefs who signed the 1840 treaty that handed New Zealand to the British.
As our season changes, and the gentle breeze of Tawhiri
Matea brings winter to us, I reflect on the many strengths and talents that Irihapeti shared so willingly, both personally and professionally.
nga minita i te Ahumara ki te whakataetae Tohu Ahuwhenua
The Co-Operative has a couple of New Zealand wines on offer with the crisp and crunchy white Tawhiri
Sauvignon Blanc 2009 on sale at pounds 6.99, while for a soft plummy red why not try the Marlborough Estate Reserve Merlot 2009 priced at pounds 5.99.
Prince Charles, right, greets Tawhiri
Karetai with a Hongi as part of a traditional Maori welcome during a visit to the Royal Albatross Centre near Dunedin, New Zealand