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whare

(ˈwɔːrɪ; Maori ˈfɒrɛ)
n
1. (Anthropology & Ethnology) a Māori hut or dwelling place
2. (Building) any simple dwelling place, esp at a beach or in the bush
[from Māori]
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Kua panuitia e te Minita Whanaketanga Maori, te Minita Whare Awhina hoki, a te Honore Nanaia Mahuta te putea $2.793 miriona hei tautoko i tetahi papakainga hou ki Tauranga, Te Moananui a Toi.
Burrowes also worked with Plunket's Maori adviser to adopt Maori academic Mason Durie's Te Whare Tapa Wha holistic health model into PPAIRS.
Ko Te Poho-o-Mahaki te whare e mirimiritia ana o matou wairua.
Te Whare Tapa Wha (Durie, 1998) was developed to capture the Maori philosophy of Hauora (wellbeing), which encompasses holistic health and wellbeing (Rochford, 2004).
These concepts will be drawn together and presented within a therapeutic tool that integrates an established approach to exploring values-a Values Card Sort (VCS); traditional approaches to the transmission of Maori values--whakatauki; and a Maori model of health--Te Whare Tapa Wha.
The final challenge was held in front of the Te Whare Runanga building, and was followed by ceremonial speeches and songs inside.
Teachers who are worried about pronunciation may avoid focusing on important Maori models of health such as Te Whare Tapa Wha or Te Wheke, or even key policies and strategies such as He Korowai Oranga, the Maori Health Strategy.
Rugby League International Federation chief executive David Collier and RLWC2017 general manager (NZ operations) Andrea Nelson will be joined at the Auckland city-centre event by Kiwi internationals Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and Dean Whare and former Kangaroo Steve Price.
Rugby League International Federation chief executive David Collier and RLWC2017 general manager (NZ operations) Andrea Nelson will be joined at the Auckland citycentre event by Kiwi internationals Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and Dean Whare and former Kangaroo Steve Price.
Tangata whenua/ iwi kainga/ hau kainga (people of the land, of the host marae) are seated to the right of this whare tupuna (ancestral house), when looking out from the house to the marae atea.
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