ruru


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ruru

(ˈruːruː)
n
(Animals) NZ another name for mopoke
[Māori]
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"But, if that time comes, I will prepare seriously," added Ruru, who related that it was his role as Ybarro in "Encantadia 2016" that originally prompted him to hit the gym.
Jacinta Ruru discusses the Waitangi Tribunal, a permanent forum for treaty dispute resolution in Aotearoa New Zealand that has yielded some promising results for Maori communities, including a recent settlement that changed a national park into a legal personality under Maori management.
Born in Wellington but brought up in Christchurch, Laurie was educated at Fendalton, Rangi Ruru Girls School and Canterbury University College, where she studied for a BA in history and philosophy.
The opportunity was also taken to update the portrait of the Queen, and to introduce a new denomination, the fifty dollar note, which entered circulation from late 1983 and featured the ruru (morepork).
Leitao Wu, (1) Hang Xu, (2) Liang Cao, (3) Tao Li, (1) Ruru Li, (1) Yang Feng, (1) Jianzong Chen, (1) and Jing Ma (3)
As Ruru Li has claimed, "Romeo andJuliet has been one of the most frequently performed Shakespearean tragedies" (2005, 44).
(22) See Kent McNeil, "The Doctrine of Discovery Reconsidered: Reflecting on Robert J Miller, Jacinta Ruru, Larissa Behrendt, and Tracey Lindberg, Discovering Indigenous Lands: The Doctrine of Discovery in the English Colonies and Felix Hoehn, Reconciling Sovereignties: Aboriginal Nations and Canada", Book Review [unpublished, on file with author].
The analysis is built upon in-depth case studies of selected mobile payments services around the world, including Alipay Wallet, Boku, Dwolla, LevelUp, RURU, Paym, Starbucks and Apple Pay.
(2013) 'What counts for Good Evidence: Provocation paper for the Alliance of Useful Evidence', Research Unit for Research Utilisation (RURU), School of Management, University of St Andrews, February.
(4) The verb 'to make' has been in the ascendancy in discussions of local history, as seen in James Belich, Making Peoples: A History of the New Zealanders from Polynesian Settlement to the End of the Nineteenth Century (London: Allen Lane; Auckland: Penguin Press, 1996); Making Our Place: Exploring Land-Use Tensions in Aotearoa New Zealand ed, by Jacinta Ruru, Janet Stephenson and Mick Abbott, (Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2011); Making a New Land: Environmental Histories of New Zealand, ed.
Li, Ruru. Shashibiya: Staging Shakespeare in China.
Li Ruru connects this production with Wu's "severe personal crises" and considers the work "a turning point in [Wu's] life and career" ("Lear's Shadow," 196).