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iwi

NZ a Maori tribe
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India has the fourth largest army in the world, so its adoption of the Galil ACE would be a huge success for IWI.
Since the river can't articulate its own interests, the new agreement stipulates that two river guardians will be appointed as representatives, one from the Whanganui Iwi and one from the Crown.
Charles Davis, who produced niupepa both for the Native Department and independently for evangelical purposes, reproduced a similar message in his paper, Te Waka o te Iwi, in 1857, in which can be seen the Pakeha vision of newspapers as not only a conduit of knowledge, but an instrument of civilization itself.
We provide illustrations of the value loss, based on our estimates and assumptions of the proportion of iwi wealth invested in 'restricted' fisheries assets.
Since the early 1990s, iwi have made significant headway in their demands to be compensated for historical grievances relating to the alienation of land and other resources.
The collective iwi will become the largest private forest land owners in New Zealand and the largest land owner in our region," spokesman Tamati Kruger said.
IWI works closely with other State offices and posts.
IWI is expanding its facilities in Joliet (Chicago), IL and Newport News, VA this summer, adding significant refrigerated space to each warehouse.
After the accident, the data is transferred through the IWI Web site to the database.
It is an exciting time in the wine-rack industry," said Walter Weisser, vice president of sales at IWI International, Chino, Cal.