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ponga

a tall tree fern, Cyathea dealbata, of New Zealand, with large feathery leaves
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Jason Barnes, planetary scientist from the University of Idaho in Moscow, who used a mathematical model to investigate the images taken by Cassini probe, said that what people are seeing seems to be consistent with waves at just a few locations in Punga Mare with a slope of six degrees.
In this expansion of her dissertation research, Alice Te Punga creates an easily understandable and absorbing text for those unfamiliar with Maori language or origin stories, while engaging those more familiar with the languages and cultures of the Pacific region.
CASE STUDY OF PUNGA NET; UNITING RADIO STATIONS ACROSS A COUNTRY: Kirk Harnack, Telos; Igor Zukina, Streamcom Ltd.
Review of Once Were Pacific: Maori Connedions to Oceania, by Alice Te Punga Somerville (Minneapolis: Minnesota University Press, 2012).
According to ISPR, In Jandola Sector Security forces conducted search and clearance operation and cleared area up to Ziaratzai near Ahmedwam and Tapar Punga near Nanu and recovered huge cache of arms and ammunition.
Terrorists fired with small arms on security forces at Shrawuna Punga near Biland Khel, resultantly 3 soldiers were injured.
In Razmak Sector security forces conducted search operation in Lowara Punga near Mana and cleared 50 compounds and bunkers.
As Alice Te Punga Somerville puts it in her essay: 'How do you find things you "share" when the basis of your connection is your insistence on uniqueness?
Security forces also cleared 50 compounds and bunkers during search operation in Lowara Punga near Mana.
RAWALPINDI, December 19, 2009 (Balochistan Times ): In Operation Rah-e-Nijat Six terrorists were killed during search operation at Lawara Punga near Mana.
ALICE TE PUNGA SOMERVILLE: So kia ora Chad--let's talk about comparative Indigenous methodologies.
Rawalpindi, December 19, 2009 (Frontier Star ): In Operation Rah-e-Nijat Six terrorists were killed during search operation at Lawara Punga near Mana.