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marae

1. NZ a traditional Maori tribal meeting place, originally one in the open air, now frequently a purpose-built building
2. (in Polynesia) an open-air place of worship
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Te Whare Tapa Wha, first developed in 1982 by Mason Durie during a Maori health workers hui (meeting) (Durie, 1994) is one of the most commonly applied Maori models of health applied in mental health and addiction selfing in New Zealand.
During this outpouring of grief the pallbearers under the instructions of an elder from the iwi kainga will lay the deceased at the upoko o te whare (head of the house) so that the tupapaku can lie in state openly.
One such holistic model, Te Whare Tapa Wha is a basic model which includes four domains; te taha wairua (The spiritual side), te taha hinengaro (The mental side), te taha tinana (The physical side), and te taha whanau (The extended family side) (Durie, 1998).
On eschatology, see also Elsdon Best, 'Maori Eschatology: The Whare Potae (House of Mourning) and its Lore; being a Description of many Customs, Beliefs, Superstitions, Rites, &c.
The Maori health model Te Whare Tapa Wha (Durie, 1994) provides a tool for reflection.
K Locke; R Tuivasa-Sheck, D Whare, B Goodwin, M Vatuvei; K Foran, S Johnson; J Waerea-Hargreaves, I Luke, J Bromwich, S Mannnering, S B Williams, E Taylor.
But the Kiwis hit back when Dean Whare threw an audacious inside pass for Roger Tuivasa-Sheck to touch down and Johnson levelled the scores 8-8 at the break when George Burgess was penalised for obstruction.
Mike Hnyda, Sean Whare and Darren Powell, from Porthcawl, have raised more than pounds 25,000 after completing their challenge.
The nursing framework I use to guide my practice is adapted from Strong Memorial Hospital's Model of Advanced Practice Nursing and the Te Whare Tapa Wha model, as illustrated in Figure 1.
There was a bit too much planting, we got a bit ahead of ourselves and there's been some correction there," said Anna Flowerday, who owns the Te Whare Ra winery outside Blenheim.
Te Ahukaramu Charles Royal has described Whare Tapere, or 'house of entertainment', as an institution of Maori popular culture or amusement that ceased in the mid nineteenth century.
Whare karakia; Maori church building, decoration & ritual in Aotearoa New Zealand 1834-1863.