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paua

an edible abalone, Haliotis iris, of New Zealand, having an iridescent shell used esp for jewellery

paua

[pau̇·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
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The enhancement of paua (Haliotis iris Martyn) populations in New Zealand.
Paua raised four hundred thousand Mexican silver dollars from various sources and deposited the amount in the national treasury.
Williamson J did not feel bound by the earlier Wi Parata-type case law, distinguishing those cases from the one he was hearing because the right to take undersized paua was a "non-territorial" claim; Te Weehi was "not based upon ownership of land or upon an exclusive right to a foreshore or bank of a river.
Organizaciones con mano de obra especializada en actividades de I + D, en sociedades que apoyan y consumen productos de alto valor agregado, tienden a tener este perfil y por tanto tienen disposicion digital1 (Dutta, Lanvin & Paua, 2004).
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Entries were received from 25 chefs who submitted a pre-qualifying recipe, which featured Abalone (known as Paua in New Zealand) and sweet potato (known as Kumara).
Zealand paua, offshore Nova Scotia scallop, New Zealand rock lobster,
49) The Maori woman who shared this insight referenced how some folks "buy their" Maoriness, purchasing items of known cultural authenticity such as Paua (shells) in a host of uses and forms (e.
To make matters worse, the most recent Global Competitiveness Report of the World Economic Forum places the Puerto Rican economy in a distant 42nd place from its main trading partner--the US--and behind its major counterparts Singapore, Ireland and Chile (Martin, Blanke, Drzeniek-Hanouz, Geiger, Mia, & Paua, 2008).
Her Shore Line business makes jewellery made from paua shell, which vary in colour from purples and blues to greens and pinks, making each piece of jewellery unique.
Na definicao dos indices do Global Competitiveness Index [GCI], leva-se em consideracao que "o desenvolvimento economico e um processo dinamico de melhorias sucessivas em que as economias encontram maneiras cada vez mais sofisticadas de produzir e competir" (Martin, Blanke, Hanouz, Geiger, Mia, & Paua, 2008, p.