Puia

Puia

 

a river in Arkhangel’sk Oblast, RSFSR; a left tributary of the Vaga River (Severnaia Dvina River basin). The Puia is 172 km long and drains an area of 2,500 sq km. It originates in the eastern spurs of the Niandoma Upland and is fed primarily by snow. The mean flow rate is approximately 25 cu m per sec. The river freezes in November, and the ice breaks up in late April or early May. Timber is floated on the Puia.

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The creation of the trophy has been an international collaborative effort between The Village Goldsmith in Wellington, Te Puia, the New Zealand M?ori Arts and Crafts Institute in Rotorua, and the firm of Ottewill who are based in Ashford in the county of Kent, southeast of London,.
"The creation of the trophy has been an international collaborative effort between The Village Goldsmith in Wellington, Te Puia, the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute in Rotorua, and the firm of Ottewill who are based in Ashford in the county of Kent, southeast of London,".
The offer includes two nights at the four star Adina Apartment Hotel, Auckland, a Waitangi Tour, two nights at the four star Edgewater Apartments, Paihia, two nights at the four star Grand Mercure Puka Park, two nights at the four star Millennium Hotel Rotorua, a Tamaki Hangi and Concert evening, a floatplane to White Island and Mount Tarawera, Te Puia Admission and Steam Box Lunch, two nights at the four star QT Wellington, a Martinborough Wine Tasting Tour, an Interislander Ferry, three nights at the four star Bay of Many Coves, two nights at the five star Hapuku Lodge Kaikoura, Maori Tour and Kaikoura Cultural Highlights experience, two nights at the four star The George Christchurch and a day return train from TranzAlpine to Arthurs Pass.
The offer includes two nights at the four star Adina Apartment Hotel, Auckland, a Waitangi Tour, two nights at the four star Edgewater Apartments, Paihia, two nights at the four star Grand Mercure Puka Park, two nights at the four star Millennium Hotel Rotorua, a Tamaki Hangi and Concert evening, a floatplane to White Island and Mount Tarawera, a Te Puia Admission and Steam Box Lunch, two nights at the four star QT Wellington, a Martinborough Wine Tasting Tour, an Interislander Ferry, three nights at the four star Bay of Many Coves, two nights at the five star Hapuku Lodge Kaikoura, a Maori Tour and Kaikoura Cultural Highlights experience, two nights at the four star The George Christchurch and a day return train from TranzAlpine to Arthurs Pass.
Na Romenia, Puia (2011) criou um indice de ruralidade aplicado na regiao de Salaj, entre os anos de 1990 a 2008, utilizando variaveis relativas a agricultura, forca de trabalho e indices populacionais, que englobam o crescimento vegetativo e a taxa de migracao.
A Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal hearing, in Hamilton in October 2016, considered a number of charges against Eva Harrison, formerly of Te Puia Springs.
In the same vein, Pergamit and Veum (1999); Peterson, Puia and Suess (2003) and Sclafane (1999) are of the view that, there is agreement among researchers that job satisfaction is strongly connected with opportunities for promotion.
After our first night in Taupo, we drove to Rotarua and visited Te Puia, which is a geothermal valley and a centre of Maori arts and crafts.
Autores como Waldorf (2007), Teljeur & Kelly (2008), Puia (2011), dentre outros, apontam que em um campo em processo de urbanizacao observam-se diferencas em algumas caracteristicas socioeconomicas quando se compara as mesmas com as que estao presentes em um campo ruralizado.
We enjoyed the Te Po cultural performance and dinner at Te Puia - where a 100ft geyser provides the grand finale.
In a descriptive secondary analysis of interview transcripts, investigators explored how provider communications affected pain information given by 74 older, community-dwelling, Black adults with osteoarthritis pain (Puia & McDonald, 2014).
Puia, "Pre-operative hypoalbuminemia in colorectal cancer patients undergoing elective surgery--a major risk factor for postoperative outcome," Chirurgia, vol.