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ponga

a tall tree fern, Cyathea dealbata, of New Zealand, with large feathery leaves
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There are three chapters (by Arini Loader, Alice Te Punga Somerville and Melissa Kennedy) dedicated solely to Maori literature, and several other essays (most notably, O'Donnell's, Young's and Wevers') devote substantial attention to this corpus.
Como esa tirana del norte, sin apellido, congregando a tanto roto, a tanto punga, que con la excusa de la manda, se lo pasan tres dias borrachos, comiendo a destajo, drogados y felices bailando esas danzas paganas a toda pampa los herejes." (78-79)
(Pamatmat's mother calls him "Punga," which he says he doesn't know the origin of or know how to spell.) At readings of the play, Pamatmat and the actors have spoken about their nicknames; everyone had one to share.
Of course Indigenous-settler relations are fundamental, not incidental, to the historical and political dynamics that this book explores, as classics like Richard Donnons Facing West (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1980) or the more recent work of, for example, Stuart Banner, Danika Medak-Saltzman, and Alice Te Punga Somerville make clear.
O madre, dona pure a me 1'oblio Del mio penar, e piu celeste ardore Sol degli erranti desti in me desio: Ed ogni spina che mi punga il core Si posso dir: "t'offro l'affanno mio.
Toen, Punga, 29TNG8186, 65 m, taludes norte, Quercus robur, 1-V-2013, Burgaz, MACB 106174.
Sierra del Divisor, cerca de Rio Punga 6[grados]55'11.2"S/ 73[grados]50'47"W 222m.
Alice Te Punga Sommerville's indigenous reading highlights the ambiguities expressed by films such as Jackson's about colonial feelings towards indigenous communities.
(8.) Migliori GB, Espinal M, Danilova ID, Punga VV, Grzemska M, Raviglione MC.
Espindola alude tambien a que el punga es un ladron que se siente artista y sobre los demas ladrones comunes, pues necesita de mucha delicadeza para robar metiendo sus manos en los bolsillos de las victimas [...].
The researchers have found sign of isolated ripples in a sea called Punga Mare on Titan's surface, which are not filled with water, but are filled with hydrocarbons like methane and ethane, the BBC reported.
Alice Te Punga Somerville's recent study Once Were Pacific: Maori Connections to Oceania invites readers to board her waka, an ocean-going canoe, to journey through waves of time and genres in search of "a kind of regional identification" (xxx) that spans much of the Pacific region.