Timaru

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Timaru

(tĭm`əro͞o), city (1996 pop. 27,323), E central South Island, New Zealand, on the Pacific Ocean. It is the main port for the S Canterbury Plains. Frozen meats and other products are exported from the artificial harbor. There are light industries in the city.
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Timaru

a port and resort in S New Zealand, on E South Island. Pop.: 43 100 (2004 est.)
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