iwi


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iwi

NZ a Maori tribe
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The Department of Conservation worked closely with the iwi of Taranaki in developing the project and iwi were represented on the steering group that oversaw the feasibility study.
In the Lead-up to the Budget, NZNO sought support from political and health sector Leaders for pay parity for nurses working for Maori and iwi providers.
iWi will introduce a number of new algae-based products, omega-3 supplements and partnerships to the nation.
To improve the accuracy of the ACE, IWI has incorporated the trigger from the Galil sniper rifle (averaged 6.5 pounds) and redesigned the AK-type gas tube to reduce accuracy-robbing vibrations.
On the same social networking site, Iwi asked netizens not to use her husband's passing for 'your political motives and schemes.'
Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) realized the potential of the design and proceeded to refine it.
Whanganui Iwi drink and swim in the waters, and rely on its eel fisheries for sustenance.
At the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840, Hobson had greeted each dignitary with 'He iwi tahi tatou'--we are one people, reflecting that Treaty endowed Maori with the rights and privileges of British subjects.
Dr Sharples says each iwi has rangatiratanga rights over its area and should have the right to decide whether mining can be allowed.
At a recent IWI seminar, hosted by GE Nantgarw, the company demonstrated examples of lean manufacturing it has successfully implemented.
If iwi added the fisheries assets to a well-diversified portfolio, the expected return calculated using the classical Capital Asset Pricing Model ('CAPM'), developed by Sharpe (1964) and Lintner (1965), would adequately compensate iwi for bearing solely market risk.
The latter was developed by IWI in collaboration with the Israel Defence Forces.