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kauri

1. a New Zealand coniferous tree, Agathis australis, with oval leaves and round cones: family Araucariaceae
2. the wood or resin of this tree
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Since the last update in 2008, (4) the Kauri market has continued to develop and increase in depth, with over $16.8 billion of Kauri bonds currently outstanding (around 7.5 percent of nominal GDP).
12 February 2010 - Multilateral financial institution Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) has priced its NZD150m (USD105m/EUR77m) 2014 kauri bond at 25 basis points over swap, Reuters said today citing the underwriters.
In addition to her parents, Kauri is survived by her twin sister, Calleigh Remy Levesque; her brother Eric Matthew Levesque; her paternal grandparents, Elaine Levesque and Al Fourgere of North Grosvenordale; her paternal great-grandparents, Jim Rice Jr.
The researchers have so far calculated the Kauri chronology back 5,000 years, but plenty of work remains--perhaps several decades'worth, Hogg says.
Or travel to the Kauri forests of Northland, where Maorilegend lives on, and absorb the amazing variety of species on show.
This tough customer, winner of a 6f handicap at Fairyhouse last season, finished third to Kauri Forest in a recent 7f handicap at Roscommon and has plenty in hand of today's rivals with an official rating of 80.
Lone Kauri Road I, Islands 1,1, Spring 1972, 2-3 [TEMO]
Yarn used: Kauri by Zealana imported by The YarnSisters
New Zealand's The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs, was the best hotel in the world, according to the list.
Abdelmalek Kauri, 19, of Overbury Street, Liverpool.
The Reserve Bank announced today that it will accept AA rated Kauri securities in its market operations.