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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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The IDB now has NZD 850 million of Kauri debt outstanding among three lines.
ancient kauri distributor, Ancientwood, La Pointe, WI, says the 42-inch by 94-inch Kahiko (Ancient One) table is one of a kind.
Then it was farewell to Kerikeri and we drove south in search of North Island's famous giant, 3,000-year-old Kauri Tree which is so awe-inspiring a sight that it can often move those who gaze upon it to tears.
On the spectacular Tangariro |Crossing and, below, Nigel Heath and wife Jenny at the Kauri Tree
Yarn used: Rimu Fingering and Kauri Fingering by Zealana, Performa Series imported by the YarnSisters, Inc.
3 million) five-year Kauri benchmark due 27 August 2019 through TD Securities.
htm) false report , the wrestler-turned-actor died while filming a movie in New Zealand after falling more than 60 feet on the Kauri Cliffs.
The poetry of Owen Marshall is 'steeped in the Classics, history, and literature, and yet is alive with the vivid particulars of damp duffle-coats and hot-air balloons, beer and bicycles, willows and skylarks, kauri gum and limestone tunnels'.
A Kauri bond is a New Zealand dollar denominated security, issued and registered in New Zealand by a foreign entity.
As the material for our library shelves, we had set our hearts on kauri wood.
Travel-Intel looks at three lodges: the Lodge at Kauri Cliffs in the Bay of Islands on New Zealand's North Island, the Farm at Cape Kidnappers along the North Island's Hawkes Bay, and Matakauri Lodge on Lake Wakatipu near Queenstown on New Zealand's South Island as three such places where time stands still.