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marae

1. NZ a traditional Maori tribal meeting place, originally one in the open air, now frequently a purpose-built building
2. (in Polynesia) an open-air place of worship
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Tona tikanga ka oti te whakawhanaketanga o tenei papakainga hei te marama o Pipiri 2020, a, e tautoko hoki i nga marae tata e rua; nga pae tapu o nga marae o Hairini, o Maungatapu.
(1.) P Parsons, "Tane-nui-a-rangi," Kohupatiki Marae Centennial Booklet (Clive: Kohupatiki Marae, 2013).
Otaki is the home of the Ngati Raukawa matua marae.
Turangawaewae, marae and the interconnected Maori self
Of the Bill, Prime Minister Henry Puna said: "As we passed the Marae Moana Bill into law, we as a country assured our commitment to integrated ocean management globally and made history as this is the largest commitment by a single country from 'ridge to reef, and from reef to ocean.'"
Of the Bill, Prime Minister Henry Puna said, "As we passed the Marae Moana Bill into law, we as a country assured our commitment to integrated ocean management globally and made history as this is the largest commitment by a single country from 'ridge to reef, and from reef to ocean.'"
The Maori, however, turn their team base into "Marae" - sacred meeting grounds and community focal points - complete with ornately carved totems.
Datu and Hataw are also giving a 20-minute special sneak peek performance at The Field Museum on October 1, at 2 p.m., on the Museum Marae.
"The bastions of cultural conservatism for the Maori were kinship within the tribal polity, the marae and the institution of the tangi" (Walker, 2004, p.
In New Zealand, Charles and Camilla will be welcomed to Turangawaewae Marae, the home of the Kingitanga or Maori King Movement, where they will view a waka armada of canoes on the country's longest river, the Waikato, on the North Island.
Marae machine quilted a floral motif with loops and heart-shaped leaves in the quilt center.
The Oligarch, Alexander Abramov, is providing assistance to rebuild Ngatiwai's Te Uri o Hikihiki wharenui at Mokau Marae, north of Whangarei.