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  1. Song of lament (composed in remembrance, can be like kaioraora if person was murdered)
  2. housed the dying person
  3. The one who leads the karanga
  4. Transparency
  5. Spiritual world
  6. god of earthquakes and volcanoes
  7. Anglican
  8. Primary school
  9. chiefs (senior tuakana lines, highest level of tapu, mana)
  10. god of forest
  11. 43
  12. immediate family
  13. Steward island.
  14. Trample the house - a whakanoa process to remove tapu associated with the tūpāpaku
  15. face
  16. to hold on to land
  17. fingers
  18. Tapu side of the whare tupuna or middle back
  19. relationships
  20. uncultivated food
  21. song that bears message from the atua (song of forbidding/telling of something that just happened in the iwi)
  22. 544
  23. Abusive, belittling haka (Hatred, composed by women, no actions)
  24. centre pole
  25. Roman Catholic
  26. Pacific marae
  27. evaluative war dance (performed in village, to women and elders, side to side jump, weapons)
  28. guest
  29. Alignment
  30. holisitic development
  31. commoners (weak/junior lines - tapu and mana)
  32. action songs
  33. dart
  34. love song
  35. Sky father
  36. Empowerment
  37. god of uncultivated food
  38. what determines position of coffin
  39. Future, behind
  40. Prayer
  41. Early childhood
  42. 505
  43. 34
  44. Side poles
  45. wide side
  46. narrow side
  47. god of wind
  48. immediate family
  49. family and community
  50. dying wishes
  51. where the mourners and tūpāpaku are housed
  52. Not alternate
  53. Traditional exhumation
  54. welcoming dance (most prolific among ngati porou women, women are at the front because there is no danger)
  55. poi dance
  56. Preparatory war dance (arm movements, no jump)
  57. Ceremonial dance (no weapons, set actions, social/political message)
  58. The last night of the tangihanga
  59. 52
  60. arms
  61. earth mother
  62. Flirtatious love song
  63. war haka (performed in battle field, high jump kick, with weapons, designed to intimidate)
  64. University
  65. burial
  66. Carving
  67. Short haka (no set actions, ka mate)
  68. servants (noa)
  69. god of sea
  70. god of humans
  71. Slaves, prisoners of war (noa)
  72. 39
  73. Lullaby
  74. remembrance service
  75. Best outcomes
  76. ribs
  77. god of peace and kumara
  78. Balanced motives
  79. Methodist
  80. Alternate speaches
  81. Sticking tongue out
  82. Physical world
  83. Widow
  84. performing along side
  85. Integrated goals
  86. Kotahitanga
  87. Past, foward
  88. immediate family
  89. dilating of pupils
  90. Tombstone unveiling
  91. Weaving
  92. back pole
  93. response to slander
  94. Structure at the apex