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  1. an evergreen New Zealand tree (Libocedrus bidwillii) of montane and subalpine regions
  2. a large, fruit-eating pigeon
  3. : a composite structure that occurs in New Zealand, that when dried and burned yields a useful black pigment, and that is made up of the mummified body of a caterpillar killed by the attack of a parasitic ascomycetous fungus (Cordyceps robustus) together with the elongated fruiting body of the fungus which projects from the neck of the mummy

  4. A slave who ran away from his or her master. Often a member of a community of runaway slaves in the West Indies and South America.
  5. a New Zealand evergreen tree valued for its light soft easily worked wood, its resin, and the sweet edible exterior of its seed.
  6. large variety of clam
  7. Maori song sung at events that commemorate certain happenings
  8. the peoples of a territorial division of the Inca empire occupying most of central and northern Peru and Ecuador and their present-day descendants
  9. a Maori ornamental border of a mat

  10. Fastest shark

  11. Generalized humanoid forms common in Polynesian art. In the Maori creation story, Tiki is the name of the first man. Across Polynesian cultures, humanoid figures are known as tiki images.

  12. indigenous people of New Zealand

  13. facial tattoos in maori culture

  14. Sacred communal buildings for Maori ceremonies and religious rituals
  15. wild shrub of New Zealand that has edible berries
  16. ribbonwood
  17. a Samoan honeyeater
  18. a New Zealand tree (Dysoxylum spectabile) of the family Neliaceae whose wood is used for furniture and interior finish
  19. small venomous spider of Asia and Australia

  20. Ancestor of ongoing influence.
  21. a New Zealand parrot (Strigops habroptilus) with soft green and brown barred plumage that has well-developed wings but little power of flight, lives in holes or burrows in the ground, and has nocturnal habits

  22. any of various extinct flightless ratite birds of New Zealand constituting the family Dinornithidae and including numerous forms that range in size from one (Dinornis giganteus) which is about 12 feet in height to one (Anomolopteryx oweni) which is about the size of a turkey
  23. a troublesome New Zealand weed (Acaena sanguisorbae) bearing burs covered with hooked bristles
  24. tradition of maori people
  25. any of several New Zealand trees with dense heavy wood: such as
  26. a mat of fine flax worn as a cloak by the Maoris
  27. a New Zealand timber tree (Beilschmiedia tarairi) of the family Lauraceae
  28. a type of jade or greenstone treasured by maori

  29. a familiar European bird (Cuculus canorus) that is grayish brown above and white
  30. a graceful pinnate-leaved New Zealand palm
  31. tree of New Zealand; type of sweet potato of New Zealand
  32. red ocher used in New Zealand as a pigment especially on woodwork

  33. Highest social class

  34. a New Zealand tree (Alectryon excelsum) with large panicles of reddish flowers
  35. a short kilt made usually of strips of flax and worn by Maoris for native dances and on ceremonial occasions

  36. food fish

  37. a traditional weapon (spear) of the Maori people
  38. any of several small freshwater fish of New Zealand
  39. New Zealand tree called an ironwood

  40. charged with little or no supernatural power

  41. can be touched

  42. The block of rock that forms the upper half of a fault.
  43. Bread from heaven
  44. a New Zealand tree (Rapanea urvillei) of the family Myrsinaceae that has reddish brown leaves and small white flowers and a light wood that is much used for fuel

  45. large New zealand shellfish
  46. a Maori earth oven

  47. impersonal supernatural force or power that may be concentrated in objects or persons and that may be inherited, acquired, or conferred
  48. What plant has medicinal uses by Maori for healing cuts, stomach pains, and toothaches

  49. Gray warbler

  50. Tukutuku panels are a traditional Māori art form. They are decorative wall panels that were once part of the traditional wall construction used inside meeting houses. (nonrepresentational art from New Zealand)
  51. a large edible marine fish (Polyprion oxygeneios) of New Zealand waters that is closely related to or perhaps identical with the stonebass

  52. tribal grouping of interrelated families

  53. large, heavyset chicken like bird flightless endangered
  54. Laughing owl

  55. an olive brown New Zealand parrot (Nestor meridionalis) that is marked with gray on the crown and red on the face, neck, abdomen, rump, and underwing coverts and that talks and mimics well in captivity
  56. the New Zealand boobook owl

  57. The only god of Zoroastrianism, the creator of all things, who had certain qualities that he believed every human should have.

  58. Ancestry, genealogy
  59. a New Zealand bellbird
  60. the native rat (Rattus exulan) of New Zealand now wholly or nearly replaced by the introduced Norwegian and black rats
  61. the peoples of a territorial division of the Inca empire occupying most of central and northern Peru and Ecuador and their present-day descendants
  62. Polynesian temple structure.
  63. a rather small New Zealand broadleaf evergreen tree (Griselinia littoralis) sometimes cultivated in warm regions as an ornamental

  64. bird similar to a starling living in New Zealand

  65. New Zealand flax
  66. a storehouse for goods and merchandise

  67. The 85% majority of Rwanda, Belgiums thought that they were less European looking then Tutsis, even though one could not actually tell the difference. Tutsis stayed in power after independence and moderate Hutus and the Tutsis were murdered in the Rwandan genocide.

  68. Village

  69. shrub/tree of Australasia and Chile yielding hard strong wood

  70. a small reef island [n -s]

  71. a large reptile (Sphenodon punctatum) formerly common in New Zealand but now confined to certain islets near the coast that is the only surviving rhynchocephalian, has a pineal gland which shows distinct traces of having functioned as an eye in past ages, reaches a length of two and a half feet, is dark olive-green with small white or yellowish specks on the sides, has yellow spines along the back except on the neck, and in general resembles an iguana

  72. a large, fruit-eating pigeon

  73. New Zealand tree

  74. any of several trees of the genus Myoporum

  75. Free data mining package, for data exploration, profiling, mining, and visual analytics, containing hundreds of machine learning algorithms, techniques, and methods.

  76. the community of artists who have been making Pat scroll paintings for centuries in Bengal
  77. any of several freshwater fishes (family Galaxiidae) of New Zealand and Tasmania
  78. an evergreen New Zealand tree (Libocedrus bidwillii) of montane and subalpine regions