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New Zealand

named after the country, New Zealand.

New Zealand blue lupin
lupinusangustifolius.
New Zealand cattle tick
see haemaphysalislongicornis.
New Zealand red
a bright, red-buff fur rabbit, 7 to 9 lb, with a harsh 1 inch long coat.
New Zealand spinach
tetragoniaexpansa.
New Zealand white
a white-coated, pink-eyed, 10 lb meat rabbit, also commonly used as a laboratory rabbit with medium length ears and a double chin.
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Around 2,600 New Zealanders will become eligible to access loans to help them study at university, or higher level vocational education and training qualifications in Australia.
The recent study revealed that New Zealanders, especially the women, are coping to maintain a positive mood.
For AUP, the appeal of The Making of New Zealanders is no doubt its ability to occupy a space of overlap posited between 'popular' and 'scholarly' writing.
For New Zealanders here it's a way to connect back [to home], it's a big cultural event in New Zealand," said Millar.
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When I relate this tale to New Zealanders, they simply laugh and nod their heads in agreement.
New Zealander and Leeds University student Sonia Holland said she did not believe anyone was injured in the blaze.
And check this out: According to the New Zealand Ministry of Health, by 2014, all New Zealanders will have electronic access to their own health information; and all health professionals caring for a person, no matter where they are in the country, will have secure electronic access to that person's full health information.
Up to 600 New Zealanders living here could be entitled to vote, but must register to be included on the electoral roll.
One of NZNO's strategic aims is to oppose injustice and inequality wherever it impacts on the health and well-being of New Zealanders.
Moreover, Smith said in his part that thousands of New Zealanders visited Turkey on "Anzac Day" every year and thanked the Turkish state and government for the support and facilities they provided for New Zealander visitors.
Our analysis suggests the New Zealander incline was a phenomenon driven primarily by multi-generational New Zealanders who formerly identified as European.