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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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I can think of a couple of times I have struggled a little bit, during the first innings against NewZealand at Old Trafford.
Overshadowed by James Anderson's seven-wicket haul in the first innings on his home ground, Nottinghamshire seamer Sidebottom wrapped up an innings-and-nine-run victory before lunch on the fourth day to complete a 2-0 npower series triumph over NewZealand.
I missed five cuts before winning the US Open," said Campbell, who won the NewZealand Open in 2000.
The Irishman is in NewZealand as part of his Uefa Pro Licence coaching course after New Zealand and Wellington Phoenix coach Ricki Herbert, who is also working towards his Pro Licence, arranged for the pair to spend time with the All Blacks.
SPEAK to any body who has been to NewZealand and they all say the same: It's just like Britain was in the 60s
NewZealand chairman AndrewChalmers launched his verbal attack after Morley was told he had no case to answer after for an alleged high tackle during the Northern Union's centenary international against the All Golds last Saturday.
NEWZEALAND have been installed as 8-13 favourites for tomorrow's triangular series one-dayer against India in Bu-lawayo, writes Geoffrey Riddle.
Howlett, who has scored an incredible 49 international tries for NewZealand, insists he is enjoying his stay in Ireland and is intent on getting on the scoresheet forMunster against the Dragons in front of a sell-out crowd of 8,000.
One report yesterday suggested the players could be prepared to take strike action that might affect next month's two-Test NewZealand tour.
MATTHEW HOGGARD has welcomed his return to England's squad for Thursday's first Test - but has admitted he still has a battle tomake the starting line-up against NewZealand at Lord's.
NEWZEALAND captain Tana Umaga may miss his country's T ri-Nations clash with Australia in Sydney tomorrow after struggling to shake off an ankle injury sustained in last week's loss to South Africa, writes Geoffrey Riddle.
The NewZealand A and Waikato Chiefs half-back completed his move after the Ospreys paid an undisclosed fee to release him from the final year of his contract with the NewZealand Rugby Football Union.