Fijian

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a native or inhabitant of Fiji

the Oceanic language spoken on Fiji

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Fijians will now be able to enjoy the comfort of our A330 aircraft on this 10-hour flight, departing Nadi late night and arriving in Singapore fresh in the morning ready to explore all that this bustling metropolitan city-state has to offer.
I think there are at least 500 Fijians here in Cardiff this week and it could be up to 1,000 by next week.
JOHANNESBURG (CyHAN)- The Fijian government is on standby to pull out Fiji's peacekeepers in South Sudan if the African country's civil war escalates, local media reported Monday.
These theologians differ in their understandings of interconnections between gender and the vanua, but all of them treat the vanua as a core topic indigenous Fijians must think about in new ways to articulate hopeful futures.
After the Fijians were captured on Thursday, more than 70 Filipinos spent two days besieged at two locations before reaching safety.
4, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Fiji Elections Office is calling on all Fijian citizens living overseas who want to register to vote in the 2014 parliamentary elections to submit an expression of interest online.
Summary: Fijian Ambassador Robin Nair speaks with Khaleej Times journalist Amanda Fisher about the challenges of office, being the first Fijian ambassador in the region and the 227 Fijian residents in the country
A Currency Design Committee of eminent Fijians has been approved by Prime Minister Commodore Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama to oversee the selection of designs that would be introduced on the notes.
One Hundred Sands is partnering with the Snoqualmie Tribe from the State of Washington and Seventh Generation LLC, a Native American company, in order to enhance its casino gaming experience, the development of social and economic initiates to benefit local Fijians, and to further develop cultural and tribal ties between Native Americans and Fijians.
Indigenous Fijians are a mixture of Polynesian and Melanesian, resulting from the original migrations to the South Pacific many centuries ago.
The Fijians are mostly servicemen with some based at St Athan.
Like all good Fijians, Naqica belongs to a family of rugby enthusiasts and "grew up" playing the Sevens game.
Ireland get pounds 30,000 and, after trailing the Fijians only 12-10 after 55 minutes, will surely wonder what might have been as they fly home today.
It was very hard for Fijians to succeed in these two institutions pre-1987.
The Fijians marked their first World Cup quarter-final in 20 years with a post-match church service (led by forwards coach Greg Mumm) and, having spotted Gerald Davies, Rauluni then made his way to the Wales wing legend.