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Synonyms for kauri

resin of the kauri trees of New Zealand

tall timber tree of New Zealand having white straight-grained wood

white close-grained wood of a tree of the genus Agathis especially Agathis australis

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The transaction marks IDB's first NZD fixed-rate Kauri of 2018, their largest Kauri debt offering ever.
General manager Philip Sentch says Asians react positively to the age of the wood products on display--it's all ancient kauri at least 45,000 years old and proven by carbon dating.
The tabletop was constructed with two book-matched pieces of ancient kauri, with the natural edges facing the center.
On the spectacular Tangariro Crossing and, below, Nigel Heath and wife Jenny at the Kauri Tree
2 skeins Kauri Fingering by Zealana, Performa Series imported by the YarnSisters, Inc, 60% New Zealand merino, 30% brush-tail possum, 10% silk (167 yds/40g) in color K13 Ashen (B)
AfDB said it made the decision to issue the new Kauri offering, its first in over six years, because conditions on the New Zealand dollar have become more favourable for issuers and investors.
The first part of this article provides an overview of the Kauri market and describes some of the changes that have occurred since 2008.
According to The Kauaeranga Valley by Allan Berry (2007), the first record of Pakeha (European) use of the kauri tree was in 1772 when it was used for a ship's foremast.
The stich-work includes the following types of stitches - Tepchi, Bakhiya, Hool, Zanzeera, Rahet, Banarsi, Khatau, Phanda, Murri, Jali, Turpai, Darzdari, Pechani, Bijli, Ghaspatti, Makra, Kauri, Hathkadi, Banjkali, Sazi, Karan, Kapkapi, Madrazi, Bulbul-chasm, Taj Mahal, Janjeera, Kangan, Dhania-patti, Rozan, Meharki, Chanapatti, Blda, Jora, Keel kangan, Bulbul, Sidhaul, Ghas-ki-patti and a few others.
And it is due to this caring hand that Kauri Academy, the first Filipino-owned institution in Auckland, New Zealand, is opening opportunities for Filipinos to study and work in their country.
We wanted to use natural local materials, especially the beautiful kauri trees.
Ravishing atolls of Maldives, arid Atacama Desert in Chile, the walled city of York Minster in England, the Cave of Swallows in Mexico, the cliffs of the Great Australian Bight in Australia, the titanic kauri Tane Mahuta forests of far-north New Zealand, volatile Italian Stromboli isle and the scooped-out icy enclave in Concordia, Pakistan, are the other sights which will make you small.
New Zealand's The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs, was the best hotel in the world, according to the list.
Preliminary reports from New Zealand Police officials indicate that the actor fell more than 60 feet to his death on the Kauri Cliffs while on-set.
The Fund also supports conservation projects for species about which very little is known such as the Kauri redcoat damselfly (New Zealand), Bulburin (macadamia) nut (Australia), and the Rainbow goodeid fish (Mexico).