kina


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the basic unit of money in Papua New Guinea

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The 23-year-old free diver Levi Gavin was gathering kina and crayfish at Horahora Estuary on Feb 10 when suddenly an orca whale grabbed the catch bag still secured in his arm.
In Kina Poon's "The New Ailey," you'll get a sense of how much the company has changed, and yet how much the Ailey spirit has remained an anchor.
We provide the shortest delivery time - by afternoon of the next day," Said Kenkichi Kina, Managing Director, The Global Division, Okinawa Yamato Transport Co.
The twist on the traditional martini, left, is made with Gordon's gin, vodka and Kina Lillet - shaken not stirred.
He noted that the system used by Kina in the electoral registry is a modern system prepared for the purpose of the referendum and the , expressing Yemen's desire to take advantage of the Kenyan experience in this regard.
The cyclone is thought to be the strongest to threaten Fiji since Cyclone Kina, which killed 23 people and left thousands homeless in 1993.
MONDAY Kina Grannis won the "Crash the Superbowl" contest and earned the chance to have her music video played before an audience of 97 million.
The Bougainville authority has received 2 million kina (about pounds 575,000) from the national government and they are close to securing 600 hectares of land at Karoola, an hour's drive west of the town of Buka on Buka Island.
At this point big-finishing Droopys Kina broke down and she trailed in a distance behind the remainder.
aeDestinations' is Papua New Guinea's first frequent flyer programme and offers Air Nuigini passengers the opportunity to earn a point for every kina spent on travel with the carrier.
The deputy speaker of the House of Representatives in Papua New Guinea's autonomous province of Bougainville says she's appalled that millions of kina earmarked for the relocation of Carteret Islanders to the main island has gone missing.
She is survived by her husband Michael; Loving son Sam; Mother Barbara Bogle; Brother Wayne Bogle; Sister Diane Bogle Gibson; two nieces Allegra and Leath, and her devoted caretaker Kina Vaka.
It's made with three measures of Gordon's gin, one of vodka and half a measure of Kina Lillet (an aperitif), shaken over ice, then served with a thin slice of lemon peel.
Muslim Yucel, Kina ve Ayna (2003; Hernia and mirror), banned in Turkey
One oil palm grower I spoke to told me that they were initially promised around 400 Kina (approximately AU$200) per ton of oil palm fruit they harvested.