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- n. A person from New Zealand or of New Zealand descent.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of New Zealand or its people
- n. a native or inhabitant of New Zealand
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No doubt, Williams was convinced that his situation was indeed one of those appropriate times that Azinger alluded to as the New Zealander felt the need to dispute Tiger's account of his dismissal.
While visiting my friend here in NZ, they set me up with this Kiwi guy (New Zealander, which is a friend of her hubby).
The New Zealander, who was fired by Woods earlier this year and has since joined up with the Australian Adam Scott, made the comment while on stage at a "caddie of the year" awards ceremony in Shanghai.
The former world No1 said he was hurt by the New Zealander's comment, made at an awards ceremony in Shanghai on Friday night, but that he was prepared to "move forward".
Two pilots – one Australian and one New Zealander – were among those who survived Thursday's crash on the northern coast, Australia's foreign affairs department said.
Richie will play out of his skin," said Deans, the New Zealander and former All Blacks assistant coach."
Murray McCully, had good relations with the Tongan Prime Minister at the time, and the Tongan Prime Minister's Economic Advisor, Rob Solomon, was a New Zealander whose consulting firm had done extensive work for NZAID over the last decade.
Farrar will be supported by his ace leadout man, Julian Dean of New Zealander.
So when the 21-year-old was handed a fourth start of the season following a muscle strain to the New Zealander, Clegg grabbed it with both hands with an outstanding display in wretched conditions in Twickenham.
He and Wales duly had the last laugh at the Millennium Stadium and the New Zealander is clearly hoping for a similar outcome.
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