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  • proper n. New Zealand

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Examples

  • Being in family lock down as I got exposed to rather a lot of what was on TV in Kiwiland.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Verily, we doth talk goofy in Kiwiland, since thou hast gone.

    I fail to believe this is a direct quote

  • The New Zealand government has refused entry to a couple of Brits trying to emigrate to Kiwiland on the basis that they are too fat: The government's reasoning is simple: it will take only immigrants of an "acceptable standard of health", ie those "unlikely to impose significant costs or demands on New Zealand's health or special education services".

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • Big hello to R in London, L & F in Kiwiland and Loolieboots home and gone again – sorry we missed you.

    One of these days…

  • Nige and Kate have moved to the South Island after a period living overseas, so I trust they're enjoying being back in Kiwiland, and I hope they have gotten over the shock of seeing Winston Peters in government, and Rodney Hide on Dancing with the Stars ...

    The Stork Delivers

  • Dinners being the most recent and as she is off to Kiwiland, how could I say no.

    One of these days… » Chocolate Fudge Cake

  • He used to work as a radio broadcaster back in Kiwiland, and has a rich, deep voice with just the hint of his NZ accent still audible.

    Archive 2005-02-01

  • Cheers the expression used in closing, down here in Kiwiland

    Philocrites: In praise of strategic thinking.

  • Back from Kiwiland, and there's so much to write about.

    jaimewolf Diary Entry

  • Wouldn't want young Koreans in Kiwiland to forget their culture, would we?

    The Marmot's Hole

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