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  • The flag they call the tino rangatiratanga flag was launched as the "Maori flag" in 1990 and first flown at Waitangi on February 6 that year, he says.

  • Steve Burton writes: tino makes a crucial point: "Italians and Irish ... arrived [in] a society with no welfare state, and no ideology of multiculturalism that operated against assimilation ..."

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  • " There is a feeling around that the laptop generation believes there is no painting before Jackson Pollock and no cinema before Taran tino, and we have to prove them wrong, " he said.

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  • They lower him tino a grave, pour on the cement -- and the coffin caves in, crushing and smothering him at once.

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  • Dale, dale, dale, no pierdas el tino; porque si lo pierdes, pierdes el camino.

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  • And as long as you keep telling these people that they are special and you are protecting them from the bad black-tino homo-atheist terror-crats that want to take away their special place in the sun, they will vote for them.

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  • UPDATE: (October 11) And here is mana tangata whenua, the power of the Maori struggles for tino-rangatiratanga ("self-determination" being the imperfect translation).

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • PHIL.IPS: It's a street separating L. A.'s black and L.tino neighborhoods and their gangs.

    CNN Transcript Jan 29, 2007

  • It is a dividing line between L. A.'s black and L.tino neighborhoods.

    CNN Transcript Jan 22, 2007

  • More people voted (32 to be exact) that Tim/Santino (Tim-tino?) did a better impression, and some refused to vote at all.

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