Phormiums (phormium): Phormium is a genus of two plant species in the Asphodelaceae family. One species is endemic to New Zealand and the other is native to New Zealand and Norfolk Island. The two species are widely known in New Zealand as 'flax' and elsewhere as New Zealand flax or flax lily but are not related to flax which is native to the region extending from the eastern Mediterranean to India and which was used by humans in 30,000 B.C.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phormium

Phormiums (phormium): Phormium is a genus of two plant species in the Asphodelaceae family. One species is endemic to New Zealand and the other is native to New Zealand and Norfolk Island. The two species are widely known in New Zealand as 'flax' and elsewhere as New Zealand flax or flax lily but are not related to flax which is native to the region extending from the eastern Mediterranean to India and which was used by humans in 30,000 B.C. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phormium

New Zealand English : How it Should be Spoken 1938

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The Sabine-Circuit, New Zealand. (English Edition)

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This resource has 11 posters that have the colour name in Maori (New Zealand) English and Chinese. Please view the preview file.

Maori-English-Chinese Colour Splash Posters

This resource has 11 posters that have the colour name in Maori (New Zealand) English and Chinese. Please view the preview file.

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