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Tamure         
TYPE OF DANCE
The tāmūrē, or tamouré as popularized in many 1960s recordings, is a dance from Tahiti and the Cook Islands and although denied by the local purists, for the rest of the world it is the most popular dance and the mark of Tahiti. Usually danced as a group of boys and girls, all dressed in more (the Tahitian grass skirt, however not made of grass but of the fibers from the bark of the pūrau, "hibiscus").
Patutahi         
LOCALITY IN GISBORNE DISTRICT, NEW ZEALAND
Te Poho o Whakarau Oratanga a Tamure; Rongopai; Rongopai Marae; Takitimu Marae; Te Poho o Hiraina; Pakowhai Marae; Patutahi School; Patutahi Soccer Ground; Patutahi
Patutahi is a small settlement 15 kilometres from Gisborne, in the northeast of New Zealand's North Island. It is located in the valley of the Waipaoa River.
Pronunciation examples for Tamure
1. with Wade Tamura, who has Sam Choy's poke place
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