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 n.— «Macdonald, whose memoir ends with a compelling account of the hikoi, the great protest march of Maoris to Waitangi in 1984, has a similar view.» —“Land Long Under a Cloud” by Spiro Zavis Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) Oct. 21, 1989. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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