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NOUN   a New Zealander | New Zealanders
SYNO Kiwi | New Zealander
New Zealander {noun}
новозеландец {м}
New Zealander {noun} [female]
новозеландка {ж}
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Usage Examples English
  • Another American writer Dalton Trumbo wrote a bitterly anti-war novel "Johnny Got His Gun" in 1938 which won a National Book Award the following year and was made into a film in 1971. New Zealander John A Lee, who fought as an infantryman in World War I and who lost an arm, produced a novel "Citizen into Soldier" (1937) inspired by his own experiences.
  • Naturally, however, the National Party led a campaign to stoke fears among its heavily European New Zealander base that the efforts were "unfairly privileging" Māori and "threatening social cohesion".
  • A young New Zealander named Jean Batten attended a dinner in Australia featuring Kingsford Smith after the trans-Pacific flight and told him "I'm going to learn to fly."
  • Gibson also served during the Great War, and recalled that he had been involved in a fight as a result of claiming that he had seen a New Zealander fly before the Wright Brothers.
  • Savage was awarded the title of "New Zealander of the Century" by "The New Zealand Herald" in 1999.
  • The literary scholar John Sutherland observes that Trollope suspended work on the novel (having reached the end of Chapter VIII) between February 1855 and May 1856, turning instead to his posthumously published "The New Zealander."
  • Backyard cricket has connotations to the pastimes of Australian, South African and New Zealander children who had large expansive backyards where they were able to play this informal game of sport often with friends, family and neighbors.
  • Paul Rutherford, the other openly gay member of the band, released the partially ABC produced album "Oh World" and a handful of singles before retiring with his New Zealander partner to Waiheke Island.
  • The period between World War I and World War II (the 1920s and 1930s) is generally referred to as the Golden Age of Detective Fiction. Apart from Ngaio Marsh (a New Zealander), they were all British.
  • He was only the second New Zealander ever to receive this award, the first being the nuclear physicist Ernest Rutherford.
  • Organised commercial bungee jumping began with the New Zealander, A J Hackett, who made his first jump from Auckland's Greenhithe Bridge in 1986.
  • Ward's next three films, "Vigil" (1984), "The Navigator: A Medieval Odyssey" (1988) and "Map of the Human Heart" (1993) were the first films by a New Zealander to be officially selected ‘in competition’ at the Cannes Film Festival.
  • On 29 January 2005, Canadian Les Jickling and New Zealander Mark Tanner completed the first human-powered transit of Ethiopia's Blue Nile.
  • The first championship race was held between the German and Italian rounds on 27 August; it was won by Jack Brabham with his New Zealander teammate Denny Hulme completing a Brabham 1–2.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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