Papua New Guinean Kina

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Papua New Guinean Kina

The currency of Papua New Guinea. It was introduced in 1975, replacing the Australian dollar. While the kina replaced the dollar at par, it is a floating currency.
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The community-based organisation has to raise funds locally for the construction of homes, and to date, only two houses have been built at a cost of 27,000 kina (pounds 7,500) each.
The cocktail described by James Bond in the novel ``Casino Royale'': ``Three measures of Gordon's (gin), one of vodka, and a half-measure of Kina Lillet (aka Lillet Blanc, a type of wine made with fruit, brandy and herbs -- not as bitter as vermouth).
Kina testified that Robinson later recanted this claim and told detectives he made it up because he felt nervous.
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In a basement studio with a precariously low ceiling, Laura Kina paced around 52 panels of differently colored and patterned images.
Lawmakers sympathetic to their cause were also present such as House of Councillors member Shokichi Kina, who sang his signature song ''Hana'' (Flower), and Mizuho Fukushima, leader of minor opposition Social Democratic Party.
From the main opposition Democratic Party of Japan, Kazuya Shimba as well as Shokichi Kina from Okinawa blamed Koizumi for reportedly watching a film on the day of the accident.
Three parts Gordon's gin to one part vodka and half a measure of Kina Lillet, a French wine-based aperitif.
The event was hosted by Kina Gbezhgomi Child and Family Services of Wikwemikong.
The Internal Revenue Commission (IRC) is searching for ways to continue to enforce the VAT, which collects 600 million kina (about $138 million) a year.
The best selected lyrics will be made into a CD with a melody by Shokichi Kina, an Okinawa native and popular singer-songwriter, they said.