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Kiwi

A nickname of the New Zealand dollar.
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Despite their name, baby kiwis are actually mature fruit, a variety developed in Russia at least 50 years ago.
Like the modern kiwis, which resemble a large chicken in size, moas were restricted to New Zealand.
The new party is banking on the support of more than 640,000 Kiwis living in Australia.
DAY TWO: After Kiwis were dismissed for 346 he scored 66 as England stumbled to 145-5.
Tim Baker said many Kiwis in Australia had "good reason" to complain and grumble.
Kiwis reach full size in late summer and look ready for the table, but haven't yet developed enough sugar.
He said as of July 2012, the unemployment rate for Kiwis living in Australia was at 4.
Although many Kiwis have retired from active service with American, their dedication to preserving American's rich heritage will live on for years to come.
About 300,000 Kiwis are currently living and working in Australia.
The building that today houses Kiwis was The Cardiff Soldiers'' Restaurant in the late 19th century and has had a variety of names since then.
The kiwis were exported from Tonekabon, Mazandaran Province (northern Iran) to Syria.
Coached by former Hull second rower Stephen Kearney, the Kiwis stunned red hot favourites Australia with a stirring second half display.