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- another term for hangi
- ‘After the concert, you can go out to the hangi, which is essentially a Maori oven, dug in the earth, and in Rotorua, heated with the aid of the hot sulphur.’
- ‘Jonathan, Bekhe and Lewis built the raft, whilst Tumelo and I made a Maori oven.’
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