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A Maori community or people.
- ‘Some few years ago now the Anglican Church returned the land to the local iwi.’
- ‘The views held by the people of the iwi about the iwi are being regarded as much more important than anyone else's.’
- ‘They should tell us how the various iwi or hapu will be recognised so as to receive their entitlement.’
- ‘This model does not give fisheries to the Maori hapu and iwi that had them.’
- ‘Many iwi and hapu have been waiting for too long to see their grievances resolved.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.