Kuri

Kuri can refer to: ==Places== ==Persons== ...
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Kurī

The kurī became extinct in New Zealand some time after the arrival of European settlers. The last known specimens, a female and her pup, are now in the collection of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. ...
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Kuri

(from the article `Chad, Lake`) ...Other groups resisted integration into the medieval kingdoms. The Yedina (Buduma) established themselves among the inaccessible islands and along ... ...itself. Along the lower courses of the Logone and Chari rivers are the Kotoko, who are supposedly descended from the ancient Sao population that ... ...
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Kuri

[kitchen] A lit. warehouse behind or lit. warehouse hall is the kitchen of a Zen monastery, typically located behind the butsuden (or, Buddha Hall). Historically the kuri was a kitchen which prepared meals only for the abbot and his guests, though in modern Japan it now functions as the kitchen and administrative office for the entire monas...
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Kuri

A Squash.
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Kuri

In Hausa mythology, Kuri is a black hyena spirit who causes paralysis.
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Kuri

Kuri is derogatory New Zealand slang for a Maori.
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Kuri

The Kuri was a Japanese Kuri Class destroyer of 770 tons displacement launched in 1920. The Kuri was powered by three Kanpon oil-fired boilers providing a top speed of 31.5 knots and a range of 4800 km at 15 knots and carried a complement of 110. She was armed with three 4.7 inch guns; two anti-aircraft machine-guns and four 21 inch torpedo tubes a...
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