Recent Examples of kiwi from the Web
The New Zealand Herald’s Grant Bradley reports that government officials and kiwis are excited about the potential of a space industry in their country.
In response to this, uh, misstep, a grocery store in Manchester is questioning anyone under 25 who tries to buy kiwis on Thursday ahead of Harry's concert.
In the room next door, 22 more kiwi eggs are incubating in an artificial chamber.
Harry was touched inappropriately during kiwi, absolutely disgusting. #WeCanSurvive pic.twitter.com/kdo6nv1i2m — JustLikeAna (@kiwisbaby28) October 22, 2017 WTF!!!
The kiwi dollar has dropped whenever polls show Labour is ahead, while the currency jumped a full U.S. cent after one recent survey put National in the lead.
ThirsTea has four flavors of the popping variety: strawberry, kiwi, passion fruit, and pomegranate.
Harry was touched inappropriately during kiwi, absolutely disgusting.
Analysts expect the kiwi to remain under pressure in the near term, but that this could provide attractive buying opportunities.
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A kiwi is any of three species of chicken-sized, grayish brown flightless birds found in New Zealand. Their Maori name refers to the male's shrill call. Kiwis have vestigial wings hidden within the plumage; nostrils at the tip (rather than the base) of the long flexible bill; soft, hairlike feathers; and stout, muscular legs. Each of the four toes has a large claw. Kiwis live in forests, where they sleep by day and forage for worms, insects and their larvae, and berries at night. They run swiftly and use their claws in defense when cornered.
Origin and Etymology of kiwi
First Known Use: 1835See Words from the same year
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