Then they beat the living daylights out of the kiwis, 98-71.
If by some miracle New Zealand can win, then the kiwis are guaranteed to go through.
Of the 29 miners, 24 are kiwis, two are Australians, two are Britons and one is a South African.
Then we went into the Ostrich House and thoroughly searched two kiwis.
Because they roam about so much at night, the kiwis sleep much of the day.
And such a funny thing for a bird to do, the kiwis go about with their noses to the ground like a dog smelling after a rat.
They confound their parents daily with questions relating to the habits of marmots or the language of kiwis.
type of flightless bird, 1835, from Maori kiwi, said to be of imitative origin. As slang for "a New Zealander," it is attested from 1918. The kiwi fruit (Actinia chinesis), was so called in U.S. from c.1966 when it was imported there, but it is known in New Zealand as Chinese gooseberry (1925).
[fr the name of a flightless bird of New Zealand, fr Maori]