At 42, the native new zealander is something of a coaching prodigy.
By them the new zealander was conducted to a building just within the second or inner gate.
And do you mean to say this new zealander's actually coming to our school?
He offered the new zealander his tobacco-bag, which was quietly annexed with a smile.
How curious will be the first book of travels in England, written by a new zealander!
The comparison, however, tells heavily against the new zealander.
Not only was there a coat, but a new zealander's complete kit.
The thrush is spreading and meets with the approval of the hypercritical new zealander.
A new zealander is said to speak from his diaphragm, hands clenched at the sides, as the old Maoris used.
And then the new zealander, his face grim and set, began to take things out of his trousers' pockets.
from Dutch Nieuw Zeeland, literally "new sea land," but chiefly a reference to the Dutch province of Zeeland. Discovered 1647 by Dutch explorer Abel Tasman and originally named Staaten Landt; the name was changed the following year by Dutch authorities.