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Timaru

[ tim-uh-roo ]

noun

  1. a seaport on the E coast of South Island, in S New Zealand.


Timaru

/ ˈtɪməˌruː /

noun

  1. a port and resort in S New Zealand, on E South Island. Pop: 43 100 (2004 est)


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The line gradually converged towards the sea, until we ran along the shore, as we reached Timaru.

St. Mary's, Timaru, was begun in 1880, and its nave completed six years later.

Timaru was reached very late, and the best accommodation at the inn placed at our disposal.

Great quantities of frozen mutton, wool and grain are shipped from Timaru, a seaport town in that section.

In Canterbury you would be stared at if you called Timaru anything but "Timmeroo."

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