- Haka definition, a ceremonial Maori war dance that involves chanting. See more.
- Case Study Report :New Zealand A Case Study of KAPA HAKA
- HAKA: to dance (the dance of Tanerore; the quivering of the air on a hot day)1.
- KA HAKA 'ULA O KE'ELIKŌLANI COLLEGE OF HAWAIIAN
- Once the brush opens up, the full breadth of Ka Haka 'Ula O Ke'elikōlani and the College of Hawaiian Language can be envisioned.
- Federated Identity - Haka Federation
- Federated Identity - Haka Federation. TF-CSIRT. September 22nd 2006.
- Haka Tika Tonu
- Haka. Tika Tonu. Tika tonu Ue!
- Deployed members prepare to hula and haka
- Aug 8, 2009 became alive with hula, haka and Hawaiian music as deployed members of the Hawaii.
- ABs told - stick to 10m line during haka
- The All Blacks haka came under scrutiny again ahead of last night's deciding Tri Nations clash against the Wallabies.
- All Blacks under scrutiny for over-the-top haka
- FINE LINE: Piri Weepu leads the All Blacks haka at Eden Park earlier this month. Source: Getty Images All Blacks lock Ali Williams crosses the 10-metre line while performing the haka before the clash with Australia at Eden Park earlier this month.
- A haka for Sir Paul
- Hato Petera College students can one day tell their grandchildren of the day they performed a gripping haka to farewell Sir Paul Reeves.
- All Blacks Lego team perform iconic Haka
- The one minute and eight seconds video, created by 17-year old Scottish student Graham Love, features the All Blacks performing the Haka, match-time offloads, sideline tries, and celebrations.
- Ban the haka: Marto
- The All Blacks should not be allowed to perform the haka before rugby union matches because it gives the New Zealand team "an unfair physical advantage" over their rivals, Fox Sports commentator Greg Martin says.
- All Black's Haka (Good quality) - YouTube
- Sep 30, 2006 @Ezechielpitau The All Blacks perform the Haka before every game.
- Haka (sports) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Haka is a traditional Maori war dance from New Zealand.
- Haka | Northland, New Zealand
- Prepare yourself for the energy and awe of the haka.
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