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Tai Tapu

Tai Tapu is a large village located 6 km east of the town of Lincoln and 18 km south west of Christchurch on State Highway 75. It has 3 cafes which are as follows, Tai Tapu General Store, Raspberry Cafe, The Packing Horse and a few shops (Obelisk Furniture Store, Belleza Boutique, Antiques and Curios Antique Store & Tai Tapu Mower Shop). It also has two garages (Challenge Tai Tapu & Tai Tapu Motors). It has a primary school (Tai Tapu Primary) and a church and a library (the church and library... read more

Tapu resmi

The tapu resmi was a feudal land-registration tax in the Ottoman Empire.A ''tapu'' was the equivalent of a title deed for farmland, in a feudal system where farmers were proprietors rather than outright owners; this would be recorded in a ''tapu tahrir'', a survey of land ownership and land grants which the Ottoman government used to update land-tax records, and which are now valuable to historians. Not all land was subject to the tapu system; iltizam tax-farming was more commonly applied to non-tapu... read more

Tapu Javeri

Tapu Javeri (Urdu: ; born Mustapha Farabi Javeri on 5 May 1965) is a Pakistani fashion and art photographer, radio host and jewellery designer. He works as a freelance photographer and was the photo editor of the Xtra magazine. He designs handbags, T-shirts and scarves for his label "Tapulicious". He has also designed T-shirts for the Pakistani fashion designer Maheen Khan's label "Gulabo".He hosts a radio show, The Dark Room on CityFm89 (a country wide radio channel in Pakistan). In 2010, 2011 and... read more

Hirawanu Tapu

Hirawanu Tapu (?–1900) was a notable New Zealand Moriori leader. He was born in Te Awapatiki, Chatham Islands, New Zealand. He was a major source for Alexander Shand's works on Moriori history, traditions, chants and vocabulary, and about 90 percent of all extant knowledge of his people's culture and language passed through his hands.==References==Category:People from the Chatham IslandsCategory:Last known speakers of a language read more

Nima tapu

Nima Tapu are the Royal Undertakers for the Tongan royal family. It is their role to prepare the dead king's body for burial. Once the preparation is complete, they are not allowed to use their hands for any other purpose for the next 100 days. In earlier times the nima tapu would be strangled or have their hands cut off after preparing the king's body. read more

Turgay Tapu

Turgay Tapu (born April 29, 1982) is a German football player, who played for Rot Weiss Ahlen and SC Roland Beckum. Tapu was part of the reserve team of RW Ahlen from 2004 until 2008 after which he joined the main team. In 2008, he had three appearances in the 2.Bundesliga after the first goalkeeper of the team, Manuel Lenz, was given a red card causing a two match suspension.In 2009, Turgay Tapu became part of SC Roland Beckum where he stayed until 2011. In 2011, he went back to his former team... read more

Vasant Tapu

Vasant Tapu Harji Chavda, usually known as Vasant Tapu (1936-1988) was a Tanzanian cricketer. A left-handed batsman and left-arm fast-medium/left-arm orthodox spin bowler, he played for the Tanzania national cricket team between 1967 and 1974 at CricketArchive and also played first-class cricket for East Africa. at Cricinfo==Biography==Born in Tanganyika in 1936, Vasant Tapu began to play international cricket in August 1967 with two matches against India. The first was for Tanzania in Dar es Salaam... read more

Fenua Tapu

Fenua Tapu is an islet of Nui atoll in the Pacific Ocean state of Tuvalu.It is the most southern and most eastern islet of Nui and is the largest (area 1.38 km²). Most Nuians live on the western end of Fenua Tapu, where a village including the settlements of Alamoni - Maiaki and Manutalake - Meang (Tanrake) lies.A Dutch expedition (the frigate ''Maria Reigersberg'') found Nui on the morning of June 14, 1825 and named Fenua Tapu as ''Nederlandsch Eiland''.Pieter Troost: ''Aanteekeningen gehouden... read more

Tapu River

The Tapu River is a river of the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand's North Island. It flows west from the Coromandel Range, reaching the Firth of Thames at the settlement of Tapu, approximately halfway between Thames and Coromandel. read more

Tapu ae

Tapu ae (also known as Tapuwai and Tapuwae) is a traditional Māori ball game. It is an adaptation of ki-o-rahi to a court game, and was formalised about 1900. Today it is played on a hard surface such as a netball court. The court consists of two sides where players pass the ball aiming to knock the block in the middle of the two sides over. read more

Tapu (Polynesian culture)

"Tapu" was translated for James Cook as "consecrated, inviolable, forbidden, unclean or cursed" ; also said in some English sources as being from Tongan (Polynesian language of the island of Tonga) ta-bu "sacred," from ta "mark" + bu "especially." But this may be folk etymology. (See ) is a TongankapuPolynesia n traditional concept denoting something holy or sacred, with " spiritual restriction" or "implied prohibition"; it involves rules and prohibitions. The English word '' Englishtaboo... read more

Tapu Te Ranga Marae

Tapu Te Ranga Marae is a "living" ''marae'' in Island Bay, Wellington, New Zealand. Author Bruce Stewart is currently living there. The Marae is listed as a heritage site.==References==Category:Buildings and structures in Wellington CityCategory:1970s architecture in New Zealand read more

Tapu, New Zealand

Tapu is a locality on the western side of the Coromandel Peninsula of New Zealand. State Highway 25 runs through it. Coromandel is 35 km to the north, and Thames is 19 km to the south. The Tapu River flows from the Coromandel Range past the settlement and into the Firth of Thames to the west.The "Tapu-Coroglen Road", a windy gravel road, connects it across the Coromandel Range with Coroglen in the east.==Education==Tapu School is a coeducational full primary (years 1-8) school with a decile... read more

Tapu (Ottoman law)

Tapu (also Tabu) was a permanent lease of state-owned arable land to a peasant family in the Ottoman Empire. The term was also used to indicate the title deed that certified tapu rights.In Palestine, the Turkish word "tapu" was pronounced "tabu" by the Arabs, and had been carried over into hebrew as such.The family head acquired the usufruct of the land and was able to transmit this right to his male descendants upon his death. In return, he pledged to cultivate the land on a continuous basis and... read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Rua Tapu

The result of the debate was keep content; I am moving this page to Ruatapu; I do not see a consensus to merge, but this can be futher discussed on the talk page. - Liberatore(T) 17:52, 7 April 2006 (UTC)===Rua Tapu===This was one of the 50+ Polynesian mythology articles submitted in a big batch (see Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Ahoeitu). After much discussion at that afd, I'm re-submitting all of the items individually. Some of them may be keepers, most of them will be deletable. I'm deferring... read more


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