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Kua tae moata mai te hōtoke ki Poneke ahakoa te raumati.

Inanahi rā i tatu mai te hau Tonga ki te rohe ō Te Upoko ō Te Ika, i taka te pā māhana mai i te rua tekau takiri ki te tekau mā rua takiri noa iho.

Haunga rā te makariri i taka mai te ua me te ua whatu, i haruru mai hoki te whatitiri, ā, i hikohiko mai rā te uira, heoi anō kare i te mōhiotia mēnā rā i pakinotia ētahi aha i te tatutanga mai ō taua huarere.

Kati, mō tēnei rā e whakaarohia ana kare te pamahana e eke ake ki tua i te rua tekau mā toru takiri puta noa i te motu, engari e tūmanakohia ana hei ngā rangi okioki ka hoki mai anō te mahana.


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