PIHA


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PIHAPartially Implantable Hearing Aid
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Piha is renowned for its endless bush walks, toe-warming black sand and big surf.
However, the common bean has been considered to have low biological N2 fixation (BNF) capacity compared to other legumes, such as soybean (Piha & Munns, 1987).
[13.] Ekholm EMK, Erkkola RU, Piha SJ, Jalonen JO, Antila KJ, Metsala TH.
And it concluded: "There comes a point when you have to face up to facts, and those facts show Super Rugby is as exciting as Piha Beach in full surf rage, whereas the Six Nations is akin to mangrove-riddled mudflats with the tide out and a 2km wade to reach salt water above the ankles.
"We're trying to show people rum doesn't mean just a piha colada or a rum and coke or a mojito, "says Newton.
(14.) Klomek AB, Sourander A, Memela S, Kumpulainen K, Piha J, Tamminen T, et al.
Worldwide, 40 bird species have seen their fortunes decline, with helmeted hornbills in South East Asia, the Australian swift parrot and the chestnut-capped piha in the Central Andes of Colombia all newly listed as critically endangered.
For instance, he brought me a bunch of these awesomely fragrant and beautiful sage blossoms to garnish the "Piha Spritz" and now the drink is even better than before.
These shots from Piha near Auckland are in stark contrast to our January snaps which showed Sam swimming in Australia looking every inch the pale, chubby Brit abroad.