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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura
Read NZ Te Pou Muramura: Aotearoa's national organisation dedicated to growing a nation of readers. Formerly NZ Book Council. Tweets by Melissa.
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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura Jan 16
Thank you for playing today everyone! Congratulations to our first winner of 2020, 🌟
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Constance Talbot Jan 16
Join me Down my rabbit hole My tea party’s set to go The guests might give you grief But a wild time to be had Being like Alice in Wonderland
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Reading Revolution Jan 16
if mighty beings joined forces to set us up it is like totally time to give us the deus ex machina
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Martin Hearnden Jan 16
Memo to self: Join the tennis club, give it a go! You might actually like being in the scene, anyone fancy a set?
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RunMumNZ Jan 16
'Give her this set of books,' he said. I gave them to her, hoping she'd like them; and that she might understand what it's like being me.
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tony gavigan Jan 16
Join Nancy's club, I might not be a fan of the or like him much, but to give out pens to this mob sets the tone of being hypocrits and prejudiced
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Lisa Bell Jan 16
Joining the gym is action right? Setting myself up for success. Like this year might give better results. The art of being hopeful - again.
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Jane Bloomfield Jan 16
You might like my rope? grunted Brock. Jock Crave held the lasso.Dumb.He'd give his all.Being 2nd was no join Brock's WON
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Shannon Simpson Jan 16
Replying to @nzbookcouncil
If we join our heads together, like a new being, we might give the world a set of new eyes.
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Andrew Frame Jan 16
Replying to @nzbookcouncil
I might like to join those On the upward career ladder. But management, Being what they are, (All take & no give) Have my course set.
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Shereen Asha Murugayah Jan 16
Replying to @nzbookcouncil
Let us join in the might of being, remind ourselves what it is like to give and to set our loads down with each other.
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Yes, I did say that ... Jan 16
Join the set. Push. With all your might ... your very being. Give, like you've never given before. Just don't shit yourself.
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Amy writes YA Jan 16
"Join us!" the bullies chant. I give some coins to the man playing a set of bucket drums. Might may be right, but I like being kind
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Read NZ Te Pou Muramura Jan 16
Replying to @paultudor
We hadn't noticed! Thanks for letting us know... it's now set to retire...
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Dr. Susan Wardell Jan 16
Set your shoulder to the wheel of work. Abandon raw being. Joined at the jaw, crooning the might of great men, as we give like bleeding. [Image: Office for Emergency Management. War Production Board, circa 1942-3]
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Nick Baker Jan 16
Being a pedant. Might like to give it a try. Set the new standard. Its fun. Join me? I mean it's fun.
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Lenny Jan 16
Human beings We’d like to join the universe But we give our only world to those who would set it alight And then call ourselves mighty.
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Melanie Harding-Shaw Jan 16
Yearning When you join, you give yourself A being like no other Your might undone A set-piece finally in context You leap into the known Devoured
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Patricia Jan 16
Pelosi, being literate, set the ball rolling witb many pens How many senators even like their country, give a sh*t and might join the second American revolution?
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