[LMB] Perspective Fairies of Various Sorts

Kevin Kennedy kevink45 at hotmail.com
Sun Jan 17 00:18:40 GMT 2016

My knowledge of haka comes mostly from Wikipedia, after seeing a mention in a Ngaio Marsh mystery.  it seems to be a sort of dance/cheer/etc that originated with the Maori in New Zealand. They're used at all sorts of occasions.  Assorted NZ sports teams seem to do them before matches it's been mentioned in sports reporting when I was actually paying attention. I also vaguely recall hearing of a haka performed at the funeral of a popular teacher

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I've seen those mentioned, mainly in passing in the _Tomorrow_ series.

WITW is a haka?

On Sat, Jan 16, 2016 at 5:38 PM, A. Marina Fournier <saffronrose at me.com>

> On Jan 16, 2016, at 2:22 AM, M. Haller Yamada <thefabmadamem at yahoo.com>
> wrote:
> > (As a young teen, I thought the cheerleaders should be chanting much more
> > threatening cheers if we really wanted to win.
> In NZ, each side, before the game--even non-Maori--sports teams will do a
> haka against each other.
> A. Marina Fournier
> Saffronrose at me.com
> You may very well think so, but I couldn't possibly comment.
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