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1. (noun) guardianship, stewardship, trusteeship, trustee.

Nō te tau 1962 i whakatūria a ia hei mana whakaāio, ā, whakatūria ana hoki ia i te tau 1970 ki te poari o te kaitiakitanga mātauranga o Pā Moore hei kanohi mō te iwi Māori (TTR 2000:77). / In 1962 he was made a justice of the peace and he was appointed to the Monsignor Moore Education Trust board in 1970 as the representative of the Māori people.


2. (noun) trust.

Ko ngā tāngata i taua hui ko Makiwhārena o Ūawa, ko Hāringi o Tūranga, me Hirimitana o Nēpia, ngā mema o taua Poari, me Wī Pere, Mema o te Pāremata, me Te Rīhi, rōia o Tūranga, me Tiakihana, te Rihīwa o te Kaitiakitanga (TP 5/1903:11). / The people at that meeting were McFarlane of Tolaga Bay, Harding of Gisborne, Shrimpton of Napier who are the members of the board, Wī Pere, Member of Parliament, Mr Rees, Gisborne lawyer, and Jackson, the Receiver of the Trust.


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