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" The brothers all consented to this proposal, with the exception of Tawhirima-tea, the father of winds and storms, and he, fearing that his kingdom was about to be overthrown, grieved greatly at the thought of his parents being torn apart. Five of the... "
Polynesian mythology and ancient traditional history of the New Zealand race ... - Page 2
by Sir George Grey - 1885 - 454 pages
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The Dublin university magazine

University magazine - 1855
...lie under our feet. Let the sky become os a stranger to us, but the earth remain close to us as our nursing mother.' "The brothers all consented to this proposal, with the exception ofTawhiri-matea, the father of winds and storms, and he, fearing that his kingdom was about to be overthrown,...
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The Tree of Mythology, Its Growth and Fruitage: Genesis of the Nursery Tale ...

Charles De Berard Mills - Folklore - 1888 - 288 pages
...our feet. Let the sky become as a stranger to us, but the earth remain close to us as our nourishing mother." The brothers all consented to this proposal,...separation of their parents, but one of them would not agree to it." The brothers all tried, in vain, — the god and father of the cultivated food of man,...
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Progress, Volume 3

1897
...lie under our feet. Let the sky become as a stranger to us, but the earth remain close to us as our nursing mother." The brothers all consented to this...with the exception of Tawhiri-ma-tea, the Father of the Winds and Storms, and he, fearing that his kingdom was about to be overthrown, grieved greatly...
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A Child's Guide to Mythology

Helen Archibald Clarke - Mythology - 1908 - 399 pages
...lie under our feet. Let the Sky become as a stranger to us, but the Earth remain close to us as our nursing mother." The brothers all consented to this...greatly at the thought of his parents being torn apart. Finally, however, having come to an agreement as to their plans, lo, Rongo-matane, the god and father...
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A Guide to Mythology

Helen Archibald Clarke - Mythology - 1908 - 399 pages
...lie under our feet. Let the Sky become as a stranger to us, but the Earth remain close to us as our nursing mother." The brothers all consented to this...greatly at the thought of his parents being torn apart. Finally, however, having come to an agreement as to their plans, lo, Rongo-matane, the god and father...
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Folklore as an Historical Science (etc.)

George Laurence Gomme - Folklore - 1908 - 371 pages
...sky become as a stranger to us, but the earth remain close to us as our nursing-mother." The brothers consented to this proposal with the exception of Tawhiri-ma-tea, the father of winds and storms ; thus five of the brothers consented and one would not agree. Then each of the brothers tries to rend...
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Oceanic [mythology]

Roland Burrage Dixon - Mythology - 1916 - 364 pages
...earth lie under our feet. Let the sky become a stranger to us, but the earth remain close to us as our nursing mother.' "The brothers all consented to this...separation of their parents, but one of them would not agree to it. ... But at length their plans having been agreed on, lo, Rongoma-tane, the god and father...
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The Mythology of All Races ...

Louis Herbert Gray, George Foot Moore, John Arnott MacCulloch - Folklore - 1916 - 364 pages
...earth lie under our feet. Let the sky become a stranger to us, but the earth remain close to us as our nursing mother.' "The brothers all consented to this...separation of their parents, but one of them would not agree to it. ... But at length their plans having been agreed on, lo, Rongoma-tane, the god and father...
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The Origins and History of Consciousness, Part 2

Erich Neumann - Psychology - 1995 - 493 pages
...us, but the earth remain close to us as a nursing mother." To this proposal the brothers consented, with the exception of Tawhirimatea, the father of...that his kingdom was about to be overthrown, grieved at the thought of the parents being torn apart. Hence, also, these sayings of old are found in the...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1855
...lie under our feet. Let the sky become as a stranger to us, but the earth remain close to us as our nursing mother.' " The brothers all consented to this proposal, with the exception of Tawhiri-matca, the father of winds and storms, and he, fearing that his kingdom was about to be overthrown,...
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