Several of these tui have been found containing instruments.
Soldiers when going to war call on tui for help, and they like to begin a battle on Tuesday.
tui was listened to attentively, as he every now and then put in a word.
Other snares were set on the miro-trees, of whose sweet berries the pigeons and tui were particularly fond.
This tui of gems is so perfectly arranged and inventoried that the absence of any one of them would at once be perceived.
The story is better known, however, by Anatole France's version, included in his "tui de Nacre" .
As an independent trader he had failed, chiefly because of the disastrous patronage of tui Tulifau.
"You madman, Parker," began Carteret, and then tui threw her arms round her husband.
Not only was tui Tulifau every inch a king, but he was every second a king.
tui Tulifau was a sympathetic monarch, whose queen, on occasions when he was particularly drunk, was known to beat him.