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  • 1 Papua New Guinean kina — Infobox Currency image 1 = image title 1 = 20 kina banknote image 2 = image title 2 = 50 kina banknote iso code = PGK using countries = PNG inflation rate = 1.8% inflation source date = [https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the world… …

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  • 2 Papua New Guinean — 1. a native or inhabitant of Papua New Guinea. 2. of or pertaining to Papua New Guinea or its people. [1970 75; PAPUA NEW GUINE(A) + AN] * * * Papua New Guinean [Papua New Guinean] [ˌpæpjuə ˌnjuː ˈɡɪniən] [ˌpæpuə ˌnjuː ˈɡɪniən] [ˌpæpuə ˌnuː… …

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  • 3 Papua New Guinean — 1. noun Citizen of Papua New Guinea or of Papua New Guinean descent. 2. adjective pertaining to Papua New Guinea …

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  • 4 Papua New Guinean passport — The Papua New Guinean passport is issued to citizens of Papua New Guinea for international travel.Visa free and Visa on arrival travelAfricaEuropeOceaniaReferences*Information on visa free travel was taken from the [http://www.delta.com/planning… …

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  • 5 Papua New Guinean general election, 2007 — General elections were held in Papua New Guinea from 30 June 2007 to 14 July 2007. [http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/news/stories/s1978689.htm Voting in PNG elections draws to close] , ABC Radio Australia, 14 July 2007.] For the first time, the… …

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  • 6 Papua New Guinean general election, 1997 — General elections were held between 14 28 June, 1997 in Papua New Guinea. The elections were held to fill all 109 seats in the National Parliament of Papua New Guinea.Results*Total electorate: 3,414,072 *Turnout: 2,244,531 (65.7%)Related links*… …

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  • 7 Papua New Guinean — 1. a native or inhabitant of Papua New Guinea. 2. of or pertaining to Papua New Guinea or its people. [1970 75; PAPUA NEW GUINE(A) + AN] * * * …

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  • 8 Papua New Guinean general election, 1977 — General elections were held between June and July 9, 1977 in Papua New Guinea. The elections were held to fill all 109 seats in the National Parliament of Papua New Guinea.Results*Total electorate: 1,607,635 *Turnout: 970,172 (60.3%)Related… …

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  • 9 Papua New Guinean general election, 1992 — General elections were held between June 13 and 27, 1992 in Papua New Guinea. The elections were held to fill all 109 seats in the National Parliament of Papua New Guinea.Results*Total electorate: 1,987,994 *Turnout: 1,614,251 (81.2%)Related… …

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  • 10 Papua New Guinean general election, 1982 — General elections were held between 5 26 June, 1982 in Papua New Guinea. The elections were held to fill all 109 seats in the National Parliament of Papua New Guinea.Results*Total electorate: 2,309,621 *Turnout: 1,194,114 (51.7%)Related links*… …

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  • 11 Papua New Guinean general election, 1987 — General elections were held between June 13 and July 4, 1987 in Papua New Guinea. The elections were held to fill all 109 seats in the National Parliament of Papua New Guinea.Results*Total electorate: 1,843,128 *Turnout: 1,355,477 (73.5%)Related… …

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  • 12 Papua New Guinean — adjective or noun see Papua New Guinea …

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  • 13 Papua New Guinean general election, 2002 — General elections were held between 15 29 June, 2002 in Papua New Guinea. Sir Michael Somare s National Alliance Party won the most seats, and he went on to become Prime Minister.Results …

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  • 14 Results of the Papua New Guinean general election, 2007 — Counting of the official results of the Papua New Guinean general election to elect members of the 2007–2012 National Parliament, held from 30 June 2007 to 14 July 2007, was largely completed by 6 August, the deadline for the return of writs.… …

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  • 15 Papua New Guinea — an independent republic in the W Pacific Ocean, comprising the E part of New Guinea and numerous near lying islands, including the Bismarck Archipelago, the Admiralty Islands, the Trobriand Islands, and Bougainville and Buka in the Solomon… …

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  • 16 Papua New Guinea — This article is about the country. For the Future Sound of London single, see Papua New Guinea (song). Independent State of Papua New Guinea Independen Stet bilong Papua Niugini …

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  • 17 Papua New Guinea national rugby league team — Infobox rugby league nation Name = Papua New Guinea Badge = Papua New Guinea RL.jpg Badge size = 100px Nickname = The Kumuls Association = Papua New Guinea Rugby Football League Region = Oceania Coach = flagicon|Papua New Guinea Adrian Lam… …

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  • 18 Papua New Guinea — <p></p> <p></p> Introduction ::Papua New Guinea <p></p> Background: <p></p> The eastern half of the island of New Guinea second largest in the world was divided between Germany (north) and the UK… …

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  • 19 Papua New Guinea at the 2004 Summer Olympics — Infobox Olympics Papua New Guinea games=2004 Summer competitors=4 (2 men, 2 women) sports=3 flagbearer=Dika Toua officials=Papua New Guinea competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece.Results by event =Athletics= While neither Papua… …

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  • 20 Papua New Guinea national Australian rules football team — The Papua New Guinea national Australian rules football team (nicknamed the Mosquitos and for sponsorship purposes, the Telikom PNG Mosquitos) represents Papua New Guinea in the team sport of Australian rules football.The Mosquitos represent the… …

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