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In Greek mythology, Kamira was a daughter of Danaus who was worshipped on the Greek island of Rhodes. Principally, she was venerated in Kamiros, which was named after her.

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Kamira :: The original coffeepot (172 words)
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Kamira was raised as a Catholic and may have been taught by the Mill Hill fathers and their catechists.
Kamira was the major contributor of genealogical knowledge at further hui held in November 1932, and January and March 1933 at Roma, Ahipara; in July 1940 at Te Huahua, Motukaraka; in August 1940 and January 1949 at Mangamuka; in January 1941 at Rotokakahi; and in February 1949 at Tauwhare, Wairoa.
Further wananga were held, however, led by Kamira, including one at Mataitaua, Utakura, in November that year, when Himiona recounted traditions concerning Kupe and Nukutawhiti, and spoke of the origins of Nga Puhi; at Mangamuka in January 1950; at Omanaia, in south Hokianga, in September that year; and at Mangamuka again in January 1951.
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