Tokelau Islands
geographical name islands central Pacific N of Samoa belonging to New Zealand population 1690 • Tokelauan noun

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  • Tokelau — /ˈtɒkəlaʊ/ (say tokuhlow) noun a NZ dependency consisting of the Tokelau Islands, a group of coral islands in the central Pacific, about 480 km north of Samoa. About 11 km2. Languages: English and Tokelauan (the local Polynesian language).… …   Australian English dictionary

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  • Tokelau — 8° 33′ 06″ S 172° 30′ 04″ W / 8.55167, 172.501 …   Wikipédia en Français

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