|Hybrid parentage|| Tillandsia hybrid|
brachycaulos × ? tricolor
'Rongo' is a hybrid cultivar of the genus Tillandsia in the Bromeliad family.
In Māori mythology, Rongo or Rongo-mā-Tāne is a major god (atua) of cultivated plants, especially kumara, a vital crop. Other crops cultivated by Māori in traditional times included taro, yams (uwhi), cordyline (tī), and gourds (hue). Because of their tropical origin, most of these crops were difficult to grow except in the far north of the North Island, hence the importance of Rongo in New Zealand.
In Māori mythology the primal couple Rangi and Papa appear in a creation myth explaining the origin of the world. In some South Island dialects, Rangi is called Raki or Rakinui.
Tangaroa is the great atua of the sea, lakes, rivers, and creatures that live within them, especially fish, in Māori mythology. As Tangaroa-whakamau-tai he exercises control over the tides. He is sometimes depicted as a whale.
In Cook Islands mythology, Avatea was a lunar deity and the father of gods and men in Mangaian myth of origin. His eyes were thought to be the Sun and the Moon; he was also known as the god of light.
Jungle de Ikou! is a Japanese OVA series written by Yōsuke Kuroda and directed by Yuji Moriyama in 1997. It has been licensed in the U.S. by Media Blasters and was released on VHS in 1999, on DVD in 2001 and on Blu-ray in 2020.
Eye of Heaven is a BBC Books original novel written by Jim Mortimore and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It features the Fourth Doctor, and Leela.
Migori County is a county in the former Nyanza Province of southwestern Kenya. It is located in Southwestern Kenya and borders Homa Bay County (North), Kisii County, Narok, Tanzania and Lake Victoria to the West. The county also borders Uganda via Migingo Island in Lake Victoria. The county is headquartered by Migori town, which is also its largest town. The Kenya National Census of 2019 indicated that Migori County had a population of 1,116,436 compared to 917, 170 in 2009 Census. Migori County is located in the sugar belt wetlands of Western Kenya and is mostly at the heart of the African tropics. However, the county enjoys a pleasant climate because of high altitude which modifies the climate alongside the cool breeze from Lake Victoria.
The fragmentary text W of the rongorongo corpus, also known as Honolulu tablet 4 or Honolulu 445, is one of two dozen surviving rongorongo texts.
Text L of the rongorongo corpus, also known as (London) reimiro 2, is the smaller of two inscribed reimiro in London and one of two dozen surviving rongorongo texts.
Text J of the rongorongo corpus, also known as (London) reimiro 1, is the larger of two inscribed reimiro in London and one of two dozen surviving rongorongo texts.
Text O of the rongorongo corpus, the Berlin tablet, is one of two dozen surviving rongorongo texts.
Dalmas Otieno Anyango o Kenya. He was first elected as the Member of Parliament for Rongo in 1988, serving as Minister for Industrialisation from 1988 to 1991, then later that year as Minister of Labour & Human Resource Development and as Minister of Transport from 1991 to 1996. He joined the main opposition candidate in the 2007 presidential election Raila Odinga, successfully running for the Member of Parliament for Rongo. Following a violence-marred election and post-poll crisis, Odinga was appointed Prime Minister in April 2008 in a power-sharing deal with Mwai Kibaki, serving as Supervisor and Coordinator of a national unity coalition government. Dalmas was appointed as the Minister of State for Public Service. In the subsequent presidential election 5 years later he retained his seat again. Dalmas is commonly known as " Wuod Bade Boyo".Other nicknames that have been associated with him innbclude "Adally" which is slang for his name Dalmas. Dalmas unsuccessfully vied for Rongo MP in 2017 as independent candidate.
DD Bangla is an Indian free-to-air television channel owned by state-owned broadcaster Doordarshan. It was Previously known as DD-7 and DD National Kolkata. It broadcasts from Kolkata, Shantiniketan and Jalpaiguri. Launched on 9 August 1975, the network's programming consists of soap operas, infotainment series, news and current affairs, social programs and films in Bengali language. It is available to 97.1% of the population of West Bengal on terrestrial television.
Ruatoki or Rūātoki is a district in the eastern Bay of Plenty of New Zealand, just south of the small town of Tāneatua and approximately 20 km south of the city of Whakatāne. The Whakatāne River runs northwards through the Ruatoki Valley and has formed broad alluvial flats. The main settlement of Ruatoki North is on the eastern side of the river.
Rongo is an electoral constituency in Kenya. It is one of eight constituencies of Migori County. The constituency was established for the 1988 elections.
Te Rongo Kirkwood is an artist of Māori and Scots heritage, from Auckland, New Zealand. She is known for her glass art, particularly in fused and slumped glass.
Rongo was a 40 ft (12 m) ketch rigged catamaran built in Trinidad by James Wharram and sailed by him and his two German women companions from Trinidad to Ireland, via New York, arriving in 1959. Rongo was the first catamaran to sail from West to East across the North Atlantic. Rongo made two more Atlantic crossings, from Canaries to Trinidad in 1960 and the return voyage in 1961, when she was still the only catamaran to have made this West to East voyage. Wharram then proceeded to live on the vessel in North Wales. After these voyages Wharram started designing catamarans for people to build themselves, based on his experience of designing, building and sailing Rongo.
Rongo or Rongo town is a town in Migori County, Kenya. As of 2009, it had a total population of 82,066 with 12,355 in the urban core.
The Isebania–Kisii–Ahero Road is a road section of the A1 road in Kenya, connecting the towns of Isebania, Migori, Kisii and Ahero.
Rongo is a village in the Gorubathan CD block in the Kalimpong Sadar subdivision of the Kalimpong district in the state of West Bengal, India.