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By Gyles Beckford WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of New Zealanders gathered on Monday to bury the Maori queen, one of the country's most respected indigenous leaders, and celebrate the inauguration of her son as her successor. The tribal home of Dame Te Atairangikaahu, who died of kidney failure last Tuesday, aged 75, was overflowing as Maori of many tribes, New Zealand and Pacific political leaders, and many others of different races attended her funeral ceremony. Before...
- Exultant; jubilant; triumphant; on the high horse.
- Tipsy; slightly intoxicated.