from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The capital of Samoa, on the northern coast of Upolo island in the southern Pacific Ocean. Population: 37,200.
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- proper n. The capital city of Samoa
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- n. the capital of Western Samoa
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Ironically, while those journalists were enjoying their well-endorsed junket in Apia, oblivious to the fact that media freedom is not the central story.
PACIFIC media freedom advocates meeting in Apia, Samoa, this week did their best to keep the Fiji censorship problem in proportion and give other regional issues a good hearing.
For the rest of the time the Kittiwake lay in Apia Aloysius Pankburn pounded chain rust.
In the parlor of Charley Roberts's pub in Apia (capital of Samoa, located on the northern coast of Upolu Island), Woodward tells the tale to the narrator and Charley as they drink Abu Hameds prepared by Roberts "who claimed the recipe direct from Stevens ... the Stevens who was responsible for 'With Kitchener to Kartoun,' and who passed out at the siege of Ladysmith."
For the rest of the time the Kittiwake lay in Apia Aloysius
I remember the first time I ran into him -- right here in Apia, twenty years ago.
FOR the rest of the time the Kittiwake lay in Apia, Aloysius Pankburn pounded chain rust.
Radio 2AP just reported truck loads of victims from Lalomanu being brought to the morgues in Apia.
We are back in the capital of samoa now a place called Apia where everywhere has been closed as its a sunday and a combination of religion and the heat lead everyone to use any available excuse to do as little as possible although I can't blame them.
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