American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An island of the southern Pacific Ocean in southern French Polynesia south-southeast of Tahiti. It was much visited by whalers in the early 19th century.
“Kapiolani' will, I trust, God willing, become a household classic in many of the Eastern Islands, such as Rapa and Manahiki, where the”
“To market the device, he and Ms. Maggi formed Kiba Technologies LLC—short for kiba kiba , which means "peace" in the Rapa Nui language.”
“Pankburn dropped the stewards and raced for it, beating a Rapa sailor by two jumps to the hauling part.”
“We're hopeful that our expedition will pave the way for a brighter future for the Rapa Nui people and their waters.”
“Oceana and National Geographic have formally proposed the expansion of the marine reserve around Salas y Gómez Island, both to Chilean President Sebastian Piñera, and to the indigenous Rapa Nui community on Easter Island.”
“Oceana and National Geographic have formally proposed the expansion of the marine reserve around Salas y GÃ³mez Island, both to Chilean President Sebastian PiÃ±era, and to the indigenous Rapa Nui community on Easter Island.”
“The Petén, homeland of the classic Maya, is a leading example; Rapa Nui may be another.”
“Much more broadly embraced is Mr. Diamond's claim: Rapa Nui once was much more rich and populous.”
“Rapa Nui's forest had been mainly composed of giant palms, which have soft, fibrous wood.”
“Rapa Nui is so remote that researchers believe it must have been settled by a small group of adventurers—a few dozen people, brave or crazy, in boats.”
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