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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southern Oahu, Hawaii, on the northwest shore of Pearl Harbor. It was damaged by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor (December 7, 1941). Population: 33,800.

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  • Enrollment for Furlough Friday programs at YMCA’s Leeward Branch in Waipahu doubled over 24 hours as parents made last-minute arrangements.

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  • Members of the team from Waipahu, Hawaii, storm the field after winning the Little League World Series championship game with a 12-3 defeat of Matamoros, Mexico. it was the fourth straight year that a U.S. team has won the title.

    Hawaii defeats Mexico as U.S. wins Little League title

  • Tanner Tokunaga smacked two homers and Iolana Akau added a solo blast as the boys from Waipahu, Hawaii, defeated Matamoros, Mexico, 12-3, Sunday to take the biggest prize in youth sports.

    Hawaii defeats Mexico as U.S. wins Little League title

  • A Hawaiian native, Victorino already celebrated one victory earlier in the day when Waipahu, Hawaii, beat Mexico in the Little League World Series.

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  • There are a couple of fairly good-sized Samoan communities on Oahu, one near Kalihi Valley, another up at Waipahu.

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  • Denise Okouchi, 45, public high school teacher from Waipahu, a Kerry supporter, faulted the president for the No Child Left Behind Act. "With the passage of No Child Left Behind and as an educator, seeing that there is no federal funding to actually fund a federal mandate, I find that ludicrous," Okouchi said.

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  • In Waipahu, 11 people get off and 16 people get on.

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  • Say, Shelly, what I called about was the proposed air strip out Waipahu way.

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  • Waipio, and there dropped him at a point just below where the water bursts forth at Waipahu.

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  • John Anderson wasn't surprised that on their way to winning the American Legion World Series this week, Eden Prairie was able to beat warm-weather teams from Waipahu, Hawaii, Gaffney, S.C., Tupelo, Miss., and Las Vegas -- all places where they can play baseball at least 10 months of the year compared to the short season in Minnesota.

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