Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. You may find more data at hawaii's.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • It takes a 45-minute ferry ride from Maui to get to tiny Lana'i, a former pineapple plantation that has earned the nickname "Hawaii's Most Enticing Island."

    CNN.com

  • This 110-acre spread was overseen by Anna Leialoha Lindsey Perry-Fiske who, until her death in 1995 at age 95 was known as Hawaii's First Lady of Ranching.

    msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines

  • But in 2006, Case had challenged Hawaii's junior senator, Daniel Akaka, against Inouye's wishes.

    In history of Hawaiian leaders, Daniel Inouye stands alone

  • Inouye, who has a net worth, according to his personal financial disclosure, estimated between $2,144,018 and $4,695,999, has faced plenty of heat himself over questionable earmarks, but he said the largess had stabilized Hawaii's economy.

    In history of Hawaiian leaders, Daniel Inouye stands alone

  • Later, in 1954, with Japanese Americans finally granted full voting rights, Inouye successfully ran to represent the territory in Washington as part of Hawaii's Democratic revolution.

    In history of Hawaiian leaders, Daniel Inouye stands alone

  • James "Duke" Aiona, has stated he would continue to hold prayer sessions in his office after having dedicated Hawaii's public schools in prayer to God and Jesus Christ.

    Pierre Omidyar: Separation of Mosque and State

  • Similarly, commercial developments like Hawaii's Victoria Ward shopping center probably require time and cash to redevelop.

    The Hidden Value in Hughes Assets

  • Through Explore Hawaii, travelers can access a series of enhanced trip-planning services that are not available for other destinations, including more pictures, pricing information and audio clips about local attractions on Hawaii's four main islands: the Big Island, Kauai, Maui and Oahu.

    St. Pancras Hotel Set for May

  • But while Oregon has no sales tax, its state income tax rate is tied with Hawaii's as the highest in the country, at 11%.

    Better, Cheaper, Uncrowded Retirement Towns

  • Today, Kamehameha Schools, Hawaii's largest private landholder, controls about 365,000 acres worth an estimated $2.5 billion.

    Hawaii Local's Inside Play

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.