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  • The ALOHnet was spposed to be the bi-directional or two way directional star topology of the system which included seven computers deployed over four islands in order to communicate with the central computer on the Oahu Island without using phone lines for connection or data Transfer.

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  • In Hawaii, on the north shore of Oahu Island, massive surf, with saves estimated to reach as high as 50 feet.

    CNN Transcript Dec 15, 2004

  • He drove down to the J & W offices and summoned all the young Janderses and Whipples and showed them a map of Oahu Island.

    Hawaii

  • The Pacific Fleet command said it would not be evacuating any personnel or sailing ships out of Pearl Harbor, on the southeastern side of Hawaii's Oahu Island, where the tsunami was expected to strike.

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  • On Dec. 7, 1941, 70 years ago today, the United States naval base on the southern coast of Oahu Island, Hawaii known as Pearl Harbor was hit by a surprise Japanese airstrike.

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  • Pearl Harbor, a naval base on the southern coast of Oahu Island, Hawaii, is the headquarters for the U.S. Pacific Fleet.

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  • But the US Pacific Fleet command said it would not evacuate any personnel or sailing ships out of Pearl Harbor, on the southeastern side of Oahu Island, Hawaii.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "Island Snow" shave ice parlor near his rental home in Kailua in northeastern Oahu Island.

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  • The first family is spending their holidays in Kailua, in the northeast of Oahu Island.

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  • On Oahu Island, the couple will stay in Honolulu, where they will attend an event to mark the

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