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    Hawaiian Flamenco, LLC is a New York Domestic Limited-Liability Company filed on September 10, The company's filing status is listed as Active and its File Number is The Registered Agent on file for this company is Corporation Service Company and is located at 80 State St., Albany, NY Location: New York (NY).
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    - Subject Browse - Subject Search - Advanced Search Notes: Books Indexed - Citation Format - About This Index - Access to Copies Index created by: Hawaiʻi State Library South King St. Honolulu, HI Hawaiʻi & Pacific Section ()
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    Singer – Songwriter, Amy Hānaiali'i remains Hawai'i's top selling female vocalist of all time. Hānaiali'i's success as a recording artist speaks for itself and is evidenced by the multitude of awards and acknowledgements including five GRAMMY® nominations for Best Hawaiian Music Album.
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    Ka Papa Loʻi ʻo Kānewai is a piko for Hawaiian Knowledge at the University of HawaiʻI at Mānoa sitting at the bottom of the slopes of Waʻahila where the Ua Tuahine and Kahaukani reside He Mele NoKānewai was written by Nāhulu Maioho, a former Assistant Director of .
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    Sep 03,  · Hawaii (Hawaiian: Hawai‘i) is a group of volcanic islands in the central Pacific Ocean. The islands lie 2, miles from San Francisco, California, to the east.
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    Mohalu - to be at ease, comfortable, at liberty. This, Napua's sophomore album, and winner of several Na Hoku Awards like Female Vocalist of the Year and Hawaiian Album of the Year. Each song was hand.
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    Saturday Press, July September 22, Weekly newspaper of Honolulu, Hawaii. No longer published. Lists of crown, government and fort lands: Revised Laws of Hawaii, Index of claims awarded by the Land Commission: Honolulu. Hawaii, Book of land grants: Honolulu, Hawaii.
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    [Hawaiian Dictionary(Hwn to Eng)] wai. 1. nvs. Water, liquid or liquor of any kind other than sea water (see ex., koni), juice, sap, honey; liquids discharged from the body, as blood, semen; color, dye, pattern; to flow, like water, fluid. Wai o ke kāne, semen. Wai o ka wahine, menstruation or other discharge. Wai o kaunu, thrilling discharges of love. Komo wai ē ʻia, foreign liquid has.
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    King Kamehameha I () unified the Hawaiian Islands in One of the King's goals was to abolish the "kapu system" of forbidden acts, a set of religious laws that restricted many aspects of life and government. Although the King continued to practice and support the traditional religion, this period of change paved the way for Christian conversion with the .

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