Hawaiian Islands

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Wailuku is far, far from the beaches of this jewel in the Hawaiian chain.
Several seamount chains in the South Pacific are roughly parallel to the Hawaiian chain of seamounts, and they, too, show 60[degrees] bends.
Macy's West also looks forward to learning a few tricks from the Hawaiian chain, which does a good job tapping younger consumers, said Sullivan.
Light-weight variations of the missile could fly as far as 10,000 km, reaching major cities and military bases in Alaska and the smaller, westernmost islands in the Hawaiian chain.
When another 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) of lava pile up on the mound, Loihi will break through the ocean surface and become the newest island in the Hawaiian chain.
The decision to terminate the contract for airmail in the Hawaiian chain was a business decision, which enables the company to continue to provide a high level of service to the U.
This is the oldest of the primary islands in the Hawaiian chain, and as such it offers a primordial landscape of dagger-like volcanic protrusions blanketed with vegetation, dense jungle on the slopes of rain-drenched Mount Waialeale, tumbling waterfalls and arguably the most beautiful and secluded beaches in the islands.
Oldest in the Hawaiian chain, Kauai has been sculpted, chiseled, and polished to such perfection that its beauty is continually immortalized in song; film, and painting.
Light-weight variations of the Taepodong-2 missile could fly as far as 10,000 km, reaching major cities and military bases in Alaska and the smaller, westernmost islands in the Hawaiian chain, it said.
This simple model cannot explain many important features of the Hawaiian chain, claims Ihinger.
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