By the tenth day her last cocoanut was gone, and she was shrivelling from thirst.
In the meantime she fastened the outrigger back on the canoe, using for lashings all the cocoanut fibre she could find, and also what remained of her ahu.
In the eary afternoon, standing upright in the canoe, she sighted Hikueru Its wealth of cocoanut palms was gone.
The gust of wind struck the pandanus tree overhead and tore through the palms beyond, flinging half a dozen ripe cocoanuts with heavy thuds to the ground.
A sea swept up the beach, licking around the trunks of the cocoanuts and subsiding almost at their feet.
The days went by, and she lived on the cocoanuts that had kept her afloat.
Then she went on along the beach, panting and groaning, but resolutely seeking for cocoanuts.
Also, Osaka Gas Chemicals has grown into the largest producer in cocoanut
active charcoal market segment.
Harvester of Sorrow is a saison that has been aged in cabernet sauvignon barrels and offers hints of pineapple, cocoanut
and passion fruit thanks to its contact wit the wine-soaked oak.
It documents 12 disasters, including the Galveston hurricane of 1900, the 1942 Cocoanut
Grove nightclub fire, September 11, and Hurricane Katrina.
They want to turn the space into some sort of art center, museum or workspace, an ongoing memorial to both our town's artistic heritage and to the great artist who lived and worked there, right at the corner of 10th and Cocoanut
Request for Proposal: Cocoanut
ave force main replacement construction manager at risk
The state's Board of Fire Prevention Regulations came about after the Cocoanut
Grove nightclub fire in 1942.
In the Matter of COMPANIESACT 1963 TO 2013 COCOANUT
CLUB LIMITED (In Voluntary liquidat ion) Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 272 and 273 of the Companies Act 1963 that a General Meeting of the Members and ameeti ng of Creditors of the above company will be held at t he offices of Fitzgerald Power, Greyfriars.
Levenson joined the Einstein faculty in 1961, he had already established himself as a leader in the treatment of burns during the Cocoanut
Grove Club Fire that claimed the lives of more 500 Americans in Boston in 1942.