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 (ə-pē′ə, ä′pē-ä′)
The capital of Samoa, on the northern coast of Upolu island in the southern Pacific Ocean.


(æˈpɪə; ˈæpɪə)
(Placename) the capital of (Western) Samoa: a port on the N coast of Upolu. Pop: 41 000 (2005 est)


(ɑˈpi ɑ, ˈɑ piˌɑ)

the capital of Western Samoa, on N Upolu. 33,170.
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Noun1.Apia - the capital of Western SamoaApia - the capital of Western Samoa  
Independent State of Samoa, Samoa, Samoa i Sisifo, Western Samoa - a constitutional monarchy on the western part of the islands of Samoa in the South Pacific
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The signing took place during the opening of the third international small island developing states (SIDS) conference in Apia, Samoa.
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APIA, Samoa -- The Prime Minister of Samoa has expressed his gratitude to the country's Bahai community for its long service to the development of Samoan society.
The project got underway after a site visit by New Zealand neonatal nurses Wendy Hines and Anevili Purcell to Tupua Tamasese Meaole (TTM) Hospital in Apia, Samoa, in 2011.
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APIA, SAMOA - With the support of UNESCO's office in Apia, representatives of Pacific media networks agreed to cooperate as a regional alliance on media freedom and other issues of common concern.
Princess Cruises' Star Princess and Sun Princess called in Apia, Samoa and Pago Pago, American Samoa, last weekend and brought along relief supplies and more than USD10,000 in donations for the region that was recently hit with a powerful tsunami.
Tsunami waves were observed in some areas, including Pago Pago in American Samoa and Apia, Samoa, after the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Hawaii issued a warning for a wide area of the southern Pacific.
Still, all that was back in May; plenty of time to make the early July Pacific Partnership commitment to its first humanitarian stop in Apia, Samoa.