Diamond Head


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Di·a·mond Head

 (dī′ə-mənd, dī′mənd)
A promontory, 232 m (761 ft) high, on the southeast coast of Oahu, Hawaii.

Dia′mond Head`


n.
a promontory on SE Oahu Island in central Hawaii. 761 ft. (232 m) high.
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Here, on the floor of Diamond Head crater, just moments into the hiking trail that 45 minutes later will emerge at the summit, it's hot and ugly.
We can now show a prospective guest the waves crashing on the beach, the sun rising over Diamond Head or the sun setting in Fiji as it happens.
Edward was a very talented writer, and he worked on several popular television game shows, including `The Fun Factory' with Bobby Van and `The Diamond Head Game' with Bob Eubanks.
According to Glenn McGlashon, director of planning and development for The Town of Cobourg, the 40-metre tower is planned for an area behind the Diamond Head Industrial Mall, 210 Willmott St.
This was followed by the 1999 openings of W Atlanta (February); W San Francisco (May); W Seattle (September); W Honolulu - Diamond Head (October); W New York - The Court o The Tuscany (November); W Los Angeles - Westwood (December); two properties in New Orleans (March 2000); the company's first international property in Sydney, Australia (May 2000) Newark Suites (July 2000), Union Square (November 2000), and Chicago City Center (August 2001).
Stone said he looked forward to continue working with Black Diamond head Dave Welling, and growing that part of the business.
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Description:Proposed new WWPS near the Diamond Head entrance to Ala Moana Park, by McCoy Pavilion, or alternative site location.
Many of Hawaii's most exciting and talked-about restaurants are participating: Indigo, Chai's Island Bistro, Sansei, Diamond Head Grill at W Honolulu, Ciao Mein, Ruth's Chris Steak House, Merriman's, and Duke's Canoe Club, to name a few.
This was followed by the 1999 openings of W Atlanta (February); W San Francisco (May); W Seattle (September); W Honolulu - Diamond Head (October); W New York - The Court -- The Tuscany (November); W Los Angeles - Westwood (December); two properties in New Orleans (March 2000); the company's first international property in Sydney, Australia (May 2000); W Suites - Newark (July 2000); and W New York - Union Square (November 2000).