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Noun1.Fijis - a group of more than 800 islands (100 inhabited) in the southwestern PacificFijis - a group of more than 800 islands (100 inhabited) in the southwestern Pacific; larger islands (Viti Levu and Vanua Levu) are of volcanic origin surrounded by coral reefs; smaller islands are coral
Viti Levu - a volcanic island in the Fijis
Vanua Levu - a volcanic island in the Fijis
Fiji, Republic of Fiji - an independent state within the British Commonwealth located on the Fiji Islands
Melanesia - the islands in the southwestern part of Oceania
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It was in the early days in Fiji, when John Starhurst arose in the mission house at Rewa Village and announced his intention of carrying the gospel throughout all Viti Levu.
This tooth was likewise the property of Ra Vatu; and in Fiji, when such a tooth goes forth, things usually happen.
"I have labored in Fiji for three years, and I have done it for no profit.
I have one somewhere that a Fiji belle once wore; I'll look it up," and, leaving Pokey to Jamie's care, Dr.
Here's a gimlet, so you hold her, boys, while I get her dear little nose all ready," cried Charlie, whisking away the pillow as the other boys danced about the sofa in true Fiji style.
In the island of Fiji they do not use turkeys; they use plumbers.
Why, I even went back over my accounts and paid Sweitzer fifty quid I'd jiggered him out of in a deal in Fiji three years before.
Why, even in Fiji the Lotu was having a hard time of it and the chiefs still eating long-pig.
So, we may almost say of the telephone that "there is no speech nor language where its voice is not heard." There are even a thousand miles of its wire in Abyssinia and one hundred and fifty miles in the Fiji Islands.
He is working out a ten years' sentence in Fiji now, for the wanton killing of a black boy.
The latter, with his wife, had been landed there by the Annapolis, which had promptly gone on with its cargo of astronomers to Fiji.
Newbright had occasion to correspond with the Countess of Southdown about the Warmingpan Fund for the Fiji Islanders (for the management of which admirable charity both these ladies formed part of a female committee), and having mentioned her "sweet friend," Mrs.