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An island of south-central Hawaii southwest of Maui. The low and unfertile island has been used as a prison and a military target range.
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Ka•ho•o•la•we(kɑˈhoʊ oʊˈlɑ weɪ, -veɪ)
an island in central Hawaii, S of Maui: uninhabited. 45 sq. mi. (117 sq. km).
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