Native Hawaiian


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Native Hawaiian

n.
A member or descendant of the indigenous Polynesian people of the Hawaiian Islands.
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Noun1.Native Hawaiian - a member or descendant of the indigenous Polynesian people who lived in the Hawaiian IslandsNative Hawaiian - a member or descendant of the indigenous Polynesian people who lived in the Hawaiian Islands
Hawaiian - a native or resident of Hawaii
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For example, before presenting multiple sessions of course 142049 in Hawaii, NHI customized the training to reflect the State's existing transportation programs and procedures for meeting local historic preservation goals, including working with Native Hawaiian organizations.
The resort will be planting up to 500,000 legacy koa trees in the native Hawaiian forest, in collaboration with Hawaiian Legacy Hardwoods.
Whether Will Smith's better half just likes the beauty of crystals or believes in their healing power, as many Eastern cultures and native Hawaiian Islanders do, she has long been a regular customer at Crystalarium.
Among HHCA's architects were Senator John Wise and Delegate Jonah Kuhio Kalaniana'ole, elite men of Kanaka Maoli descent who viewed the lands in question as the property of the Native Hawaiian sovereign collective.
Similar to other indigenous youth populations, Native Hawaiian youth have demonstrated high rates of substance use/abuse, with significant adverse effects (Edwards, Giroux, & Okamoto, 2010).
Chi-square analyses indicated that the prevalence of risky sexual behaviors generally is higher among Native Hawaiian adolescents than among the other Asian and Pacific Islander groups studied.
AGC, in partnership with Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, was awarded the funds to also develop Native Hawaiian trust lands, and to expand its services to finance real estate projects with high community impacts.
The purpose of this article is to elucidate these findings by examining and analyzing the journalistic response to studies from a research project focused on Native Hawaiian youths.
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander women-owned businesses grew the most, at a rate of 84%, followed by African American women entrepreneurs, at 75%.
The final three pages include more snail facts (including the tragic tale of how the wolfsnail was imported to Hawaii to combat another invading snail, but ate native Hawaiian snails instead) and a glossary of snail words.
Funded through No Child Left Behind's Native Hawaiian Education Program, these efforts range from beginning reading to gifted and talented programs.

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