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or 'o·ki·na  (ō-kē′nə)
1. The glottal stop used in the Hawaiian language.
2. The symbol (') used in writing to represent this glottal stop.

[Hawaiian 'okina, separator : 'oki, to cut off (from Proto-Polynesian koti) + -na, noun suff.]
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Lokina, "Implementing REDD through community-based forest management: lessons from Tanzania," Natural Resources Forum, vol.
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In these areas, local populations have been forced to either: displace forest activities to other, less protected forests, a phenomenon commonly referred to as leakage in recent REDD discussions (Pfliegner and Moshi 2007, Robinson and Lokina, 2011, Vyamana 2009); ignore the restriction and persist with their resource collection practices; or lose access to forest resources all together (Robinson and Lokina 2011).