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saimin

(ˌsaɪˈmɪn)
n
(Cookery) a Hawaiian dish of noodles
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Ambassadors HE Fausto Lopez Crozet (Argentine) and HE Jose Traslosheros (Mexico) and Cuban diplomat Saimin Fis Abad took part, as well as representatives of the Manawatu Chamber of Commerce, City Council, Massey University, the Central Economic Development Agency and the local education and business community.
Its officer, Silvester Saimin, said 16 personnel were involved in the operation which was carried out during the day while they stood guard at night, after receiving complaints from the villagers, since May 21.
Hanis Saimin was involved with sample collection, analysis and manuscript review.
It implies new ways of thinking and learning whose concept shifts the focus from ethics (rinri) to protecting people by reorganizing society (keisei saimin).h
The venue, operated by SAFC subsidiary 1879 subsidiary 1879 Events Management, is replacing turkey with all ment, is replacing turkey with all the trimmings with a selection of the trimmings with a selection of Hawaiian treats including starters Hawaiian treats including starters of Saimin Soup or South Pacific of Saimin Soup or South Pacific seafood cocktail served in a coco seafood cocktail served in a coco nut shell.
And his/her/its friends are rabbits wearing T-shirts depicting saimin, teri beef (a sumo wrestler), shave ice, ume surprise, green mango, and a lunch wagon.
It is an example of local revitalization, resurgent ethnicity, and "palaka power." (62) Symbols of an island lifestyle such as speaking pidgin; wearing Cane Haul Road T-shirts; eating saimin, shaved ice, cracked seed, and lunch plates; "talking story"; and listening to Hawaiian slack-key guitar music are valued.
Ethel and David's food is the epitome of Island style comfort food: egg battered Fried Mahimahi ($6), Garlic Chicken ($6.50) and a half-a-dozen different Saimin ($5.75), in bowls large enough to stick your head in.
He was an idealistic researcher with a view of keisei saimin (ruling the world appropriately and relieving people of their distress), and he thought deeply about where the Japanese people came from.
"That crazy married girlfriend of yours came up behind me at the saimin stand near the lumber yard."
Hits included thriller "Saimin" (Hypnosis), which took in about $15 million at the box office.
Sample saimin, a tasty broth of noodles, green onion, and Hawaiian fish.