The 747 was badly crippled but the pilots were able to get it back to Honolulu on the power of the two left engines.
The Honolulu Federal Bureau of Investigation chief had no such qualms.
The marriage took place at the Laie Hawaii Mormon Temple, which has ocean views and is a quaint one-hour drive from Honolulu.
The Bay Area makes the grade, Portland and Seattle in the Northwest, Baltimore, San Diego, and Honolulu are all among the top 20.
Maggio makes extra bucks by hanging out with older, rich gay men who live in Honolulu, who pay good money for his company.
On reaching the island of Waihou, Freycinet dropped anchor off Honolulu.
When the cruiser "Honolulu" made its trial run in the spring of 1938, Boldt was on board.
Alix had been ill, and she and Peter had been away--a few brief weeks--to Honolulu and return.
Nuuanu (Nu'u--nu) a valley back of Honolulu that leads to the "Pali."
Since we were then headed due south, he added, we must be bound for Honolulu.
chief city of Hawaii, from Hawaiian hono "port" + lulu "calm."
from Hawaiian Hawai'i, from Proto-Polynesian *hawaiki. Said to mean "Place of the Gods" and be a reference to Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa. See also sandwich. Related: Hawaiian (1825). First record of Hawaiian shirt is from 1955.
Capital of Hawaii and largest city in the state, located on the island of Oahu.
State located in the Pacific Ocean southwest of the mainland United States; consists mainly of a chain of eight islands, including Hawaii, the largest, and Oahu, location of Honolulu, the state's capital and largest city.
Note: Fiftieth state, admitted in 1959.
Note: Location of Pearl Harbor.