Samoa Air's chief executive, Chris Langton, said charging by weight was the fairest method.
Dao Tuyet Lien broke free from forced labor in Samoa to earn two college degrees, launch her own business, and start a family.
On Wednesday, Obama nominated an openly gay ambassador, David Huebner, to New Zealand and Samoa.
It was at Samoa that one such navigator landed a bull and a cow.
Dr. Turner relates several traditions of the moon current in Samoa.
If men may become stones, on the other hand, in Samoa (as in the Greek myth of Deucalion), stones may become men.
That which is sacred in Samoa to-day may be considered impious in Boston.
We left Samoa after Mr. Stevenson's death, staying away for more than a year.
Then he bent his mind to the consideration of jails, of which Samoa boasted two.
I shall feel for the first time as if you knew a little about Samoa after that.
an indigenous name, said to be from the name of a Polynesian chieftain, or else meaning "place of the moa." Related: Samoan (1846, noun and adjective).
A group of volcanic (see volcano) islands in the south Pacific Ocean, approximately midway between Hawaii and Sydney, Australia, making up the independent kingdom of Western Samoa and the United States territory of American Samoa.