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humuhumunukunuku'āpua'a
There are three languages spoken on the islands: English, Hawai’ian and Pidgin. One is an imposition, another a reclamation, and the third is an invention. Here is the text of the recorded greeting and farewell that plays every half-hour at ...
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Hawai’ian Pidgin is just as much fun, and even more widely spoken, although we overheard it more than it was spoken to us. While called “Pidgin”, linguistically it is considered a creole language. Pidgin is an anglicized approximation of the ...
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April
OMG!           April 7 2019 Pamela C••••••••, is this you? Such a wonderful surprise to hear from you, on MUSE. Your comment was really touching, thanks ... My favorite (and persistent) memory of our girlhood and friendship is of the time we ...
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Interlude
8th grade graduation           APRIL 27 2019 Look what I found! I just had to send it to you. I recognize you, me, Donna K., Janet S., Joyce H., Paula K., Philip T., Richard A., Marianne Polom, Nancy Fitzgerald .... Is ...
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May
dribs and drabs           MAY 7 2019 Finally, Hello !  I have caught my breath after the big push to get MUSE out, yea! It's always another week to catch up on errands chores etc., and we had all the preparations ...
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The Middle of May
More!           MAY 17 2019 Hi again, here I am starting the next leg of the marathon - so much to say, so many questions to answer and ask! First, I am glad to hear Reva was her old self when ...
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May into June
Re:Re: More!           May 22 2019 Good morning!  I am taking a few minutes to write now, because for the next two weeks I will be busy busy busy with MUSE, and the holiday, and the girls and the kids and ...
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50+
This is for you, Pam! ...
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Paperwork
Happy Birthday Issue #11 - Collage see also Springfield Visioning Issue #11 - Collage Faraway so Close  Issue # 2 - Family ...
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Pliny's Villa
Playwrights give some direction regarding settings, accessories, and the placement and movement of people, but most of the visual nature of a play is left unsaid. Interpretation, and then realization of the physical aspects of a production are left to ...
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