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  • Aloha And Hawaiian Values

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    do you think when you hear a word Aloha? When I had no knowledge of Hawaii, or Hawaiian values, I thought it only means hello and welcome. I’ve learned so much about Hawaii and its values including Aloha and now I know it doesn't only mean that. Aloha can mean “love. Aloha can mean “farewell”. After I got into Kapiolani Community College, I had chance to get to know Hawaiian values and each time I’m amazed how each word have deep and thoughtful meanings. And Aloha is the basis of most of the other

  • Aloha Flight 243

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    Aloha Flight 243 In the Aloha incident, Aloha Airlines flight 243 took off on a regularly scheduled flight departing Hilo and arriving in Honolulu airport. Aloha flight 243 was a Boeing 737 that had suffered from metal fatigue and flown well over the intended takeoff-landing hours. (Stoller, 2001) Flight 243 experienced an explosive decompression and structure failure at flight level 240. An 18 ft. long section of ceiling area of the fuselage from the forward passenger cabin had separated

  • Aloha Airlines Case Analysis Essay

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    1. AIRCRAFT MISHAP TIMELINE On 28 April 1988, Aloha Airlines Flight 243, a Boeing 747 based out of Honolulu International Airport, Hawaii, began operations on what was scheduled for six inter-island flights. The First Officer checked in with Aloha Airlines Flight Operations about 5:00am followed by the Captain shortly after. The aircraft log was signed off and released for flight with no open write-ups. They both completed pre-departure duties and proceeded to the aircraft. All pre-flight preparations

  • Aloha Case

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    University of Singapore ACC3602 Managerial Planning and Control Systems Aloha 1. What should be Aloha's competitive strategy? Low cost? It is difficult for Aloha to compete with the industry giants like Nestle, P&G and Phillips Morris on low cost. The reason is simple - volume. These industry giants have much higher volume than Aloha and enjoy a tremendous advantage in economies of scale. It is probably suicidal for Aloha to try to adopt a low cost strategy. It will probably be crushed like

  • Aloha Spirit Research Paper

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    The Aloha Spirit is not an cliché idea that many assume it to be--it is a way of life that dwells within the people of the islands. Whether it be at the store or the beach, everyone spreads the Aloha Spirit--treating everyone and everything with care and respect. Growing up in Hawai’i truly taught me the importance of this spirit. The food, weather, and breathtaking view make this paradise a wonderful place to live in. However, the Aloha Spirit is what separates us from the rest of the world

  • Pirkei Avot: Be Of The Disciples Of Aharon

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    The quote that best describes the “essential me” is found in Pirkei Avot: “Be of The disciples of Aharon, loving peace and pursuing peace.” (1:12) If one wants to be like the students of Aharon, he must love and seek peace. When explaining this Pasuk, Rabeinu Yonah says that loving and pursuing peace encompasses two traits. The first trait, described by loving peace, is that one should desire peace. However, desiring peace is not enough; he must also go out of his way to pursue it and dispose of

  • The History Of The Aloha State

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    “The Aloha State” became the 50th state in 1959, but the history of Hawaii goes back centuries earlier. Roughly 1,500 years ago, Polynesians from the Marquesas Islands first set foot on Hawaii Island. With only the stars to guide them, they miraculously sailed over 2000 miles in canoes to migrate to the Islands. 500 years later, settlers from Tahiti arrived, bringing their beliefs in gods and demi-gods and instituting a strict social hierarchy based on a kapu (taboo) system. Hawaiian culture flourished

  • Aloha Descriptive Speech

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    “Aloha i ka honua Kulana Ailani Kai ”. My name literally means famed chief from water and for as long as I can remember, I always adored the ocean and was drawn to it at an early age. It was my calling and I knew it. The bright, deadly ocean was home. The smell of saltiness brings me a sense of everlasting serenity. Looking at the gentle currents engages me even more. How can it be that something so beautiful can be disastrous? A grand ocean so fascinating yet genuinely frightening is exciting. To

  • The Aloha Spirit In Hawaii

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    I always hear how special Hawaii is to the world, that it is where the people take care of the land as well as each other, that its aloha spirit. But I never knew what was the reason why, for me, growing up my parents never showed any signs of the aloha spirits that often, usually they would be very distant with people especially with family members. Since they believed that the only reason they are nice to you is to benefit themselves. So I was very shy and quiet to distant myself from my peers

  • Movie Analysis : The Movie ' Aloha '

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    and it’s been this way since the founding of America. Racism in Hollywood is no different, since its conception Hollywood’s preference for white faces has been clear and continuous. From the 1915 film Birth of a Nation to Cameron Crowe’s 2015 film Aloha, Hollywood’s has proven time and time again that we are not living in a post racial society. Racism within Hollywood can be seen in different forms, from its lack of diversity, negative stereotyping of people of color, and the age old white savior

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