hawaiian pidgin quotes

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Filipino recruits arriving on Hawaiian plantations were almost exclusively single or without their wives. The summer of 1925 about ...
The voluptuous Indian, with every desire supplied, whom Providence has bountifully provided with all the sources of pure and natur ...
It is the space inside that gives the drum its sound.
A fine-looking mill, but no machinery inside.
No one to slap his head.
Things will not mourn you, people will.
One can think of life after the fish is in the canoe.
A fallen tree does not rise again.
The back meets the front.
Always clung to by barnacles.
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