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A POPULAR TRADITION IN HAWAII IS USING
THE TERM "ALOHA".

Submitter comment: WHILE IN HAWAII I LEARNED TO USE THIS WORD
IN MANY DIFFERENT SITUATIONS. WHEN BOARDING
AND UNBOARDING THE PLANE, ANN PLACED
A GARDINIA LEIGH AROUNG MY NECK AND SAID
ALOHA. BEFORE GOING TO BED AT NIGHT THE
OHTA'S ALL SAID ALOHA INSTEAD OF "GOOD-NIGHT".
EACH LETTER I RECEIVE FROM HAWAII IS SIGNED
ALOHA---ANN.

Where learned: HAWAII ; HONOLULU

Subject headings: SPEECH -- Formula
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