In the aloha State, Obama has endorsed and cut a radio ad for Neil Abercrombie, the incumbent governor.
He spotted Nestor Gabriel Caballero Gutierrez, 39, of aloha, Oregon, limping down the road.
We did ride the next day, and many days thereafter; and aloha proved all and more than the Kentuckian had promised.
The orchestra had finished “aloha Oe” and was preparing to go home.
And "Kilauea's 'aloha' to the Lurline" it has always been to us since.
The door is always open and over its lintel is 'aloha,' which means 'Welcome.'
Then one day he filled them with grief by saying: “I am going, aloha.”
aloha ino oe, eia ihonei paha oe e make ai, he ai mainei Pele, Compassion great to you!
I offered her money in return, but she refused it, saying she had given the things out of aloha, or love for me.
Some gave us the native salutation as we passed the soft "aloha," which, literally translated, means "My love to you."
1798, Hawaiian aloha, Maori aroha, an expression used in greeting or valediction, literally "love, affection, pity." Sometimes aloha 'oe, from 'oe "to you."
(From the Hawaiian greeting) A system of contention resolution devised at The University of Hawaii. Packets are broadcast when ready, the sender listens to see if they collide and if so re-transmits after a random time. Slotted Aloha constrains packets to start at the beginning of a time slot. Basic Aloha is appropriate to long propagation time nets (e.g. satellite). For shorter propagation times, carrier sense protocols are possible.