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“Failure,” said another, who has lived in Philadelphia and Maui but has made this his home for the last decade.
I spoke to Clyde Prestowitz yesterday, by phone at his residence in Maui for further clarification.Meet The Man Who Wrongly Accused Fareed Zakaria of Plagiarism|David Frum|August 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The big-wave surfer conquered a 70-foot swell at Jaws in Maui, which landed him a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Surfer Mike Parsons rode the 64-foot wave during a competition on the north shore of Maui, Hawaii.
In 2006, Fitzpatrick retired from the transit department with visions of moving to Maui and “marrying a pretty Japanese girl.”
Thus the Samoans account for the origin of two of their islands and also for the passing away of Maui from the earth.
When they came to land, Maui leaped out and ran up the mountain side to get the fire.
Often in the quiet days that followed did Maui amuse himself with the big kite.Legends of Wailuku|Charlotte Hapai
But Maui and Ru had not worked perfectly together; therefore the sky was twisted and its surface was very irregular.
When Maui returned with his kite he was more careful in calling the winds to aid him in his sport.