Malia

[bird] The malia (Malia grata) is a medium-sized (approximately 29 cm long) babbler-like passerine. It has an olive-green plumage, yellowish head and chest, and pinkish-brown bill. The young is duller than adult. It is the only member in the genus Malia. An Indonesian endemic, the malia is restricted to montane forests of Sulawesi. Usually,...
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Malia

[Hawaiian canoe] Mālia is the name of a Hawaiian-style wooden racing canoe crafted by James Takeo Yamasaki. The canoe was hewn out of blonde koa wood in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii in 1933. Its wooden hull provided the founding model for all subsequent outrigger canoeing hulls, including those later molded from fiberglass. Hawaiian racing canoeist...
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Malia

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Malia

Malia is a Hawaiian name for girls. The meaning is `ambitious, strong` The name Malia is most commonly given to American girls. What do they use in other countries? Amil Emily (English) Emma (English, French) Aym?ali (German) Malikah Amelia (German, English) Amy (English) Emely (English) The name sounds like: Melia, Mali, Mala See also: Amelia, Mar...
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