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Sunday, November 17, 2002



STRING THEORY

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FL MORRIS / FMORRIS@ STARBULLETIN.COM
Norman Takeya, owner of Ukulele Supply of Hawaii, a ukulele maker and supplier of ukulele building materials, strummed one of his creations during the Ukulele Guild of Hawaii Inaugural Exhibition at the Waikiki Marriott Hotel yesterday. The displays, workshops and entertainment will continue today.




HONORING KING KALAKAUA

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FL MORRIS / FMORRIS@ STARBULLETIN.COM
Members of Hale O Na Alii O Hawaii prepared yesterday to enter the Royal Mausoleum in Nuuanu during their celebration of the 164th birthday of King David Kalakaua. In the front, Maggie Keener, left, and Annie Newsome, middle, adjusted the cape of Reuben Naholowaa. Looking on behind them were Kalani Akana, left, and Bill Haole.




A POINTED LESSON IN PHYSICS

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RICHARD WALKER / RWALKER@STARBULLETIN.COM
Moanalua High School senior Chuong Tran laid on a bed of nails as his classmate, Kristin Mukai, sat on him yesterday at the Physics Open House at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. This demonstration tested a physics law stating that weight evenly distributed over a large area lessens the amount of weight at each point of contact.




CAPITOL REFLECTIONS

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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARBULLETIN.COM
The rain-soaked State Capitol floor reflected James and Marilyn Acheson yesterday as they walked through the building.






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