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Mahina meli. See saying, guest.

1. Beach, Kalalau, Kauaʻi. Narrow calcareous sand beach at the foot of the sea cliffs to the east of Kalalau Valley. Named for its isolated location away from the rest of the beachgoers at Kalalau. 2. Beach park, Hickam Air Force Base, Oʻahu. Small, man-made calcareous sand beach approximately 150 feet long and picnic area on the shore of Hickam Harbor adjacent to the Reef Runway. Its use is by permit only and primarily by organized groups. Named because of its isolated location away from the rest of the beachgoers at Hiekam Beach Park.

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