Synonyms for ailinglaplap or Related words with ailinglaplap

likiep              namdrik              erikub              ujae              kolhumadulu              vaavu              haddhunmathi              namonuito              taongi              wotho              coralensis              faafu              utirik              ailinginae              takapoto              falkie              rongelap              ailuk              tiladummati              laamu              lhaviyani              raraka              huvadhoo              gnaviyani              oroluk              kaafu              onotoa              meemu              pingelap              ujelang              pollap              poluwat              jabat              thiladhunmathi              hulhudheli              felidhu              gaadhiffushi              tukangbesi              ailinglapalap              funadhoo              nonouti              lukunor              arutua              shaviyani              jaluit              tikei              matureivavao              mainvillage              nggela              tahanea             



Examples of "ailinglaplap"
Airok Airport is a public use airstrip at Airok on Ailinglaplap Atoll, Marshall Islands.
The current Iroijlaplap (or paramount chief) of Ailinglaplap is Anjua Loeak.
Kessai Hesa Note (born August 7, 1950 in Ailinglaplap), was President of the Marshall Islands from 2000 to 2008.
"Ailinglaplap" translates as "greatest atoll" (' (atoll) + ' (superlative suffix)), because the greatest legends of the Marshallese people were created there. The four major population centers on Ailinglaplap Atoll are the settlements of Woja, at the westernmost end of the atoll, Jeh in the northeast, and Airok and Bouj in the south.
Woja Airport is a public use airstrip at Woja on Ailinglaplap Atoll, Marshall Islands. This airstrip is assigned the location identifier WJA by the IATA.
Ailinglaplap or Ailinglapalap (Marshallese: , ) is a coral atoll of 56 islands in the Pacific Ocean, and forms a legislative district of the Ralik Chain in the Marshall Islands. It is located northwest of Jaluit Atoll. Its total land area is only , but it encloses a lagoon of . The economy of the atoll is dominated by coconut plantations. The population of the atoll was 1,959 in 1999. Jabat Island is located off the coast of Ailinglaplap Atoll. The former president of the Marshall Islands, Kessai Note, was born on Jeh Island, Ailinglaplap Atoll.
Jeh Airport is a public use airstrip at Jeh on Ailinglaplap Atoll, Marshall Islands. This airstrip is assigned the location identifier JEJ by the IATA.
Anjua Loeak is the current iroijlaplap (or paramount chief) of Ailinglaplap, and one of four paramount chiefs in the Marshall Islands. Loeak's domain lies in the Ralik Chain and is shared with the iroijlaplap of Kwajalein, currently Imata Kabua.
The airline’s main base is at Majuro and operates flights to Bikini Atoll, Enewetak Atoll, Kwajalein Atoll, Rongelap Atoll and Jeh and Woja on Ailinglaplap Atoll. The flight schedule has most flights operating on a weekly basis.
Loeak was re-elected to the Nitijela in 2007 and has held the seat of Ailinglaplap since then. He re-entered the cabinet in 2008 as Minister-in-Assistance to President Litokwa Tomeing.
Jabor has two elementary schools: St. Josephs, attached to the Catholic Church, and a public school. There are also elementary schools in Jaluit motu and Iemej. Jaluit High School is a boarding school that serves students from Jaluit Atoll and the southern atolls of Ebon, Ailinglaplap, Namu, Kili, Namdrik and Jabat.
Jabor has two elementary schools: St. Josephs, attached to the Catholic Church, and a public school. There are also elementary schools in Jaluit motu and Iemej. Jaluit High School is a boarding school that serves students from Jaluit Atoll and the southern atolls of Ebon, Ailinglaplap, Namu, Kili, Namdrik and Jabat.
The British merchant vessel "Rolla" sighted several islands in the Ratak and Ralik Chains. On 6 November 1803 she sighted islands at , which was possibly Ailinglaplap Atoll. The next day six canoes of friendly natives came off. "Rolla" had transported convicts from Britain to New South Wales and was on her way to Canton to find a cargo to take back to Britain.
Loeak was born on the Ailinglaplap Atoll on 11 November 1952. He attended Marshall Islands High School before traveling to the United States to study at the Hawaii Pacific College and Gonzaga University School of Law. Loeak is a native speaker of Marshallese and also speaks English. He is married to Anono Lieom Loeak and has three children and eight grandchildren.
On 11 May 1955, "Walton" set sail for the Marianas, on the first leg of her fourth WestPac voyage. While operating under the operational aegis of the Commander, Naval forces, Marianas, "Walton" carried out surveillance operations at Bikar Atoll, Erikub Atoll, Kwajalein, Rongerik Atoll, and Ailinglaplap Atoll. In June and July, "Walton" alternated making surveillance voyages to the places mentioned above with performing duties as search and rescue (SAR) ship operating out of Guam.
Next, "Rolla" sighted several of islands in the Ratak and Ralik Chains of the Marshall Islands. On 30 October she sighted islands at , which was possibly Mili Atoll. Cummings sent in a cutter, but the heavy surf prevented it from landing. On 6 November she sighted islands at , which was possibly Ailinglaplap Atoll. The next day six canoes of friendly natives came off. Next, "Rolla" sighted Jaluit Atoll.
Following the passage of the typhoon in the Ailinglaplap Atoll in the Marshall Islands, residents experienced severe food shortages due to damaged crops and little rainfall. Experts estimated the entire redevelopment of its fauna would require more than a decade. As a result of the crop shortage, large-scale evacuations of the islands' residents were considered. Officials in the nation requested assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency of the United States, and on March 20, 1998, the area was declared a disaster area; the declaration allowed for the usage of emergency funds.
In 1884, the Empire of Germany claimed Ailinglaplap Atoll along with the rest of the Marshall Islands. A number of European trading stations were established on the islands to Ailingkaplap as part of the copra trade. After World War I, the island came under the South Pacific Mandate of the Empire of Japan. Following the end of World War II, it came under the control of the United States as part of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands until the independence of the Marshall Islands in 1986.
On September 15, 2007, Witon Barry (of the Tobolar Copra processing plant in the Marshall Islands capital of Majuro) said power authorities, private companies, and entrepreneurs had been experimenting with coconut oil as alternative to diesel fuel for vehicles, power generators, and ships. Coconut trees abound in the Pacific's tropical islands. Copra, the meat of the coconut, yields coconut oil (1 liter for every 6 to 10 coconuts). In 2009, a 57 kW solar power plant was installed, the largest in the Pacific at the time, including New Zealand. It is estimated that 330 kW of solar and 450 kW of wind power would be required to make the College of the Marshall Islands energy self-sufficient. Marshalls Energy Company (MEC), a government entity, provides the islands with electricity. In 2008, 420 solar home systems of 200 Wp each were installed on Ailinglaplap Atoll, sufficient for limited electricity use.
Ruben R. Zackhras (born December 4, 1947) is a Marshallese politician and member of the United Democratic Party, was acting President of the Marshall Islands from 21 October 2009 to 26 October 2009. He previously served as Finance Minister from 1989 to 1997. Zackras, Graduated from the University of Guam in 1971 holding a BA in Public Administration, he has served in Marshallese Politics for 34 years and in the Nitijela since 1979, currently serving as a representative of Ailinglaplap Atoll since 2007. His initial political career was combined with his role as a teacher until his appointment as Minister of Transportation and Communication in 1979. From 1982 Zackhras was appointed as minister of Transportation and Communication, Interior and Outer Island Affairs, Justice and Health & Environment, until his appointment in 1989 as Minister of Finance. In the year of 2000, Zackhras was elected as Deputy speaker of the Nitijela serving until 2007.