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Those who deserve honor sometimes receive it late

By Cynthia Oi

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 29, 2011

~~<p>A war ended earlier this month and there were no parades.&nbsp;</p>
<p>There were no hats tossed in the air along wide boulevards of American cities, no sailors surprising random women with jubilant kisses. No cars blasting horns up and down Kalakaua Avenue, no very important people inscribing documents to mark the conclusion of armed conflict.</p>
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A war ended earlier this month and there were no parades. 

There were no hats tossed in the air along wide boulevards of American cities, no sailors surprising random women with jubilant kisses. No cars blasting horns up and down Kalakaua Avenue, no very important people inscribing documents to mark the conclusion of armed conflict. Login for more...



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