Western Samoa

Western Samoa
Western Samoa
former name for SAMOA (the country)

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  • Western Samoa — Western Samoan. an independent country comprising the W part of Samoa: formerly a trust territory of New Zealand. 219,509; 1133 sq. mi. (2935 sq. km). Cap.: Apia. Cf. Samoa, American Samoa. * * * Western Samoa Western Samoa:Geography Location:… …   Universalium

  • Western Samoa —   [ westən sə məʊə], bis 1997 Bezeichnung für Samoa …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Western Samoa — noun a constitutional monarchy on the western part of the islands of Samoa in the South Pacific • Syn: ↑Samoa, ↑Independent State of Samoa, ↑Samoa i Sisifo • Derivationally related forms: ↑Samoan (for: ↑Samoa) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Western Samoa — Western Sa|mo|a the former name for ↑Samoa …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Western Samoa Labour Party — The Western Samoa Labour Party (WSLP) was a political party in Samoa. It was founded on June 4 1993 by To alepai Toesulusulu Si ueva, a former Ministe rof Health in the 1985 88 coalition government. [cite book |author=Asofou So o |editor=Roland… …   Wikipedia

  • Western Samoa at the 1994 Commonwealth Games — NOTOC Western Samoa at the 1994 Commonwealth Games was abbreviated SAM.MedalsGold* none ilver*Bob Gasio mdash; Boxing, Men s Light MiddleweightBronze* none Samoa at the Commonwealth Games …   Wikipedia

  • Western Samoa at the 1990 Commonwealth Games — NOTOC Western Samoa at the 1990 Commonwealth Games was abbreviated SAM.MedalsGold* none ilver* none Bronze*Sililo Figota mdash; Boxing, Men s Light Middleweight *Emerio Fainuulua mdash; Boxing, Men s Heavyweight Samoa at the Commonwealth Games …   Wikipedia

  • Western Samoa — geographical name see Samoa 2 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Western Samoa — noun The former name of Samoa, from 1914 to 1997 …   Wiktionary

  • Western Samoa — See Samoa …   Webster's Gazetteer

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