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Antilles:

see West IndiesWest Indies,
archipelago, between North and South America, curving c.2,500 mi (4,020 km) from Florida to the coast of Venezuela and separating the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico from the Atlantic Ocean.
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Antilles has a 50% equity having in the block, that carries a work program of discovery drilling in the present exploration term.
Overall, about 82% of vessels made landfall in the Americas, with most landing in the Antilles or Brazil, yet in some months as many as 21% of vessels landed on the Central American or Mexican coasts.
Despite the lack of published records, many people of the Lesser Antilles were well aware of fire ants.
Since 1954, the federation of the Netherlands Antilles (Curacao, Bonaire, Saba, Sint Eustatius, and Sint Maarten), which is a constituent part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, has been semi-autonomous in most internal affairs.
Eager to bring his son home, Robert's father, Roger, who lives in Dorridge, and sister Claire Mansell have spent weeks negotiating behind the scenes with authorities in Holland, the Dutch Antilles and the UK.
I went over with three other friends and we had meetings with the Dutch Antilles Government, the crash investigators and the owners of the airline, Divi Divi Air.
16 per share to the Central Bank of the Netherlands Antilles on June 15, 2009, as payment for all 183,214 untendered VINV shares.
THANK YOU: James Alcide, of the Antilles Social Club, with the letter confirming the pounds 4,000 grant and a plaque from Kirklees Council (s)
Hills and Betfred operate sites out of Curacao, one of five territories in the Dutch Antilles, the Caribbean home to 343 gambling websites.
But our 10-day cruise began with two blissful at-sea days, as we steamed to the extreme southern reaches of the region, the Lesser Antilles, just a few miles off the coast of Venezuela.
There are 54 institutional investors operating in the Netherlands Antilles, including ten life insurance companies, 20 non-life insurance companies and 24 pension funds.
Under the current agreement from 1995 one carrier from each country is allowed to fly between Suriname and the Dutch Antilles, but this is now considered too restrictive.