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British Guiana:

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, officially Co-operative Republic of Guyana, republic (2005 est. pop. 765,000), 83,000 sq mi (214,969 sq km), NE South America. It is bordered on the N by the Atlantic Ocean, on the E by Suriname, on the S and W by Brazil, and on the W by Venezuela.
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The SS RH Carr is languishing in British Guyana on the Demarara river and in the interests of Flintshire and Saltney's rich living history this boat, in consultation with the council, business, lottery funding, CADW, British Heritage and other organisations, should be brought back to Flintshire.
It draws upon Baroque, Rococo, Hindu and Islamic architecture as well as the art of the carousel, carnival and cumfa - a form of voodoo in British Guyana.
Army during World War II, having been stationed in Puerto Rico and British Guyana.
He fought to get the British out of what was then British Guyana and then he spent 28 years in opposition.
Originally from British Guyana, Mr Dobson was married and had two children aged six and four.
NASDAQ: HITTF; VSE: HITV), manufacturers and marketers of a 50-second French fry vending system, announced today that Harvard Capital International Corporation (HCIC), its wholly owned international marketing subsidiary based in Barbados, has signed an exclusive 10-year master license contract with Rubens Apovian, Sao Paulo, Brazil, for the distribution of Harvard's SPUD STOP(TM) French fry vending system in Brazil and British Guyana for a license fee of US$200,000.
Guyana was formerly known as British Guyana and is located east of Venezuela in South America.
My father-in-law came to Liverpool in 1898 from George town, British Guyana at the age of 14.
Aussie,as he was affectionately known in the services, joined the Kings Liverpool Regiment aged 16 and saw military action in Korea,Hong Kong,Germany, Kenya,Ireland and British Guyana.
For them, JLA has packaged the five one-day internationals between England and West Indies in April with a chance to explore little-known British Guyana - dubbed South America's "Final Frontier" as one of the least visited corners of the planet.
Originally from British Guyana, Mr Dodson flew from Holland to Britain on August 16.
The Company also plans exploration on its other Nevada holdings and on its Aremu, British Guyana gold project.

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