Caribbean


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Caribbean

1. the. the states and islands of the Caribbean Sea, including the West Indies, when considered as a geopolitical region
2. short for the Caribbean Sea
3. a member of any of the peoples inhabiting the islands of the Caribbean Sea, such as a West Indian or a Carib
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Founded by Paul Caswell in 2004, a man with a passion for kitesurfing and the charm of the Caribbean lifestyle, Caribbean Winds has evolved into a travel company unlike any other.
El Ninos not only raise the water temperature in the Caribbean but also tend to diminish the winds there.
build capacity for the implementation of the standard by supporting workshops and training sessions and laying the foundation for an integrated records management infrastructure for the Caribbean
The topics covered in these sections overlap in many instances; Michael Craton's discussion of the Black Loyalist diaspora to the Bahamas, for example, appears in section two as a study of economic life, but could as easily have been located in section three as an example of Caribbean racial politics and social change.
Caribbean governments' efforts to encourage investment in various initiatives will likely be assisted by the creation of the Caribbean Single Market Economy (CSME).
Our target demographic is 35-to-50-year-olds, couples, families and friends,'' said Royal Caribbean spokeswoman Lisa Lutoff-Perlo.
But, for Rody, this is not simply an act of correction or revision on the part of the African American and Caribbean women writers she discusses: Rather, it is an important feminist and post-colonial political undertaking that ultimately redefines the authors' own literary, political, and cultural origins.
The geographic outlay of the Caribbean region adds to the complexities of counter-drug measures within the region.
Foreign language pedagogy in almost every country in the world has gone through several stages within the last thirty or forty years and the Caribbean is no exception.
We are a force to be contended with," suggests Kirkland of her fellow Caribbean entrepreneurs.
Caribbean cruise charts routinely leave Haiti unnamed, or erase it from the map altogether.

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