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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Commenting on the pact with the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, she observed, This partnership will help us reach out to Diaspora businesses and their networks so they can continue to play a role in the development of the Caribbean which many in the Diaspora are eager to do.
Michelle Rowley proposes the concept of embodied equity to flesh out a more material, embodied project for Caribbean feminism which expressly engages with the body and sexuality in its demands for equity.
Edmondson persuasively argues that gender considerations and transnational developments shaped this literary tradition and other Caribbean cultural productions throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
The association deputy director of marketing, Fernando Abreu, said, 'We are bringing together representatives from various Caribbean destinations, local Caribbean Diaspora groups, and members of the New York City community to what will be one of the hottest Caribbean Fairs in the city.
Caribbean BlueBook is not just another website filled with Caribbean business listings.
It will highlight the billions of pounds worthof investmentand business opportunities available in the Caribbean islands.
That region isn't directly connected with the Caribbean, but changes in worldwide weather patterns cause waters to warm in the Caribbean as well, says Gill.
This trend is of particular concern in the context of the smaller or less developed islands in the Caribbean, where the impact of a single building can have a huge effect on the built environment.
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FROM THE CARIBBEAN BASIN INITIATIVE TO A NEW FREE TRADE AGREEMENT
At the end of World War II, a large number of West Indians emigrated from the Caribbean to the United States.

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