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By examining the interconnections of Christianity, diverse musical styles (reggae, calypso, and hip-hop), and the tourist industry, Guadeloupe aptly demonstrates how a multiethnic and multi-religious island--where residents are totally dependent on the tourist trade--encourages peoples of all social classes to transcend their ethnic, cultural, and religious differences.
For the moment, though, Comminges is focused on helping Guadeloupe reach the Concacaf (Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean) Gold Cup semi-finals for a second successive tournament.
5 million people went on strike last month against the government's economic policies, Sarkozy said he would travel to Guadeloupe as soon as calm returned.
I've been scoring for Guadeloupe and hope to keep up that form for Dundee.
In August, Hurricane Dean destroyed almost all of the crop in Martinique and about half of the crop in Guadeloupe.
Tickborne rickettiosis in Guadeloupe, the French West Indies: isolation of Rickettsia africae from Amblyomma variegatum ticks and serosurvey in humans, cattle, and goats.
Gregory, in a website statement himself, had claimed there were other positive tests in Guadeloupe, including two world track riders.
The character Djere, captured in the Atlantic slave trade and transported to Guadeloupe, commits his memory of royal lineage to paper, and these fragmentary passage s are embedded in the novel as "Djere's Notebooks.
Debby will probably move over Antigua, Guadeloupe, the rest of the Leeward Islands and the British Virgin Islands today, if it remains on its current west-northwest track, said Ms Krissy Williams, of the US National Hurricane Centre in Miami.
Neurologist Dominique Caparros-Lefebvre noticed these symptoms in elderly patients while working at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire des Antilles et de la Guyane in Guadeloupe.
The armed revolts against slavery and colonization in Guadeloupe, unlike those of Haiti, were crushed by French troops and did not lead to independence.
This time, she spent 37 days sailing more than 4,000 miles as crew aboard the 38-foot catamaran Corca from La Rochelle, France, to Guadeloupe in the southeast Caribbean.