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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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Themes of race, colour, culture and ancestry abound in West Indian writing in English.
For the West Indians, Kieran Powell made a fighting 83, but the visitors gave up in the 39th over.
In 2011 he became only the second West Indian ever to score two Test half centuries before his 19th birthday when he made 63 against India in Delhi.
West Indian women's experience in Los Angeles; the impact of politics and the global economy.
The inexperienced West Indian attack had just about every Australian batsman hopping and Ricky Ponting had to bring all his skill into play to stave the bowers off.
The growing presence of English-and Creole-speaking Caribbean people in New York City and Florida and the subsequent constitution of immigrant neighborhoods where West Indians form an important component--in some cases the majority--of the population is conceptualized as a challenge to the theories of spatial assimilation and place stratification.
AS A proud West Indian who came to England in 1969 and was brought up on carnivals and calypso music, I live by the law of this country.
The previous two decades of scholarly research on West Indians in New York has established the significance of studying black immigrants to introduce race as a key factor in identity formation debates that underpin the broader literature of American immigration.
Conclusively, he realizes the colonizer would only seek to give West Indians "bright bright baubles" (118) (or taunting jester's scepters) in the form of civilization that is anything but civil for the dispossessed.
Though the aggression of old was consigned to the history books, the West Indians showed fight and spirit rarely seen in over two decades.
We need to be as positive as possible, hopefully get a score on the board and create some doubts in the minds of the West Indian batsmen.
1) Among black women, by contrast, West Indian immigrants appeared more vulnerable to STD risk than those born in the United States, because they were less confident that they could persuade regular partners to use condoms or undergo STD screening.

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