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Carib

1. a member of a group of American Indian peoples of NE South America and the Lesser Antilles
2. the family of languages spoken by these peoples
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For the implementation of the Ramadan Phone experience, Carib Publishing took advantage of a patented customization technology from a US-based company called Foneclay.
Maximilian Forte (2001:3) asserts that contemporary attempts to re-imagine a native Amerindian "indigenous" identity in Trinidad have been part of "nation-building efforts in seizing upon the proclaimed Carib 'contribution to the national foundation'.
GRATEFUL FOR STABILITY: Regina hard at work on her banana farm in the Carib Territory, Dominica, Windward Islands.
CDC brews Carib and Stag beer, while Carib Glass makes the bottles.
The victory over the Carib Beer XI also highlighted England's strength in depth with Gareth Batty stepping from the sidelines to claim five for 53, his best figures at this level, while reserve wicketkeeper Geraint Jones hit a determined 66.
SCOREBOARD - Barbados Carib Beer XI 129 (M J Hoggard 4-27).
Dominica recently hosted the 7th Annual World Creole Music Festival and while the names of the artistes may not mean too much to the "world at large", their heterogeneity is testimony to the importance of an island which stands at the cross-roads of cultures--African, Carib, English, French.
And there's something pretty appealing,especially in winter,about being able to leave the warmth of your bedroom for the warmth of Carib a Creek, which is for the exclusive use of guests from either hotel.
In Dominica, the CDB is assisting in upgrading roads, buildings and interpretation displays for five ecotourism sites--Hot Soufriere, Freshwater Lake, Morne Diablotin, Middleham Falls and the Carib Territory--and encourage increased visitor flows to the island.
The island's early colonial history shows visitors were not welcomed by the inhabitants, the fierce Carib Indians, whose name lingers on in the word Caribbean.
He marvels that carib females prefer nectar from green flowers when many hummingbird-pollinated flowers blaze red or orange.