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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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The Cayman Islands - - Caribbean islands - - population 56,732.
With such a variety of experiences to choose from right in our own back yard, the Caribbean islands are bound to give you more than your money's worth
The projects come to Barbados at a time of growth: During 2004, the economy of the most easterly of the Caribbean islands is expected to grow between 3% and 3.
Now, analyses of sloth fossils from continental landmasses and from Caribbean islands apparently disqualify climate change as a factor in the extinctions of those creatures, which ranged in weight from 20 kilograms to 200 kg.
The essays, edited by Susanna Sloat, focus on the Caribbean Islands, beginning in Cuba and traveling down the arc of isles through Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Martinique, Trinidad, and around to Curagao.
Some of the Caribbean islands have mobile penetration rates of over 100%, the highest of all being Turks & Caicos at 230%.
Just before Christmas, Greenpeace dispatched its ship, The Rainbow Warrior, from Seville, Spain, to Port of Spain, Trinidad, for the start of a series of protest rallies on Caribbean islands and along Central America's Caribbean coast.
Compared with other Caribbean islands, Grenada is a bargain.
Now it plans to continue raising funds all year round, to provide aid in case of further disasters in the Caribbean islands.
Earlier, K-C donated nearly US$ 20,000 worth of Huggies brand diapers to the Caribbean islands of Grenada, Jamaica, and Grand Cayman in the wake of the hurricane.
Trinidad and Tobago has its own national air carrier, BWIA West Indies Airways Limited, which offers daily scheduled service to and from Port of Spain and North, South and Central America, Canada, the United Kingdom, Europe and other Caribbean islands.
The volcano spewed thick clouds of ash into the air, plunging several Caribbean islands into a gritty haze.

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