Inagua

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Inagua

(ēnä`gwä), island group of the BahamasBahamas, the
, officially Commonwealth of the Bahamas, independent nation (2005 est. pop. 301,800), 4,403 sq mi (11,404 sq km), in the Atlantic Ocean, consisting of some 700 islands and islets and about 2,400 cays, beginning c.50 mi (80 km) off SE Florida and extending c.
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. A virtually isolated cluster at the southern end of the archipelago, it includes Great Inagua, Little Inagua, and some islets. Matthew Town is the chief settlement of Inagua. Salt production is the primary economic activity. Inagua is also known for its flamingos.
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EDT Friday, the hurricane was centred about 55 miles (90 kilometres) northwest of Great Inagua Island and 495 miles (795 kilometres) southeast of Miami.
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Large loads are split up into smaller loads before entering the southern Bahamas, sometimes bypassing the customs station in Great Inagua, which is strategically located between the Turks and Caicos Islands, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Jamaica.
The excitement begins when they solve a riddle written on Roberts' recently discovered nautical chart and find indication that the treasure may lay within an island cave on Great Inagua Island, but danger looms off the Bahamian coast.
The announcement comes as officials also recognized a new hummingbird species on Bahamas' Great Inagua island called the Inagua Woodstar.
After this sad and emotional incident the Utowana visited two additional islands and eventually departed from Great Inagua to the Dominican Republic on January 15.
Just hours later, a deployed Clearwater maintenance crew from Great Inagua arrived on-scene, coordinated a security watch due to the desolate area, and completed a thorough borescope inspection of the engine.
Stone, A Cruising Guide to the Caribbean and the Bahamas, New York: Dodd, Mead, 1982, 150, who note, "Today, Morton Salt is the only commercial enterprise on Great Inagua and recreational harborage is discouraged").
He and colleagues sampled fossil reefs like this one oil Great Inagua Island in the Bahamas.
Other industries include sun-dried sea salt in Great Inagua, a wet dock facility in Freeport for repair of cruise ships, and mining of aragonite--a type of limestone with several industrial uses--from the sea floor at Ocean Cay.
was awarded a contract by a private customer to repair a dry bulk terminal in Great Inagua, Bahamas.