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Saint Vincent

1. Cape. a headland at the SW extremity of Portugal: scene of several important naval battles, notably in 1797, when the British defeated the French and Spanish
2. Gulf. a shallow inlet of SE South Australia, to the east of the Yorke Peninsula: salt industry
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The application arises out of the unique governance structure of St Vincent s Private Hospital Sydney.
The ACCC considers that authorising collective group dealings between these private hospitals will result in cost savings and operational efficiencies to the St Vincent s Group of Hospitals, St Vincent s Private Hospital Sydney, as well as suppliers and acquirers of their goods and services.
Dancers, singers and revellers in general in the full spirit of the week long carnival in Kingstown the capital of the Caribbean island of St Vincent St Vincent and The Grenadines Carnival.
A new long-haul international airport at Argyle on St Vincent will cost pounds 82m, a further pounds 11m is to be spent on expanding the airport on the island of Canouan and a Taiwanese construction company is to build a cross-country road linking the airport to the capital.
Many celebrities have rented or bought properties in Mustique, Bequia and other islands among the 32 in the St Vincent and Grenadines chain.
Like Greece, St Vincent had been no-hopers until Shaw and Dolan, two refugees from our domestic game, led them to the semi-final qualifying stage by beating Nicaragua - population 6million - over two legs.
St Vincent should lose - though after Greece's heroics don't bank on it - but the two missionaries firmly believe they can claim second place in a group which includes the unfancied neighbouring islands of Trinidad and St Kitts.