Extractions: For the most relaxing vacation of your life, stay at Over the Rainbow Our management company has produced a new web site for Beyond the Sea, a spectacularly sited 2-1/2 bedroom property. Please take a look at: http://www.caribbeanvilla.com/develop/carib/beyond/beyond.html. We just returned from spending 14 nights at Sandals Antigua(November 15-29, 1997). This review is put in the context that my wife and I have traveled numerous times to the Caribbean and we have stayed at 5 other all-inclusive properties. We are both in our 40s and enjoy fine dining both at home and when on vacation. We booked our vacation with Air Canada Vacations (Travel wholesaler) from Toronto and the departure was 2 hours late because of a snow storm the day before. The airport arrival in Antigua was uneventful with the usual exception of the fact that there was the usual number of local baggage carriers waiting at the luggage carousel to carry our luggage about 20 feet to the customs person. The one who approached us was rather rude about my carrying my own luggage because it was
Anguillalife since this worst crash in Dominica's history. which saw young Lady Messenger of Anguillavictorious has allegedly left some regional Calypsonians feeling http://www.anguillanews.com/Anguillanews/Anguillanews_4.html
Extractions: HOME PAGE Informative AnguillaNews AnguillaTalk Submissions Our Buildings Nature Wild Life Salt Ponds People Anguilla Profiles Beach Fun Anguilla Fun Festival 2002 Politics Summary Notable Names Political History Resources Our Health The Constitution Const. Reform Did You Know ... http://news.anguillalife.com Archive News Enter Here Preliminary Inquiry Complete (August 29th 2002) The case of accused Caymanian murderer Damean Seymour, who is charged with the shooting death of Franklyn "Sparrow" Lake ( former Anguillian Police Officer and Prison Officer in the Cayman Islands), is scheduled to begin in the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands on September 4 th . At the final preliminary hearing on August 27 th , the magistrate read a list of witnesses and committed the matter to the higher court.
Brief History Thus ended a chapter in history that had created anger Kitts, much the same as Anguillahad done, and to request the assistance of the regional Security System http://website.lineone.net/~stkittsnevis/nation.htm
Extractions: Country Profile F rom a Colony to Independence. The first inhabitants of the islands were pre-ceramic people called Sibonay. They are believed to have arrived about 2,100 years ago from Central America. The next people to colonise the islands were the Arawak who originated from the Orinoco River area in modern day Venezuela. They in turn were followed by the Caribs, again from South America. The Arawaks and Caribs left far more remains than the Sibonay and there are many archaeological sites scattered around the islands. These sites are marked with piles of shells, pieces of pottery, and old flint tools and some rock drawings on St. Kitts. St. Kitts was called Liamuiga , or "fertile land," by Caribs which was a reference to the island's rich and productive volcanic soil. Since 1983 the main mountain peak, a 3,792-foot extinct volcano, is called Mount Laimuiga. Nevis was called Oualie - pronounced "OO-A-LEE" - by the Caribs.
PRO Records Administrative history Nevis was governed as part of to particular countries includingAnguilla, Antigua, the Commission and the regional Economic Committee http://website.lineone.net/~stkittsnevis/sknrecd.htm
Extractions: Contacts St Held in the Public Record Office, Kew, England. Class Colonial Office and predecessors: Leeward Islands, Original Correspondence Covering Dates: in 547 volumes, files Access Conditions Some pieces subject to 50 year closure. Scope and Content: This series contains original correspondence relating to the Leeward Islands (which includes St. Kitts and Nevis). There is a break in this series between 1816 and 1872 during which the government of the Leeward Islands as a single colony was abolished and divided amongst the various islands in the group. The records also include baptismal and burial records. Ref: CO152/18 and CO152/25. These records also contain census records. Ref: CO152/7 (1707) and CO152/9 (1711). Unpublished Finding Aids: For a register to this correspondence see CO 354.
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Anguilla Report perhaps even students from other regional schools (Middlebury as well as on Caribbeanhistory and society. necessary to orient them separately once in anguilla. http://www.uvm.edu/~lvivanco/anguilla.html
Extractions: Report of Trip to Anguilla to Explore Creation of Ethnographic Field School Luis A. Vivanco and Robert Gordon Department of Anthropology University of Vermont July 1999 We also discussed more specifically the logistics of carrying out a program in collaboration with the ANT. We discussed the length of a program (6 to 8 weeks); the most effective size for a program (8-10 students); the possibilities for homestays (perhaps for no longer than three weeks during the course, and in which student fees pay families for room and board); the possibility of the ANT playing a role as local coordinator for the course (charging a fee to make logistical arrangements); and the possibility of setting up volunteering opportunities for students (we agreed that as a part of the program students should volunteer services beneficial to Anguillians, such as working as interns in an office like the ANT, as teachers' assistants in the schools, etc.). Ms. Christian also arranged for us to meet with the board members of the Anguilla Archaeological and Historical Society, which is one of the oldest non-governmental organizations on the island. The primary mission of this organization is to promote and facilitate the preservation of Anguilla's historical, architectural and archaeological heritage. Our main reason for meeting with this organization was to introduce ourselves and share our vision, to which board members responded favorably with several suggestions for possible projects (see below for a list of possible projects).
World Youth Award It is with the spirit of regional expansion, Caribbean integration, and youth development theWorld Assembly of Youth and hosted by the anguilla National Youth http://www.worldassemblyofyouth.org/caribbean_youthdialogue.htm
Extractions: Re: Caribbean Youth Dialogue on Employment Dear Sir or Madam: It is with great pleasure that I send greeting to you on behalf of the Secretary General of World Assembly of Youth and the Anguilla National Youth Council. It is with the spirit of regional expansion, Caribbean integration, and youth development in mind that I extend a cordial invitation to your National Youth Council to attend the inaugural Caribbean Youth Dialogue organised by the World Assembly of Youth and hosted by the Anguilla National Youth Council.
Anguillid Symposium cover topics related to life history and migration with particular emphasis on regionalmanagement, upstream PREFERENCES OF AMERICAN EEL, anguilla ROSTRATA, IN http://www.ecu.edu/org/afs/st_louis/anguillidsymposium.htm
Extractions: Monday PM DISTRIBUTION, RELATIVE ABUNDANCE, AND HABITAT PREFERENCES OF AMERICAN EEL, ANGUILLA ROSTRATA, IN THE VIRGINIA PORTION OF CHESAPEAKE BAY , 951706074-44, Patrick J. Geer* STOCK DYNAMICS OF AMERICAN EELS IN FRESHWATER AND BRACKISH HABITATS OF THE HUDSON RIVER, NEW YORK, 951501666-39, Wendy E. Morrison*, David H. Secor ANNUAL VARIABILITY IN RUN SIZE AND TIMING AND IN BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF AMERICAN EEL ELVERS FROM A NOVA SCOTIA RIVER, 1989-1999 , 951740073-12, Brian M. Jessop* DIFFERENTIATING DOWNSTREAM MIGRATING AMERICAN EELS (ANGUILLA ROSTRATA) FROM RESIDENT EELS IN THE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER, USA AND CANADA , 951666754-22, Kevin J. McGrath*, Scott Ault, Jean-Denis Dutil, Julie Bernier, Kevin Reid DO STOCKED FRESHWATER EELS MIGRATE? EVIDENCE FROM THE BALTIC SUGGESTS "YES"
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Extractions: Afghanistan Area Code: 2 digits Subscriber Number: 6 digits (see note below) Trunk Prefix: International Prefix: 00 Note: Due to the situation in Afghanistan, access to centres (other than major cities such as Kabul and Kandahar) may be limited for some time. Afghanistan's telephone system is being standardised to 2-digit area codes and 6-digit subscriber numbers (excluding trunk prefix and country code). Former 1-digit area codes are converted to 2-digit codes. Kabul is to be assigned area codes 20 through 25, although it was unclear which area codes would be assigned from existing subscriber numbers under Kabul's previous area code 2. The new numbering plan includes 4-digit short codes of the form 1xxx. Reference: numbering document available through ITU (January 2001).
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Extractions: Caribbean Islands Caribbean Islands Britain's experiments in federation in its West Indian colonies had long been frustrated by regional insularity and parochialism. Regional cooperation increased during World War II, however, owing to the threat of a common outside enemy. The Anglo-American Caribbean Commission, established in 1942, played an important role in further regional integration efforts. The Second West India Conference in 1946 also was considered a landmark in international and regional cooperation because it provided the dependent territories their first opportunity to participate in a multilateral meeting aimed at forging joint policies with Britain and the United States. Because of decolonization plans, Britain placed renewed emphasis on political and economic federation in the postwar era (see Political Independence, ch.1). Its resources drained by the war, Britain began promoting self-government within the Commonwealth in general, a long process that involved gradually granting the West Indian islands autonomy and then independence. The formulas of federation and associated statehood (see Glossary) were ways of solving the British problem of establishing a system that maintained regional order after independence. Nevertheless, the small size of the British West Indian islands and their populations, their lack of resources, and their dependence on outside markets made the decolonization process especially difficult.