Belizean


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Belizean

(bəˈliːzən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Belize or its inhabitants
n
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Belize
Translations

Belizean

[beˈliːzɪən]
A. ADJbeliceño
B. Nbeliceño/a m/f
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Specifically, logwood and mahogany soon became the cornerstone of an absentee-type system of Belizean enslavement.
Ella's first project in the country was to teach Belizean children how to play chess as part of a program called "Bad Cats," aimed at complementing Ian's program work with struggling high school students.
Improvisation (actual demonstrations by Belizean percussionists, playing the rhythms on the Garifuna drums, the "primera" lead drum and the "segunda" (bass drum and performing their unique individual percussion parts).
The Belizean patrol craft we're aboard vectors in from the east as the morning sun flares over the reef crest, lighting up the turquoise waters here at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Glover's Atoll, about 30 miles from the coast of Belize.
The Words I Speak" is a compilation of poetry from someone who holds themselves as being from two cultures, both Belizean and American.
This revival also has gone hand-in-hand with the emergence on the world-music stage of such prominent Garifuna musicians as Belizean cultural ambassador Andy Palacio (1960-2008), and Aurelio Martinez, who is also the first Garinagu elected to the national congress in Honduras.
This move comes at a critical time for the farmers and the whole Belizean sugar industry, which faces challenges from changes to the EU Sugar Regime, and from Hurricane Dean, which devastated farms in the region in 2007.
VOLUNTEERS Laura Dean and Katie Sogorski have returned to their Northumberland homes after a month of conservation work in the Belizean rainforest.
based Indian Law Resource Center and the Toledo Maya Cultural Council, filed a petition with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (ICHR) arguing that by granting logging and oil concessions on indigenous lands without consulting residents the Belizean government was violating rights guaranteed under the American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man.
The most direct way debt impacts on Belizean consumers is in taxes that have to be raised to pay for debt service.
After a quick refresher on the SA80 assault rifle, I was "tooled up" and set for a dawn attack on a Belizean Defence Force position.