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A self-governing British colony comprising about 300 coral islands in the Atlantic Ocean southeast of Cape Hatteras. The first settlement was made in 1609 by British colonists shipwrecked on their way to Virginia. Tourism and international finance are crucial to its economy. Hamilton, on Bermuda Island, the largest in the archipelago, is the capital.

Ber·mu′di·an, Ber·mu′dan adj. & n.
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Noun1.Bermudan - a native or inhabitant of Bermuda
Bermuda, Bermudas - a group of islands in the Atlantic off the Carolina coast; British colony; a popular resort
North American - a native or inhabitant of North America
Adj.1.Bermudan - of or relating to or characteristic of Bermuda or its inhabitantsBermudan - of or relating to or characteristic of Bermuda or its inhabitants; "Bermudan beaches"
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has assigned a financial strength rating (FSR) of A- (Excellent) and an issuer credit rating (ICR) of "a-" to Hiscox Insurance Company (Bermuda) Limited (Hiscox Bermuda), a newly capitalised Bermudan insurer.
ENGLAND found their way around the biggest obstacle in Bermudan cricket to get into the swing of things before the World Cup with a crushing 241-run warm-up win.
But Bermudan International Lightbourne was on hand to snatch a late equaliser to spare Stoke's blushes when he met a right wing cross from Kevin Keen.
Last week he signed Bermudan striker Kyle Lightbourne for pounds 500,000 from Coventry.
The Bermudan striker insisted he missed a scoring chance because he was zapped by a fan - but Blackpool chiefs hit back, claiming he was distracted by the town's famous illuminations.
But the Bermudan international made no mistake when he curled home a 20-yard free kick.
It was a good thing Vaughan won the toss and batted first as the Bermudan batsmen didn't know how to go about playing the English pace attack.
The Bermudan international, who scored a brace in his side's win at Chesterfield last weekend, headed firmly home just after the break to level the scores.
Just 11 minutes later the Bermudan international made the most of a slick Colin Cramb reverse-pass plant a low shot past keeper Roy Carroll.
A late equaliser by Bermudan international Lightbourne kept alive WALSALL'S slender promotion hopes as York were held 1-1.
The two main arguments used by Fitch would seem to be the risk of subsequent reprovisioning needs in the accounts of the US and Bermudan subsidiaries of SCOR as well as erosion in its business position with clients.
But the Bermudan International worked his socks off, also winning several important defensive headers at crucial times.