Caribbean Island

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Noun1.Caribbean Island - an island in the Caribbean SeaCaribbean Island - an island in the Caribbean Sea  
Caribbean, Caribbean Sea - an arm of the Atlantic Ocean between North and South America; the origin of the Gulf stream
island - a land mass (smaller than a continent) that is surrounded by water
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NEW YORK, May 7, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On Saturday, May 9, 2015, the French Caribbean island of Martinique will host the regional summit, Caribbean Climate 2015 [www.
Why not hop across the pond to the Caribbean island of St Vincent, above, for a five-star all-inclusive stay at Buccament Bay Resort, home to Pat Cash's Tennis Academy.
Montserrat - - Caribbean island - - population 5,164.
Conservation of Caribbean island herpetofaunas; 2v.
Summary: Six men have been charged with the rape of two British women on the Caribbean island of St Lucia.
The Organisation of American States (OAS) has voted to readmit Cuba to the organisation, paving the way for the Caribbean island to return after its expulsion 47 years ago.
Catherine Mullany, formerly Bowen, was shot in the head in a suspected robbery at the luxury Cocos Hotel in the south-west of the Caribbean island.
This gave us an opportunity to organize a symposium on the impact of DNA data on evolutionary studies of Caribbean Island plants.
When civil rights attorney Jean Souza is finally blessed by her mother's visit to her home in San Francisco, she discovers the real reason behind the monster-sized luggage count her mother has been booted out of Godwyn, the ancestral family home on the fictional Caribbean island of Boabique.
Castries -- Archbishop Kelvin Felix, head of the Catholic Church on this small Caribbean island, was attacked by a knife-wielding assailant April 12, 2006, as he was leaving his cathedral in the capital Castries.
Not just because nearly 3 million tourists arrive here each year, but because some of the more recent visitors have been major foreign investors intent on coming to stay on the Caribbean island.

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