Guianese

Guianese

(ˌɡaɪəˈniːz; ˌɡɪə-) or

Guianan

adj
(Placename) of or relating to the South American region of Guiana or its inhabitants
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Guiana
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Their disadvantaged backgrounds as single women, peasants, or even prostitutes in India and the patriarchal nature of the British Guianese plantations along with their small population size stymied rather than supported leadership roles.
SLM wants to connect French Guianese to its network of destinations since market research confirms that many from the neighboring European Union territory travel by land to Paramaribo to take advantage of SLM's competitive airfares to Miami and elsewhere.
Moore, Nevisian Cyril Briggs, and Dutch Guianese Otto Huiswoud held privileged positions in the Caribbean but found themselves raced in New York.
Jan Shineboume's novel is about an Indo-Muslim British Guianese, Albert Aziz, who falls in love with a Chinese girl, Alice Wong.
Beginning and ending with the poignant story of Emanuel Fairbain, a Guianese man tortured by colonial authorities, Palmer's study centres around Cheddi Jagan and his efforts to bring about the colony's independence between 1953 and 1964.
2001), about 100 km distant from the Atlantic coast where most of the Guianese population is concentrated.
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I looked through my notebook and found the first stanzas of the poem I had copied from a library book in Martinique earlier that week, written by the Guianese poet LeonGontran Damas.
Tituba's hairy beast could also be related to the Guianese "kenaimas" and the West African Ashanti evil spirits "supposedly covered with long hair, with bloodshot eyes .
In 1953 Governor Savage noted, "The European Guianese have not yet recovered from the shock of the elections but they are not prepared to enter politics and indeed anti-white feeling is growing, fed by propaganda, and soon no white candidate will stand a chance of being elected.
Although both towns have a church of each denomination, it appears that Catholicism takes a slightly more privileged role in the life of Guianese Hmong, which is to be expected given its predominance in French society and the role that Father Bertrais played in the resettlement of Hmong in French Guiana.
On Monday (16 December), officials detained a French Guianese woman after 5.