Cape Verde Islands

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Noun1.Cape Verde Islands - a group of islands in the Atlantic off of the coast of Senegal
Cape Verde, Republic of Cape Verde - an island country in the Atlantic off the coast of Senegal
Sao Tiago Island - largest of the Cape Verde Islands in the Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic, Atlantic Ocean - the 2nd largest ocean; separates North and South America on the west from Europe and Africa on the east
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Long considered a no-go area by Lisbon residents, Cova da Moura is a warren of small streets where Cape Verdeans make up two-thirds of the 6,000 residents.
Our hypothesis was supported: self-identified Hispanic/Latina(o)s were significantly less likely to complete the NIH race item as compared to self-identified African-Americans (p < .001), Blacks [fi < .001), Cape Verdeans [p = .008), and Whites (p = .006).
As well as the barefoot diva, Cesaria Evora, a plethora of younger Lisbon-born Cape Verdeans - for example Sara Tavares, Lura and Carmen Souza - were among the women that had come to world attention, but somehow we had missed the contribution that the guitarist and singer-songwriter Manuel Lopes Andrade, a.k.a.
Sparse rain and few natural resources historically have induced Cape Verdeans to emigrate.
I believe it honors the hard work of all Cape Verdeans who, together, have brought the nation to where it stands today," Pires said in a statement distributed by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.
I believe it honours the hard work of all Cape Verdeans who, together, have brought the nation to where it stands today.
First of all, we identified the more complex nature of the racial and social composition of the GB ruling political class; that it was not merely if a question of Cape Verdeans and Africans, but rather of Cape Verdeans, other mulattos, urban class Africans from the colonial period (assimilados), and rural or urban proletariat Africans.
About half a million Cape Verdeans live in the US - largely in the northeastern New England states - roughly equal to the total population still living on the islands.
Rocha has been to Cuba twice, including 1983 visit that featured a talk with Fidel Castro and a trip to Isla de la Juventud, where 1,000 Cape Verdeans have studied over the years.
Many of the dead are her countrymen, fellow Cape Verdeans who long ago waded their tiny archipelago for the big cities of New England.
Perhaps the best example that can be offered to illustrate this sense of connectedness in relation to Cape Verdeans is the Smithsonian's 1995 Festival of American Folklife.