French Guianese


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Related to French Guianese: Guyane francaise

French Guianese

or

French Guianan

adj
(Placename) of or relating to French Guiana or its inhabitants
n
1. (Placename) a native or inhabitant of French Guiana
2. (Peoples) a native or inhabitant of French Guiana
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After looking up to established names like Tyson and Jones, Delannon made fellow French Guianese boxer Jacobin Yoma as his source of inspiration.
Sociologically, by using the term, "young urban Maroons are able to construct two categories of Maroons, one characterized by features such as urban, modern, pan-ethnic and the other by the opposite features (rural, traditional, ethnic), as well as foreground and align with the former and play down and minimize the latter in the French Guianese context" (p.
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.
(It's called Latin America because Spanish was derived from ancient Latin.) A few exceptions exist: Brazilians speak Portuguese; Belize's and Guyana's national language is English; Dutch is the official language of Suriname; and French Guianese speak French.
On Monday (16 December), officials detained a French Guianese woman after 5.5 kilograms of cocaine was allegedly discovered in her suitcase as she was preparing to board a flight to the Netherlands.
The nucleotide sequence downstream from the NS5 stop codon in the 3' noncoding region of the YF virus was deleted in the French Guianese strain, as in several South American YF viruses (9).
See the evolution of what it means to be "French Guianese" and/or "Creole" in French Guiana (Hidair 2008, Migge & Leglise 2013).