Saint-Barthélemy


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Saint-Bar·thél·e·my

 (săN-bär-tāl-mē′) or Saint Bar·thol·o·mew (sānt bär-thŏl′ə-myo͞o′) Familiarly known as Saint Barts (bärts)
An island of the French West Indies in the Leeward Islands north of Saint Kitts.
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Saint-Barthélemy

(sɛ̃barteɪleɪmɪ)
n
(Placename) an island in the E Caribbean, in the Leeward Islands, belonging to France (as a dependency of Guadeloupe until 2007, then as a separate French Overseas Collectivity). Capital: Gustavia. Pop: 6852 (1999 census). Area: 21 sq km (8.1 sq miles)
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