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Carib

A Tatar unit of area approximately equivalent to 1,821 square meters. It was rendered obsolete when the Soviet Union began to use the metric system in 1924.
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In Yurumein, he explains, "after understanding what Carib really mean, I prefer to call myself a Black Kalinago man ...
Three Amerindian groups (Carib, Arawak and Warao) may have intersected with the "Spanish Creole" community at various times.
Setting sail in the four hundredth anniversary year of Columbus' voyage to the West Indies, Stedman markedly avoids historical grand narrative in "The Carib Sea"; while his contemporaries at home (including his colleagues on the New York-based The Century) were busy in 1892 with publishing commemorations of Columbus' expedition and explorations of its history and consequences, (7) Stedman's lyric sequence on the Caribbean for the most part attends not to the actions of states or empires but rather to tales of pirates, buccaneers, and isolated lighthouse-keepers.
This counter-intuitive association between the increasing centrality of slave plantations to the local economies and a decline in the most extreme antiblack stereotyping can be explained by the missionaries' shifting focus from the recalcitrant native Caribs to the enslaved Afro-creole labor force.
In Antigua, islanders have been waiting for an order of 500 cases of Carib for two weeks, said Cleon Benjamin, a warehouse supervisor at A.S.
The victory over the Carib Beer XI also highlighted England's strength in depth with Gareth Batty stepping from the sidelines to claim five for 53, his best figures at this level, while reserve wicketkeeper Geraint Jones hit a determined 66.
England resumed only eight adrift on 121 for three having dismissed the Carib XI, a side made up of West Indies' best emerging cricketers, for 129 on the first day on Friday.
Dominica recently hosted the 7th Annual World Creole Music Festival and while the names of the artistes may not mean too much to the "world at large", their heterogeneity is testimony to the importance of an island which stands at the cross-roads of cultures--African, Carib, English, French.
In Dominica, the CDB is assisting in upgrading roads, buildings and interpretation displays for five ecotourism sites--Hot Soufriere, Freshwater Lake, Morne Diablotin, Middleham Falls and the Carib Territory--and encourage increased visitor flows to the island.
Wolf also directed Katherine Dunham in Carib Song and founded the Professional Training Program of the American Theater Wing, enabling nearly 2000 veterans to study under the G.I.
--outro fator que sobressai na regiao e a presenca marcante das etnias "de fora", ou seja, as minorias etnicas, que interagem com o Estado, sao em sua maioria de chineses, indianos, libaneses, turcos, japoneses, judeus, etc., e nao de falantes das linguas originarias da regiao como o ciboney, arawak, carib, cuna, mosquito, suno, etc.