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  • The World Factbook (1982) by the Central Intelligence Agency The Bahamas 1862584The World Factbook (1982) — The Bahamasby the Central Intelligence
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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Bahamas 84969The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Bahamas Baha'mas, a chain of islands belonging to
    828 bytes (136 words) - 12:05, 23 August 2008
  • of Sisal in the Bahamas By John I. Northrop 1196357Popular Science Monthly Volume 38 March 1891 — Cultivation of Sisal in the Bahamas By John I
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  • the New World, and the natural formation of the Bahamas furnished them an excellent hiding place. During the seventeenth century the islands were the
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  • Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume III Bahamas 1968934Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume III — Bahamas : Cy EngUsK Md&f T L A N T I C
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  • Britannica, Volume 3 Bahamas 2898471911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Bahamas BAHAMAS (Lucayos), an archipelago of the British West Indies
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  • laboratory at the Tortugas; six recommend Jamaica; three Porto Rico; two the Gulf Coast; two the Bahamas; the Isle of Pines, Miami, Florida, and the Bermudas
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  • 421840Collier's New Encyclopedia — Abaco ABACO, GREAT and LITTLE, two islands of the Bahamas, West Indies. Combined area about 879 square miles. Pop. about 5,000
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  • 18 July 1973 The Security Council Having examined the application of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas for admission to membership in the United Nations
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  • of the Bahamas was first discovered by Columbus, and it is probable that men will never quite agree. All that can be said positively is that the first
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  • ATWOOD, THOMAS (d. 1793), chief judge of the island of Dominica, and afterwards of the Bahamas, died in the King's Bench prison, at an advanced age, broken
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  • Elevator 599 Cultivation of Sisal in the Bahamas 606 Dr Koch's Method of Treating Consumption 617 The Tyranny of the State 622 Greeting by Gesture II 629
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  • endure the severe winters of Newfoundland, and on 28 Nov. 1843 he was translated to Jamaica, which included British Honduras and the Bahamas. Here he
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  • Colubrina ferruginosa, the redwood of the Bahamas; that of Soymida febrifuga, of which the bark is used in India for fevers. In the United States, Sequoia
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  • economics at Georgetown University. United States ambassador to the Bahamas. President of the Ukranian-American Congress. President Ford–Eastern Europe Advocates
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  • (Syrian Arab Republic) Ms. Elizabeth Gwaunza (Zimbabwe) Mr. Burton Hall (The Bahamas) Mr. Frederik Harhoff (Denmark) Mr. Frank Höpfel (Austria) Ms. Tsvetana
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  • beautiful drawings of the general appearance and the structure of the parts of various coral formations, both from the Bermudas and the Bahamas, with descriptive
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  • Acting Secretary of the Executive and Legislative Councils of Mauritius. In 1885 he was despatched on special service to the Bahamas, and in 1887 was appointed
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  • regarding the appt. of the Duke of Windsor as Governor of the Bahamas. Th Says the Prime Minister was particularly anxious that the P. should have advance
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  • (1888, dissertation) Notes on the Geology of the Bahamas Birds of Andros Island, Bahamas A Naturalist in the Bahamas: John I. Northrop, October 12 1861
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