Anguilla


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  • noun

Synonyms for Anguilla

a British colony in the West Indies

type genus of the Anguillidae: eels

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344-345-346 Rose Hill in Shoal Bay: Located along the northern edge of Anguilla, the property is situated on 2.
Nigel Hailey, the leader of the trip, said: "This was an opportunity for UK Scouts to meet, work and play alongside scouts from Anguilla, St Kitts and Antigua.
Embraced by unrivalled white beaches and breathtaking turquoise seas, Anguilla is casual and easy, a unique blend of high style and low-key elegance, and the best of the good life set to a slow and casual island tempo.
Ashwin Kamlani, the company president, said, 'We are thrilled about adding Anguilla to our portfolio of Caribbean destinations.
The return leg of the tie will be played in mainland America because the island of Anguilla, which is only four miles wide, does not have a suitable pitch to play the match on.
Back then there were less than 5,000 people living on Anguilla.
Our brand-spanking-new luxury yacht, called Dakota, belonged to the Malliouhana Hotel, a Moorish-style complex perched on top of a panoramic bluff overlooking Meads Bay in Anguilla.
Our brand-spanking new luxury yacht, called Dakota, belonged to the Malliouhana Hotel, a Moorish-style resort perched on top of a panoramic bluff overlooking Meads Bay in Anguilla.
Allegedly included in some shipments were Anguilla eels, also a prohibited species under California law.
ANGUILLA, British West Indies-Award-winning chef Paul Bocuse will lead a master class for a select group of students from Johnson & Wales University's College of Culinary Arts at the Cuisinart Resort & Spa here.
The order, which went into effect in January, applies to Anguilla, the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands, Montserrat, and the Turks and Caicos.
The lizards clung for life to a mat of uprooted trees for some 320 kilometers (200 miles), until one month later they washed up on the island of Anguilla (an-GWI-luh).
At least 15 green iguanas appeared on the Caribbean island of Anguilla several weeks after Hurricane Luis and then Hurricane Marilyn thrashed by in September 1995, reports Ellen J.
PHOENIX -- Second graph, first sentence of release dated November 15, 2012, should read: Anguilla Animal Rescue Foundation (AARF), a 100% volunteer shelter located in the only veterinary clinic on the Caribbean island of Anguilla 140 miles from Puerto Rico, is a beneficiary of this program (sted Anguilla Animal Rescue Foundation (AARF), a 100% volunteer shelter located in the only veterinary clinic on the Caribbean island of Anguilla 140 miles from Puerto Rico, is a benefactor of this program).
Compilation Album Sounds of Anguilla (Volume 1) Includes Legendary Anguillian Artist Bankie Banx, Rising Vocalists Natalie, Amalia Watty and Wildly Popular Reggae Band True Intentions Album Available Now on iTunes and in Stores Everywhere September 18th