Bermudas


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  • noun

Synonyms for Bermudas

a group of islands in the Atlantic off the Carolina coast

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Bermudas being the national clothes of his country, Singleton felt it was the proper way to represent Bermuda.
Reared in Bermuda, attended high school in Scotland, went to college in North Carolina, lives in Tokyo and just spent 2 1/2 months of rehab in Australia.
His father, Derek, was a tennis pro in Bermuda who competed internationally for Northern Ireland in tennis, badminton and fencing, and later for Bermuda in rugby and tennis.
He kept at it while in Scotland and later back in Bermuda with a team with an international association.
Of course, there are more than 1 billion people in India (and zero ski lifts) and just over 62,000 in Bermuda.
Patrick Singleton, who was reared in Bermuda, finished the luge men's singles run 37th out of 48 competitors.
HAMILTON, Bermuda, July 14, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Bermuda Government today released the 2014 report " Bermuda in the World Economy.
The study focused on the role that Bermuda plays in the world economy as a leading supplier of insurance and financial services, an innovative financial center, and a provider of key transport services to the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Richards JP MP said, "This analysis will heighten awareness of the substantial role Bermuda plays in the support of global commerce.
It also explains how Bermuda competed in the world economy during the 2008-2013 global financial crisis and expanded support of international financial investment in aircraft, insurance, and shipping, particularly for the United States, Ireland and the United Kingdom.
During the 5 year period, major economies increased their investment into Bermuda financial markets significantly, financing wide body commercial jets, the world's energy tanker fleets, and catastrophic loss risk management.