Channel Island

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any of a group of British islands in the English Channel off the northern coast of France

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Global Banking News-September 8, 2017--HSBC hires CFO for Channel Islands
Travel Business Review-November 26, 2012--Scotland to Guernsey Flights Offered by Channel Islands Travel Group(C)2012] ENPublishing - http://www.
The Cheshire-based company, owned by joint managing directors Roger and Liz Sutton, is offering Delamere Dairy Channel Island Milk to independent retailers, through Nisa.
In the spring of 1999, 12 Channel Island foxes (Urocyon littoralis clementae) were relocated to mainland institutions.
Global Banking News-October 5, 2016--Credit Suisse names new Channel Islands management
Channel Islands Harbor celebrates the migration of the Pacific Gray Whale with its Annual Celebration of the Whales.
Health warning on tax powers IN response to David R Williams and his comments that Wales should have their own tax raising powers similar to that of the Channel islands (Letters, October 6).
Gama Aviation will have expanded geographic presence and further prospects for growth across Jersey and the Channel Islands after the completion of its acquisition of Aviation Beauport.
Here is an intersection of natural and human activities on and among the Channel Islands which documents the evolution of settlements, patterns of use, the challenges posed by shifting sands, and more.
STEVE WEST raises an interesting question about both the Falkland Islands and the Channel Islands (You Say, March 6).
She will graduate in May among the students known as the first four -- the first class to complete all four years at California State University, Channel Islands.
The five islands in Channel Islands National Park, off the coast of Santa Barbara, California, are a state treasure: Despite such close proximity to heavily populated Southern California, they have remained relatively undeveloped.
Most experienced fraud investigators view the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man [1] as loosely regulated tax havens immune to inquiries from foreign authorities, which make the Islands the choice of criminals to launder their illegal gains.
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