Tobagonian


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a native or inhabitant of the island of Tobago in the West Indies

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After catching my quizzical look, he shot another one of those Tobagonian knowing smiles.
On the radio we heard songs from Tobagonian artists jostling for position ahead of the carnival just like British singers battle it out for the Christmas number one.
Above all, I learned that Tobagonians have the personality to match their island's warm climate.
The rise in real estate activities, growth in the automobile sector and rising healthcare expenditure supported the growth of the Trinidad and Tobagonian insurance industry over the review period
A thriving rainforest, and turtles laying their eggs on a beach, are among the characters in this story that, like the Tobagonians, live on their own terms, with little concern for things like achievement or time, and with scant regard for the rules created in world ordered by men.
Younger Tobagonian adolescents had lower mean systolic blood pressure but older adolescents had higher systolic blood pressure than their U.
The warmth and the smile is always on show, as is the attentive service which makes you feel part of their Tobagonian family - and that, as the saying goes, is priceless.
The language she speaks [the Tobagonian "dialect"] expresses her essential self.
The Black Caribbean count derived from the 1996 Census includes the following responses provided as write-ins to the ethnic origin/ancestry question: Barbadian, Guyanese, Haitian, Jamaican, Trinidadian/ Tobagonian, West Indian, and Other Caribbean not elsewhere included.
The census ancestry codes 300 through 359 for the West Indies include major ethnic groups of Bahamian, Barbadian, Belizean, Bermudian, Cayman Islander, Jamaican, Dutch West Indian, Trinidadian, Tobagonian, U.
The one-week art extravaganza runs February 15 through 23 and features the work of Tobagonian artists who specialize in the performing arts, photography, crafts and sand sculptures.
Linguistic features investigated include future markers in Sranan, relative clauses in Standard Jamaican English, negation in Bequia, various morpho-syntactic features representing Jamaican creolisms, the Tobagonian repertoire, and Eastern Maroon lectal variation in French Guiana.