British Guiana

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Synonyms for British Guiana

a republic in northeastern South America

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Like Hulan Jack, Gladwin was born in British Guyana in 1903.
Watching Percy, who had left British Guyana in his teens for America, was fascinating.
At the age of thirty-eight, Harris left what was at that time British Guyana to go to London.
Implementation of a manual on site water level monitoring system for different rivers in British Guyana.
In the required rotational staffing of Embassy operations, Audrey worked in British Guyana, South America; Valencia, Spain; Geneva, Switzerland; Guayaquil, Ecuador; Brussels, Belgium; Ottawa, Canada; Ciudad, Mexico; and Bridgetown, Barbados.
Born in British Guyana, Watson was brought to Glasgow where his father provided well for his education.
RH Carr is believed to be the last vessel built by J Crichton and Co in 1927 at their Saltney yard in Flintshire but now resides in British Guyana.
The daughter of a Yorkshire businessman and a jewellery designer from British Guyana, she spent her childhood moving from Africa to Greece, and on to Canada, Australia and the Middle East.
Sculptor Hew Locke uses imagery associated with the Royal family to evaluate his experience of growing up in British Guyana - where at school an image of the Queen's head appeared on the front of every exercise book and was not allowed to be defaced by children.
Stafford Crown Court heard yesterday how Mr Dodson, who was born in British Guyana, died in the early hours of August 19, 1999 at a flat in Catford, south east London.
The defender, born in British Guyana in 1857, was the illegitimate son of a wealthy Scots trader and starred for Queen's Park, then the biggest club side in the world.
At this time, the firm was mainly involved with sugar production in British Guyana.
Like most colonial enterprises, British Guyana was originally settled by several different racial and ethnic groups whose descendants were positioned, upon independence, to forge a new nation in the face of internal dissension and external interference.
Army during World War II, having been stationed in Puerto Rico and British Guyana.
Born in British Guyana to a Scottish father in 1857.
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