Lesser Antilles

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Synonyms for Lesser Antilles

a group of islands in the southeastern West Indies

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There, at the culmination of a battle between the dominant tribes of the Cabres and the Caribbees, the Cabres set to devouring the prisoners of the defeated Carib tribe, while "sparing the life of one Caribbee, whom they forced to climb a tree to witness this barbarous spectacle, and carry back the tidings to the vanquished" (5:209).
But while those earlier productions had a fiery conviction that matched O'Neill's, making their radical revamping feel like legitimate reinvention, Maxwell took a more detached approach to Bound East fir Cardiff The Moon of the Caribbees and The Long Voyage Home.
Hotspots for teen drinking in Consett include Thornfield Road, The Grove, Caribbees Plantation, Delves Lane, and Riverside Industrial Estate in Langley Park.
In 1793, Bryan Edwards, a supporter of the slave trade, ascribed "unnatural cruelty" to the ancient Caribbees, mulattoes and Negroes:
Vere Langford Oliver, The History of the Island of Antigua, One of the Leeward Caribbees in the West Indies, from the Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, vol.
O'Neill's portraits of blacks also appear in Thirst (1914), a collection of five one-act plays, The Moon of the Caribbees (1918), The Dreamy Kid (1919), and All God's Chillun Got Wings (1924).
Paton, Edward Agnew 1888 Down the Islands: A Voyage in the Caribbees, London, Keegan Paul, Trench and Co.
The development is being undertaken by Caribbees Ltd.
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