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inhabitant or native of Trinidad

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First, Scher could have been more explicit and detailed in his treatment of both the admittedly complex and interrelated dynamics of Trinidadian transnationalism at home and abroad and the transnationalism of pan-Caribbean identity abroad.
Edwards, signed in 2000 from Trinidadian side Defence Force, added: 'I'd like to thank people like Joey Jones, Brian Flynn and Kevin Reeves for giving me my chance in English football.
The news of a second vicious murder -- this time of a black woman by two Trinidadian brothers -- and Cedric's ever menacing and irrational behavior cause Rosa to make a pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima in the impoverished village of Laventille.
Trinidadian Ataulla Guerra, meanwhile, found himself on the scoresheet in the first half at MUSC Health Stadium in Charleston but it was not enough to save the Battery from a 2-1 defeat to Louisville City FC.
The 27-year-old Trinidadian is out of contract at the end of May and can speak to interested clubs next month.
Against this setting is a love story between a young British girl, Virginia, and a biracial Trinidadian boy, Carlos, who grew up under the same roof and under the warped parenting of Peter Gardner, a morally challenged and racist British doctor who is Virginia's biological father.
BIG Trinidadian striker Kenwynne Jones scored a hat-trick in 20 minutes to prove to Harry Redknapp there is life after Premiership relegation.
The Trinidadian wingback, out until January with knee ligament damage, had been expected to leave the Racecourse on a Bosman free when his current deal runs out at the end of this season.
Also at Wrexham Carlos Edwards's wife Theressa is regularly at the Racecourse to give her support to the Trinidadian international.
Dundee United manager Ian McCall, who splashed out pounds 100,000 to sign the Trinidadian attacker last summer, was considering allowing him to move to the First Division for a 12-month spell.
BWIA (formerly British West Indies Airways), inaugurated its Havana service in June, carrying 72 Trinidadian business executives on a trade mission to Cuba (see related story, page 11).
The novel focuses on the experiences of Trinidadian immigrant Sara Edgehill, who has come to the United States in order to attend a small Catholic college from which she received a scholarship.
The Trinidadian, who had to sit out last year's world championships with a leg injury, showed he was back on track by easily winning the 100m in 10.00seconds and following that with 20.26 in the 200m.
TRINIDADIAN Clint Marcelle has launched a scathing attack on immigration officials following the collapse of his transfer to West Brom.
The Trinidadian sprint ace said: "When the first rash of positives came along I thought it was in the supplements