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  • 1 Saint Lucia — Introduction Saint Lucia Background: The island, with its fine natural harbor at Castries, was contested between England and France throughout the 17th and early 18th centuries (changing possession 14 times); it was finally ceded to the UK in… …

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  • 2 Saint Lucia — Saint Lucia …

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  • 3 Saint Lucia —     Kurzinformation:   Fläche: 616 km2   Einwohner: (2000) 156 000   Hauptstadt: Castries   Amtssprache: Englisch   Nationalfeiertage: 22. 2., 13. 12.   Währung: 1 Ostkarib. Dollar (EC$) = 100 Cents ( …

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  • 4 Saint Lucia — (spr. ßent lußīa), Insel, s. Santa Lucia …

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  • 5 Saint Lucia — Infobox Country native name = Saint Lucia common name = Saint Lucia national motto = The Land, The People, The Light national anthem = Sons and Daughters of Saint Lucia official languages = English demonym = Saint Lucian capital = Castries… …

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  • 6 Saint Lucia — <p></p> <p></p> Introduction ::Saint Lucia <p></p> Background: <p></p> The island, with its fine natural harbor at Castries, was contested between England and France throughout the 17th and early… …

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  • 7 Saint Lucia — Sainte Lucie Pour les articles homonymes, voir Sainte Lucie. Commonwealth of Saint Lucia (en) …

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  • 8 Saint Lucia — noun 1. a country on the island of Saint Lucia; gained independence from Great Britain in 1979 • Syn: ↑St. Lucia • Instance Hypernyms: ↑country, ↑state, ↑land • Member Holonyms: ↑Organization of American States, ↑ …

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  • 9 Saint Lucia — Original name in latin Saint Lucia Name in other language Saint Lucia, Santa Lucia, Santa Lucija, Santa Luia, Santa Luija State code MT Continent/City Europe/Malta longitude 36.04306 latitude 14.21722 altitude 126 Population 3186 Date 2013 08 05 …

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  • 10 Saint Lucia — noun /seɪnt ˈluː.ʃə/ A country in the Caribbean. Official name: Saint Lucia …

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  • 11 Saint Lucia — Admin ASC 1 Code Orig. name Saint Lucia Country and Admin Code MT.51 MT …

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  • 12 Saint Lucia — Saint Lu|cia Saint Lu|cia …

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  • 13 Saint Lucia — VER Santa Lucía …

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  • 14 Saint Lucia — geographical name island British West Indies in the Windwards S of Martinique; an independent member of the Commonwealth of Nations since 1979 capital Castries area 238 square miles (616 square kilometers), population 148,183 …

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  • 15 Saint Lucia — n. island country located in the West Indies …

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  • 16 Saint Lucia (disambiguation) — Saint Lucy, a Christian saint known as Santa Lucia in Italian and Santa Lucía in Spanish, has given her name to many places, and things that take their names from those places:People*Saint Lucy, a Christian saint **Saint Lucy s Day, also known as …

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  • 17 Saint Lucia National Emergency Management Organisation — Saint Lucia s National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) is responsible for disaster preparedness and disaster response co ordination.HistoryDisaster Management, though called by numerous names over the years has manifested… …

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  • 18 Saint Lucia–United States relations — Saint Lucia United States relations are bilateral relations between Saint Lucia and the United States. Mary M. Ourisman is the U.S. Ambassador to St. Lucia. History The United States supports the St. Lucian government s efforts to expand its… …

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  • 19 Saint Lucia at the Olympics — Saint Lucia first participated at the Olympic Games in 1996, and has sent athletes to compete in every Summer Olympic Games since then. The nation has never participated in the Winter Olympic Games.As of 2008, no athlete from Saint Lucia has ever …

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  • 20 Saint Lucia at the 2006 Commonwealth Games — Saint Lucia was represented at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. Medals Saint Lucia at the Commonwealth Games …

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