anguilla

  1. a British colony in the West Indies
  2. type genus of the Anguillidae: eels

Anguilla

Anguilla has become a popular tax haven, having no capital gains, estate, profit or other forms of direct taxation on either individuals or corporations. In April 2011, faced with a mounting deficit, it introduced a 3% `Interim Stabilisation Levy`, Anguilla`s first form of income tax. ==Etymology== The name Anguilla derives from the word for `...
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Anguilla

[n] - a British colony in the West Indies 2. [n] - type genus of the Anguillidae: eels
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Anguilla

noun a British colony in the West Indies
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Anguilla

[Noun] An island in the Caribbean.
Example: I went on holiday to Anguilla last year.
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Anguilla

Anguilla (ăng-gwil'u) , island and British dependency (2005 est. pop. 13,300) 35 sq mi (91 sq km), West Indies, northernmost of the Leeward Islands. The capital is the town of The Valley. The population, which is mainly of African descent, speaks English, the official language. Most Anguil...
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Anguilla

island in the eastern Caribbean Sea, a British overseas territory. It is the most northerly of the Leeward Islands in the Lesser Antilles and lies ... [8 related articles]
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Anguilla

Island in the eastern Caribbean; area 160 sq km/62 sq mi; population (2000 est) 11,800. Anguilla is a popular tourist destination because of its white-coral sand beaches. However, 80% of its coral reef has been lost as a result of tourism (pollution and souvenir sales). Its main e...
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