Jamaica

[n] - a country on the island of Jamaica 2. [n] - an island in the West Indies south of Cuba and west of Haiti
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Jamaica

• (n.) One of the West India is islands.
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Jamaica

[LIRR station] AirTrain JFK: All LIRR services except the Port Washington Branch pass through Jamaica Station. The Main Line westwards leads to Long Island City, Queens and Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan, while the Atlantic Branch diverges along Atlantic Avenue to Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn. The Montauk Branch also serves one daily tr...
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Jamaica

[musical] Jamaica is a musical with a book by Yip Harburg and Fred Saidy, lyrics by Harburg, and music by Harold Arlen. It is set on a small island off the coast of Jamaica, and tells about a simple island community fighting to avoid being overrun by American commercialism. Arlen`s music parodies the popular form of Calypso, which was in vo...
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Jamaica

Click images to enlargeIsland in the Caribbean Sea, south of Cuba and west of Haiti. Government Jamaica is a multiparty democracy, with a presidential executive. Its 1962 constitution follows closely the unwritten British model, with a resident constitutional head of state, the governor general, who represents the British...
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Jamaica

Ja·mai'ca noun One of the West India islands. Jamaica ginger , a variety of ginger, called also white ginger , prepared in Jamaica from the best roots, which are deprived of their epidermis and dried separately. -- Jamaica pepper , allspice. -- Jamaica ro...
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Jamaica

HMS Jamaica was a British cruiser of the Fiji Class of 8000 tons displacement launched in 1940. She carried a complement of 980. Four Admiralty 3-drum type boilers provided a top speed of 31.5 knots. Armaments consisted of nine or twelve 6-inch guns; eight 4-inch anti-aircraft guns; either between 16 and 41 2-pounder pompom guns or 40 mm anti-aircr...
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Jamaica

Island in the Caribbean Sea, south of Cuba and west of Haiti. Government The 1962 constitution follows closely the unwritten British model, with a resident constitutional head of state, the governor...
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Jamaica

island nation of the West Indies. It is the third largest island in the Caribbean Sea, after Cuba and Hispaniola. Jamaica is about 146 miles (235 km) ... [26 related articles]
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Jamaica

Jamaica (jumā'ku) , independent state within the Commonwealth (2005 est. pop. 2,732,000), 4,232 sq mi (10,962 sq km), coextensive with the island of Jamaica, West Indies, S of Cuba and W of Haiti. Jamaica is the largest island in the Caribbean after Cuba and Hispaniola. The capital and lar...
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Jamaica

Jamaica Blue Mountain is, or was, a balanced, classic coffee with rich flavor, full body, and a smoo
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jamaica

One of the West India is islands. Jamaica ginger, a variety of ginger, called also white ginger, prepared in Jamaica from the best roots, which are deprived of their epidermis and dried separately. Jamaica pepper, allspice. ... <botany> Jamaica rose, a West Indian melastomaceous shrub (Blakea trinervis), with showy pink flowers. ... Source: W...
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