from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An island of the Netherlands Antilles in the Caribbean Sea off the northern coast of Venezuela.
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- proper n. An island in the southern part of the Caribbean Sea off the west coast of Venezuela, a special municipality of the Netherlands.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a popular island resort in the Netherlands Antilles
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I have been obsessed with Scientology ever since I saw their giant scary ship docked in Bonaire about ten years ago.
Can we call Bonaire being pristine, I wish but sadly untrue?
A: The name Bonaire is basically a changed spelling of the French word bonheur.
We were on the island of Bonaire, which is part of the Netherlands Antilles, right down there next to Curacao.
"He's our brother," said Stanley Amey, a Vietnam veteran living in Bonaire.
Bonaire, which is part of the Netherlands Antilles along with Aruba and Curacao, also offers big opportunities for sport fishing.
RALENDIJK, Bonaire -- It doesn't take many dives to find validation in the words on vehicle license plates that dub Bonaire a "Diver's Paradise."
Bonaire, which is part of the Netherlands Antilles along with Aruba and Curacao, offers big opportunities for diving and sport fishing.
It doesn't take many dives to find validation in the words on vehicle license plates back on land, dubbing Bonaire "Diver's Paradise."
It appears that Republicans at least cut their losses when they opted for Ralston rather than Rep. Larry O'Neal (R-Bonaire).
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