from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- See Saint Martin.
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- n. an island in the western Leeward Islands; administered jointly by France and the Netherlands
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Telecommunications: more than adequate; telephone density - 1,100 telephones per 1,000 persons; extensive interisland microwave radio relay links; 72,168 telephones; broadcast stations - 4 AM, 4 FM, 1 TV; 1 submarine cable to Saint Maarten
These include three Varig-branded weekly flights to Punta Cana from Sao Paulo via Caracas, one Varig-branded weekly flight to Aruba from Sao Paulo via Caracas, one weekly Gol-branded flight to Saint Maarten from Sao Paulo via Belem and one weekly Gol-branded flight on a Brasilia-Curacao-Aruba-Curacao-Brasilia triangular routing.
But she was found by Police on Saint Maarten in the Netherlands Antilles, who recognized her from a photo.
A spokesperson said police want to know how she was able to fly to Saint Maarten while under state custody and whether someone accompanied her on her trip.
Youth services filed the emergency request to remove the 14-year old girl from her father's care after she disappeared on Friday and was found two days later on the Caribbean island of Saint Maarten.
Police on the Caribbean island of Saint Maarten recognized Laura Dekker Sunday from a photo, according to a report on Dutch radio.
Caribbean Airlines in BWIA Fleet taking off Saint Maarten.
Philipsburg, Saint Maarten The next stop is Philipsburg, Saint Maarten.
Along with all else, I’ve got a good piece of beach property in Saint Maarten just right for development that’s in her name too, and another piece in California she doesn’t know about yet, even though that’s in her name also.
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