from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An island country in the western Indian Ocean north of Madagascar. Previously uninhabited, the islands were explored by Vasco da Gama in the early 1500s and colonized by the French in the mid-1700s. They were taken by the British in 1794, and Britain gained permanent control of them in 1814. The Seychelles were a crown colony from 1903 until 1975, when they became self-governing. Independence as a Commonwealth nation was achieved in 1976. Victoria, on Mahé Island, is the capital. Population: 81,900.
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- proper n. Country in East Africa. Official name: Republic of Seychelles.
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- n. a republic on the Seychelles islands; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1976
- n. a group of about 90 islands in the western Indian Ocean to the north of Madagascar
Should it be, "I'm low key like seychelles?" it makes more sense as Seychelles was once a low-key destination? .... but seashells doesn't make sense as a simile ... or am i missing something?
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Action! we need to fight fire with fire, all those countries that is using seychelles waters to provide for there own needs to colaborate If this is true then it is very damaging for the Seychelles as that zone is used for flyfishing which brings in a lot of income for the people working in this industry.
I also once spent three weeks on a secluded island in Seychelles and loved it, but it was only three weeks between two workoholics appointments.
He was then put in Seychelles (Eden), and after Fall brought back to Mount Moriah to till the ground in the place he was taken from.
The Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 Indian Ocean islands about 1,000 miles 1,600 kilometers east of the Kenyan coast.
"If there was a piracy situation gone wrong, the Seychelles are a good place from which to put something overhead," said the senior defense official.
The Seychelles is the smallest African nation by both area (455 km2) and population (82,247).
Aside from land clearance and introduced species, the main conservation concern in the Seychelles is the vulnerability of small populations with restricted ranges.
As shown in the figure to the right, only in Madagascar and the Seychelles is the majority of land still used for agriculture.
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