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- n. A person from Grenada or of Grenadian descent.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Grenada, the Grenadian people or the Grenadian language.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. of or pertaining to Grenada.
- adj. of or pertaining to the inhabitants of Grenada.
- n. a native or inhabitant of Grenada.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Grenada or its inhabitants
- n. a native or inhabitant of Grenada
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They saw Gairy as a house slave kind of Grenadian, who was not worthy enough to be the first prime minister of a former British colony.
Yes, we have integrated the foods of the many different cultures that have graced our shores into our own unique style considered "Grenadian" or "Trinidadian" or "Guyanese" cuisine, but how many of these cuisines really "cross-over" with each other?
Britain was resolutely opposed but the files show that at least one senior diplomat was relaxed about the idea: It must also be said, in fairness, that the Grenadian proposal is no more ridiculous than many other proposals before the UN.
The Grenadian set a new national record of 44.36sec with Rooney finishing in 45.63sec.
At Crossroads, for example, the bill features Alison Hinds, the Barbadian "Queen of Soca"; reigning Soca Monarchs JW & Blaze, who took the title at Trinidad's Carnival this year with the infectious hit "Palance"; Grenadian soca star Tallpree; and the Caribbean Traffik Jam band.
At Crossroads, for example, the Canival City bill features Alison Hinds, the Barbadian "Queen of Soca"; reigning Soca Monarchs JW & Blaze, who took the title at Trinidad's Carnival this year with the infectious hit "Palance"; Grenadian soca star Tallpree; and the Caribbean Traffik Jam band.
The US supposedly put Coard in jail along his "henchmen" and set up an interim government with handpicked Grenadians to stage a "democratic" election, including the "most likely Grenadian, Herbert Augustus Blaize, to lead Grenada back to a democracy."
My search for answers about Grenadian politics that had before been easily answered, now received shrugs and leavings.
The seond is proven by Grenadian government documents, published later by that bastion of conservatism, the US State Department.
Nationality: noun: Grenadian (s) adjective: Grenadian