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  • noun Plural form of Martinican.

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Examples

  • It is indeed with great reverence that Martinicans celebrated the first anniversary of the death of Aimé Césaire, who passed away on April 17th 2008.

    Global Voices in English » Martinique: Celebrating Aimé Césaire

  • (Martinicans cushion the blow by mixing their rum with cane syrup, a squeeze of lime -- a drink they call Ti Punch.)

    From the Demonic to the Delectable

  • This loss of history and the marginalisation some Martinicans feel, as inhabitants of a tiny island on the fringes of the French-speaking world, weighed heavily on his early writing.

    The Guardian World News

  • It's not that he is totally in denial, knowing well the heavy debt of history between 3,000 békés and 400,000 other Martinicans.

    MRZine.org

  • It's not that he is totally in denial, knowing well the heavy debt of history between 3,000 békés and 400,000 other Martinicans.

    MRZine.org

  • It's not that he is totally in denial, knowing well the heavy debt of history between 3,000 békés and 400,000 other Martinicans.

    MRZine.org

  • It's not that he is totally in denial, knowing well the heavy debt of history between 3,000 békés and 400,000 other Martinicans.

    MRZine.org

  • This is controversial among many: When he mentioned this at a social club was hostile, others disagreeing "because Martinicans are already French citizens, they asserted, they cannot be immigrants in France.

    demography.matters.blog

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