Definitions

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  • adjective Alternative spelling of Martinican.
  • noun Alternative spelling of Martinican.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • There's plenty to do out of Le François, from half-day fishing charters for tuna, sailfish and monster blue marlin to kite surfing and catamaran tours to the white sand shoals where Martiniquan Joséphine de Beauharnais, the first wife of Napoléon Bonaparte, is said with scant evidence to have bathed.

    Take Monday Off: Martinique

  • The Martiniquan poet, novelist, playwright and former mayor of Fort de France and member of French parliament was the last living member of the Cesaire-Damas-Senghor trio credited for inspiring the international Negritude movement.

    EU

  • The Martiniquan poet, novelist, playwright and former mayor of Fort de France and member of French parliament was the last living member of the Cesaire-Damas-Senghor trio credited for inspiring the international Negritude movement.

    Political history

  • The Martiniquan poet, novelist, playwright and former mayor of Fort de France and member of French parliament was the last living member of the Cesaire-Damas-Senghor trio credited for inspiring the international Negritude movement.

    Africa/americas/both

  • The Martiniquan poet, novelist, playwright and former mayor of Fort de France and member of French parliament was the last living member of the Cesaire-Damas-Senghor trio credited for inspiring the international Negritude movement.

    Race in europe

  • The Martiniquan poet, novelist, playwright and former mayor of Fort de France and member of French parliament was the last living member of the Cesaire-Damas-Senghor trio credited for inspiring the international Negritude movement.

    Las americas

  • The Martiniquan poet, novelist, playwright and former mayor of Fort de France and member of French parliament was the last living member of the Cesaire-Damas-Senghor trio credited for inspiring the international Negritude movement.

    Slavery world history: 10 May

  • The Martiniquan poet, novelist, playwright and former mayor of Fort de France and member of French parliament was the last living member of the Cesaire-Damas-Senghor trio credited for inspiring the international Negritude movement.

    The Movement

  • The Martiniquan poet, novelist, playwright and former mayor of Fort de France and member of French parliament was the last living member of the Cesaire-Damas-Senghor trio credited for inspiring the international Negritude movement.

    Aime Cesaire, 1913-2008 - Negritude, gender, diaspora

  • The Martiniquan poet, novelist, playwright and former mayor of Fort de France and member of French parliament was the last living member of the Cesaire-Damas-Senghor trio credited for inspiring the international Negritude movement.

    Richfolk poorfolk

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