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  • proper n. A tiny uninhabited Caribbean island.

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  • Santos would send some of his earnings back to the city of Volta Redonda, Brazil, where his family lived.

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  • The La Redonda and Freixenet wineries both give tours and tastings.

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  • Area: 442.6 square km of land (Antigua 280 sq km; Barbuda 161 sq km, Redonda, 1.6 sq km) arable land: 18.18% permanent crops: 4.55% other: 77.27% (2005)

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  • These are essentially five-day sessions which involve five to six hours of digging in the late Triassic Redonda Formation at a site approximately 45 minutes out of town followed by two to three hours of prep work and 'class time' in which the participants learn the basics of paleo.

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  • Area: total: 442.6 sq km (Antigua 280 sq km; Barbuda 161 sq km) land: 442.6 sq km water: 0 sq km note: includes Redonda, 1.6 sq km

    Antigua and Barbuda

  • Antigua and Barbudatotal: 442.6 sq km (Antigua 280 sq km; Barbuda 161 sq km) land: 442.6 sq km water: 0 sq km note: includes Redonda, 1.6 sq km

    Area

  • It consists of the island of Antigua (108 sq mi/280 sq km) and two smaller islands, Barbuda and Redonda.

    Antigua and Barbuda

  • I forgot to mention that the Brazilian sceptics 'organisation STR (Sociedade da Terra Redonda/Round Earth Society) is actively on the case over Wightman's attempts to sell Chatnannies ( "Babás de Bate-papo") to the Brazilian market via the prestigious computer security company IPDI.

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  • The Redonda and Alta Vela phosphates consist chiefly of phosphate of alumina.

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  • Red-coloured ash generally points to the adulteration of the guano with some mineral substance containing iron -- such, _e. g._, as Redonda phosphate, a mineral phosphate of iron and alumina.

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