Definitions

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  • proper noun Alternative spelling of Suriname.

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Examples

  • Extraordinary Black men in Surinam and Perhaps in the World "(581-82):" By his insinnuating temper and industry this negro not only Obtained his Freedom from a State of Slavery ... but by his Wonderful artifice & ingenuity has found the means of Acquiring a verry Competant Subsistance. "

    Grave Dirt, Dried Toads, and the Blood of a Black Cat: How Aldridge Worked His Charms

  • Here are specimens of the tree frogs that can walk with their backs downwards on the most polished surfaces, and can slightly change their colour; the paradoxical frog from Surinam, which is larger as a tadpole than in its condition of maturity; the Brazilian horned toads; the American bull frogs; and the Brazilian pipa, the female of which deposits its eggs upon the back of the male, who carries them about till they burst from their shells; the repulsive siren of Carolina, which Mr. J.E. Gray likens to an eel with fore-legs; and lastly, here is the blushing proteus, which in its native subterranean caverns is of a pale pink, but when brought to the light of day, deepens into a crimson blush; this is represented by a waxen model.

    How to See the British Museum in Four Visits

  • The trend has not reached some forested parts of Latin America, such as Surinam or Guyana, which also have large tracts of remaining forest.

    R&D Mag - News

  • The trend has not reached some forested parts of Latin America, such as Surinam or Guyana, which also have large tracts of remaining forest.

    D Mag - News

  • The trend has not reached some forested parts of Latin America, such as Surinam or Guyana, which also have large tracts of remaining forest.

    R&D Mag - News

  • The trend has not reached some forested parts of Latin America, such as Surinam or Guyana, which also have large tracts of remaining forest.

    D Mag - News

  • The trend has not reached some forested parts of Latin America, such as Surinam or Guyana, which also have large tracts of remaining forest.

    Environment news, comment and analysis from the Guardian | guardian.co.uk

  • The trend has not reached some forested parts of Latin America, such as Surinam or Guyana, which also have large tracts of remaining forest.

    D Mag - News

  • The trend has not reached some forested parts of Latin America, such as Surinam or Guyana, which also have large tracts of remaining forest.

    Environment news, comment and analysis from the Guardian | guardian.co.uk

  • Tiny nations such as Surinam and Honduras have got a better handle on it and so have large diverse countries like China and Brazil.

    Top Stories - Google News

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