from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A country of the southeast West Indies in the Atlantic Ocean off northeast Venezuela. It comprises the islands of Trinidad and Tobago, which were formally united as a British colony in 1898 and became independent in 1962. Port of Spain, on Trinidad, is the capital. Population: 1,060,000.
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- proper n. A country in the Caribbean. Official name: Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
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- n. an island republic in the West Indies off the northeastern coast of Venezuela; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1962
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The provisional suspension of some constitutional guarantees came in response to a spate of murders blamed on the drug trade and turf wars over smuggling routes through Trinidad and Tobago, which is a trans-shipment point for South American cocaine headed to Europe and the United States.
The fourth is from Trinidad and Tobago, which is just north of that, by the way.
Oscar Ramjeet is an attorney at law who practices extensively throughout the Oil-rich Trinidad and Tobago, which is now gearing for next month's elections, will spend no less than a quarter of a billion dollars - $250,000,000.
In September, Canadian Superior lent Challenger $14 million to finance its 25 per cent share of the asset off Trinidad and Tobago, which is believed to contain up to five trillion cubic feet of natural gas.
President Chávez strongly advocated that Cuba be included in the Summit of the Americas in Trinidad and Tobago, which is scheduled for April 17th.
A helicopter, attached to the Special Anti-Crime Unit of Trinidad and Tobago, which is outfitted with a powerful search light hovered overhead while Coast Guard vessels from its Special Naval Unit were dispatched to search the area.
Palo Alto has questioned Canadian Superior's plans to sell its 45 per cent interest in a major natural gas field off Trinidad and Tobago, which is believed to contain as much as five trillion cubic feet of natural gas.
"What we can do is to raise our voices politically," said Prime Minister Patrick Manning of Trinidad and Tobago, which is hosting the biennial meeting.
Fiji was among several countries such as Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Mauritius, Suriname and South Africa which received Indian immigrants in the 19th century.
Authorities last imposed a state of emergency in Trinidad and Tobago in July 1990 when members of a local extremist Muslim group, Jamaat al Muslimeen, attempted a coup.