Saint Lucia

NOUN
  1. a country on the island of Saint Lucia; gained independence from Great Britain in 1979
  2. a volcanic island in the Windward Isles to the south of Martinique
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  • One is the Saint Lucia racer, perhaps the rarest snake in the world, and the other is the worm snake, one of the smallest, measuring less than six inches long.
  • They also recall Saint Lucia's checkered colonial past, reminding the visitor that many locals still speak a French patois, even though English is the island's official language.
  • Such riches are not without robbers, and we observed male purple-throats defending their patches, repelling other purple-throats as well as Saint Lucia orioles and Lesser Antillean bullfinches.
  • Fragrant orchids, gum trees, ferns, heliconia and climbing palms provide camouflage for humming birds and the ever-squawking and once nearly extinct Saint Lucian Parrot. Dwight Brown: St. Lucia -- The Shangri-la Caribbean Island
  • Ethnic relations in Saint Lucia are a product of the economic history of the island.
  • Saint Lucia became Taiwan's 25 th diplomatic ally.
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