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Martinique

Line breaks: Mar|ti¦nique
Pronunciation: /ˌmɑːtɪˈniːk
 
, maʀtinik/

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Martiniquan

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(also Martinican) noun& adjective
Example sentences
  • Relatives were expecting them home by late Saturday night but reports from the Martiniquan authorities indicate that the two left the island about midnight on Saturday, under foggy conditions.
  • Since then the Marine Police have been searching the seas with the help of Martiniquan authorities.
  • She may have survived the revolution (she was married to a nobleman at that stage, of course), but a few years ago Martinican radicals knocked the head off a statue of her and hid it.

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