A British colony in the western North Atlantic Ocean about 640 miles east southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. It comprises a group of about 300 islands of which only about 20 are inhabited. It is called also the Bermuda Islands or the Bermudas. It was named for the Spanish explorer Juan Bermudez who visited the islands in 1515. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p140 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p61)
A large family of narrow-leaved herbaceous grasses of the order Cyperales, subclass Commelinidae, class Liliopsida (monocotyledons). Food grains (EDIBLE GRAIN) come from members of this family. RHINITIS, ALLERGIC, SEASONAL can be induced by POLLEN of many of the grasses.
Poisoning caused by ingesting ergotized grain or by the misdirected or excessive use of ergot as a medicine.
Common member of the Gramineae family used as cattle FODDER. It harbors several fungi and other parasites toxic to livestock and people and produces allergenic compounds, especially in its pollen. The most commonly seen varieties are L. perenne, L. multiflorum, and L. rigidum.
I'm sorry for any confusion, but the term "Atlantic Ocean" is a geographical term referring to one of the world's five oceans, covering approximately 20% of the Earth's surface and separating the continents of Europe and Africa to the east from those of North and South America to the west. It doesn't have a direct medical definition, as it is not a medical term.
Substances found in PLANTS that have antigenic activity.

Reduced genetic variation and the success of an invasive species. (1/16)

Despite the severe ecological and economic damage caused by introduced species, factors that allow invaders to become successful often remain elusive. Of invasive taxa, ants are among the most widespread and harmful. Highly invasive ants are often unicolonial, forming supercolonies in which workers and queens mix freely among physically separate nests. By reducing costs associated with territoriality, unicolonial species can attain high worker densities, allowing them to achieve interspecific dominance. Here we examine the behavior and population genetics of the invasive Argentine ant (Linepithema humile) in its native and introduced ranges, and we provide a mechanism to explain its success as an invader. Using microsatellite markers, we show that a population bottleneck has reduced the genetic diversity of introduced populations. This loss is associated with reduced intraspecific aggression among spatially separate nests, and leads to the formation of interspecifically dominant supercolonies. In contrast, native populations are more genetically variable and exhibit pronounced intraspecific aggression. Although reductions in genetic diversity are generally considered detrimental, these findings provide an example of how a genetic bottleneck can lead to widespread ecological success. In addition, these results provide insights into the origin and evolution of unicoloniality, which is often considered a challenge to kin selection theory.  (+info)

Outbreak of Norwalk virus in a Caribbean island resort: application of molecular diagnostics to ascertain the vehicle of infection. (2/16)

In 1998, an outbreak of gastroenteritis affected at least 448 persons including 122 staff at a resort hotel in Bermuda. A survey among staff indicated that gastroenteritis was associated with eating or drinking at the hotel (OR = 60, 95% CI = 2.4-15.1). Multiple specimens of drinking water had elevated faecal coliform levels and Escherichia coli present, suggestive of faecal contamination. Stools from 18 of the 19 persons with gastroenteritis that were tested were positive for genogroup-II Norwalk-like viruses (NLVs). RT-PCR analysis of a 31 specimen of water produced a genogroup-II NLV genome with a sequence identical to that of NLVs in the stools of three ill persons. This outbreak shows the value of new molecular diagnostics to link illness with a contaminated source through the use of sequence analysis. The risk of outbreaks such as these could be reduced in tourism dependent regions like Bermuda and the Caribbean by regular evaluation of data from the inspection and monitoring of drinking water supplies and waste water systems, by ensuring the chlorination of supplemental drinking water supplies and by establishing food-safety initiatives.  (+info)

Interannual variability in the North Atlantic Ocean carbon sink. (3/16)

The North Atlantic is believed to represent the largest ocean sink for atmospheric carbon dioxide in the Northern Hemisphere, yet little is known about its temporal variability. We report an 18-year time series of upper-ocean inorganic carbon observations from the northwestern subtropical North Atlantic near Bermuda that indicates substantial variability in this sink. We deduce that the carbon variability at this site is largely driven by variations in winter mixed-layer depths and by sea surface temperature anomalies. Because these variations tend to occur in a basinwide coordinated pattern associated with the North Atlantic Oscillation, it is plausible that the entire North Atlantic Ocean may vary in concert, resulting in a variability of the strength of the North Atlantic carbon sink of about +/-0.3 petagrams of carbon per year (1 petagram = 10(15) grams) or nearly +/-50%. This extrapolation is supported by basin-wide estimates from atmospheric carbon dioxide inversions.  (+info)

Probable extirpation of a breeding colony of Short-tailed Albatross (Phoebastria albatrus) on Bermuda by Pleistocene sea-level rise. (4/16)

Albatrosses (Diomedeidae) do not occur in the North Atlantic Ocean today except as vagrants, although five species were present in the early Pliocene. No fossil breeding sites of albatrosses were known previously. The timing of extinction of albatrosses in the North Atlantic was likewise unknown. Deposits that formed near present-day sea level along the southeastern shore of Bermuda contain remains of a former breeding colony and include intact eggshells and bones of embryos, juveniles, and adults of Short-tailed Albatross (Phoebastria albatrus), a critically endangered species now confined to a few islets in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. These deposits are correlated with the middle Pleistocene Lower Town Hill Formation, which at other sites have a radiometric age of 405,000 years ago. This equates with the marine isotope stage 11 interglacial, which culminated in a rise in sea-level to >+20 m. Bones of a juvenile Short-tailed Albatross were also found in beach deposits at +21.3 m from this same interglacial. We interpret the extirpation of albatrosses on Bermuda as probably resulting from lack of nesting sites protected from storm surges over the little emergent land that remained at the height of the marine isotope stage 11 sea level rise.  (+info)

Strong relationship between DMS and the solar radiation dose over the global surface ocean. (5/16)

Marine biogenic dimethylsulfide (DMS) is the main natural source of tropospheric sulfur, which may play a key role in cloud formation and albedo over the remote ocean. Through a global data analysis, we found that DMS concentrations are highly positively correlated with the solar radiation dose in the upper mixed layer of the open ocean, irrespective of latitude, plankton biomass, or temperature. This is a necessary condition for the feasibility of a negative feedback in which light-attenuating DMS emissions are in turn driven by the light dose received by the pelagic ecosystem.  (+info)

Introduced delicacy or native species? A natural origin of Bermudian terrapins supported by fossil and genetic data. (6/16)

 (+info)

Amazon River enhances diazotrophy and carbon sequestration in the tropical North Atlantic Ocean. (7/16)

 (+info)

Importance of time and place: patterns in abundance of Symbiodinium clades A and B in the tropical sea anemone Condylactis gigantea. (8/16)

The capacity of some corals and other cnidarians to form symbioses with multiple algae (Symbiodinium) is a candidate route by which these symbioses tolerate variable environmental conditions. On Bermuda, the coral reef dwelling anemone Condylactis gigantea bears Symbiodinium of clades A and B. At thermally variable inshore and nearshore sites, clade A predominates (as sole symbiont or in mixed infection with clade B), whereas animals at offshore sites with more uniform temperatures bear only clade B or mixed infections. Individual animals at one nearshore site monitored over a year by sampling tentacles showed increased prevalence of clade A in March-November, when sea waters were warm (average 26 degrees C), and increased clade B in November-March when cool waters prevailed (average 18.5 degrees C). In laboratory analyses of excised tentacles, the symbiosis with clade B, but not clade A, bleached at elevated temperature (32 degrees C), suggesting that thermal tolerance may contribute to the higher prevalence of clade A at inshore/nearshore sites and in the summer. The temporal changes in the algal complement were not accompanied by bleaching, and Symbiodinium density fluctuated in hosts with stable Symbiodinium composition but not in hosts with variable composition. This suggests that changes in the relative abundance of Symbiodinium clades do not require bleaching and may even protect the symbiosis from large fluctuations in algal density.  (+info)

I'm not aware of any medical definition for the term "Bermuda." The term "Bermuda" is typically used to refer to a group of islands located in the North Atlantic Ocean, or it can be used more generally to refer to something related to those islands. It is not a term that is commonly used in a medical context. If you have encountered this term in a medical context and are seeking clarification, I would recommend checking the source again or consulting with a healthcare professional for further information.

Poaceae is not a medical term but a taxonomic category, specifically the family name for grasses. In a broader sense, you might be asking for a medical context where knowledge of this plant family could be relevant. For instance, certain members of the Poaceae family can cause allergies or negative reactions in some people.

In a medical definition, Poaceae would be defined as:

The family of monocotyledonous plants that includes grasses, bamboo, and sedges. These plants are characterized by narrow leaves with parallel veins, jointed stems (called "nodes" and "internodes"), and flowers arranged in spikelets. Some members of this family are important food sources for humans and animals, such as rice, wheat, corn, barley, oats, and sorghum. Other members can cause negative reactions, like skin irritation or allergies, due to their silica-based defense structures called phytoliths.

Ergotism is a condition that results from the consumption of ergot alkaloids, which are found in ergot fungus that infects grains such as rye. There are two types of ergotism: convulsive and gangrenous. Convulsive ergotism can cause seizures, muscle spasms, vomiting, and mental disturbances. Gangrenous ergotism, on the other hand, can lead to constriction of blood vessels, resulting in dry gangrene of the extremities, which can ultimately require amputation. Ergotism has been known since ancient times and was once a significant public health problem before modern agricultural practices were implemented.

"Lolium" is not a term commonly used in medical definitions. It is actually the genus name for a group of plants that are more commonly known as ryegrasses. These plants belong to the family Poaceae and include several species that are widely used as pasture, hay, or lawn grasses.

While not directly related to human health, these plants can have indirect effects on health, particularly in agricultural settings. For example, certain ryegrass species can host a parasitic nematode called "Haemonchus contortus," which can infect and cause disease in livestock that graze on the grass.

However, without further context, it's challenging to provide a specific medical definition for "Lolium." If you have more information or if this term is being used in a specific medical context, please provide those details so I can give a more accurate response.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but the term "Atlantic Ocean" is a geographical term referring to one of the five oceans on Earth. It doesn't have a medical definition. The Atlantic Ocean is the second largest ocean, covering approximately 20% of the Earth's surface. It stretches from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Southern Ocean (or, alternatively, to the Antarctica region) in the south, and is bounded by the Americas to the west and Europe and Africa to the east.

An antigen is any substance that can stimulate an immune response, leading to the production of antibodies or activation of immune cells. In plants, antigens are typically found on the surface of plant cells and may be derived from various sources such as:

1. Pathogens: Plant pathogens like bacteria, viruses, fungi, and oomycetes have unique molecules on their surfaces that can serve as antigens for the plant's immune system. These antigens are recognized by plant pattern recognition receptors (PRRs) and trigger an immune response.
2. Endogenous proteins: Some plant proteins, when expressed in abnormal locations or quantities, can be recognized as foreign by the plant's immune system and elicit an immune response. These proteins may serve as antigens and are involved in self/non-self recognition.
3. Glycoproteins: Plant cell surface glycoproteins, which contain carbohydrate moieties, can also act as antigens. They play a role in plant-microbe interactions and may be recognized by both the plant's immune system and pathogens.
4. Allergens: Certain plant proteins can cause allergic reactions in humans and animals when ingested or inhaled. These proteins, known as allergens, can also serve as antigens for the human immune system, leading to the production of IgE antibodies and triggering an allergic response.
5. Transgenic proteins: In genetically modified plants, new proteins introduced through genetic engineering may be recognized as foreign by the plant's immune system or even by the human immune system in some cases. These transgenic proteins can serve as antigens and have been a subject of concern in relation to food safety and potential allergies.

Understanding plant antigens is crucial for developing effective strategies for plant disease management, vaccine development, and improving food safety and allergy prevention.

... website of the Government of Bermuda Bermuda Tourism Bermuda Guide Bermuda Parliament Bermuda Chamber of commerce Bermuda's ... Bermuda Index of Bermuda-related articles Notable sporting people of Bermuda Outline of Bermuda Places of interest in Bermuda ... and Bermuda. In 2007, the 16th biennial Marion-Bermuda yacht race occurred. A sport unique to Bermuda is racing the Bermuda ... and protection of Bermuda's maritime interests. The Bermuda Coast Guard will interact with the Bermuda Regiment, Bermuda Police ...
The newspaper is a sister company to bermuda.com, a website dedicated to Bermuda tourism. The last ever issue was published on ... The newspaper won two Best of Bermuda Awards in the June 2012 issue of The Bermudian magazine. Its online module, The Bermuda ... North America portal Journalism portal Lists of newspapers Warren Brown Staff (n.d.). "Contact the Bermuda Sun". Bermuda Sun. ... Bermuda, Newspapers published in Bermuda, Newspapers established in 1964, Publications disestablished in 2014). ...
These "Bermuda Principles" (also known as the "Bermuda Accord") contravened the typical practice in the sciences of making ... The Bermuda Principles set out rules for the rapid and public release of DNA sequence data. The Human Genome Project, a ... At a 1996 summit in Bermuda, leaders of the scientific community agreed on a groundbreaking set of principles requiring that ... 2002 Policies on Release of Human Genomic Sequence Data 2003 Jorge L. Contreras, "Bermuda's Legacy: Policy, Patents and the ...
... - Bermuda Online, history and photographs Bermuda Railway Pages, history and photographs Bermuda Dept. of ... Rail transport in Bermuda, Rail trails, Hiking trails in Bermuda, Standard gauge railways in Bermuda, Bermuda in World War II, ... Pomeroy, Colin A. (1993). The Bermuda Railway - Gone but not forgotten!. Bermuda: Bermuda Press Limited. ISBN 0-9521298-0-9. ... The Bermuda Railway was a 21.7-mile (34.9 km) common carrier line that operated in Bermuda for a brief period (October 31, 1931 ...
... is a public holiday in the islands of Bermuda. It is celebrated on the Friday before the last Monday in May. This ... The Government of Bermuda. Archived from the original on 1 May 2018.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: unfit URL (link) "Bermuda-Day-Book ... The Government of Bermuda. Archived (PDF) from the original on 22 August 2023. Retrieved 22 August 2023. "Bermuda Day - ... "Public Holidays Act 1947" (PDF). Bermuda Laws Online. The Government of Bermuda. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016.{{ ...
"Film Review: Bermuda Tentacles (2014)". HorrorNews.Net. Retrieved 2017-10-19. Bermuda Tentacles at IMDb v t e v t e (Articles ... Bermuda Tentacles is an American made-for-television science fiction comedy-horror film directed by Nick Lyon. It stars Linda ... When Air Force One goes down over the Bermuda Triangle, the Navy sends its best rescue team. A terrible storm forces the ... Bacle, Ariane (11 March 2014). "Linda Hamilton to star in new Syfy movie Bermuda Tentacles". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 13 ...
Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo: Bermuda Skink Project Bermuda Department of Conservation Services page on Bermuda Skink ( ... The Bermuda skink is listed as protected under the 2003 Bermuda Protected Species Act. Chester Zoo is attempting to increase ... The Bermuda skink, longnose skink, or Bermuda rock lizard (Plestiodon longirostris) is a critically endangered species and the ... The Bermuda skink has been listed on the IUCN Red List as critically endangered. It is threatened primarily by habitat ...
The manufacturer considers the current production Bermuda 50 "the modern day evolution of the Bermuda 40". Henry Hinckley had ... Bermuda 40-1 This model was introduced in 1959. It has a length overall of 40.75 ft (12.4 m), a waterline length of 27.83 ft ( ... The Bermuda 40 is an American sailboat that was designed by William Tripp, Jr. in 1958 as a racer-cruiser and first built in ... The Bermuda 40 is a quintessential example of Tripp's art and masterful eye for near-perfect balance. I think it can be safely ...
"Bermuda Mystery". Afi.com. Retrieved 2015-09-30. Bermuda Mystery at IMDb v t e (Articles with short description, Short ... Bermuda Mystery is a 1944 American mystery film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and written by Scott Darling. The film stars ... as Mark Dunham Kane Richmond as Frank Martin Olin Howland as Gas Station Owner List of American films of 1944 "Bermuda Mystery ... B.C. (1944-05-13). "Movie Review - Bermuda Mystery - THE SCREEN; Mystery, It Says". NYTimes.com. Retrieved 2015-09-30. " ...
Bermuda Park was built on land next to Bermuda Village in the mid-2000s. It is a large modern housing estate with some notable ... A trip to Bermuda, by Peter Lee "Part 2". The Secret Life of Rubbish. Season 1. London. 7 December 2012. BBC Four. Bermuda Park ... Bermuda is a suburb of Nuneaton in the English county of Warwickshire. Bermuda was originally a small pit village built in 1893 ... Bermuda contains "Bermuda Park" which has an Odean Cinema, Bowling alley, Soft Play Area, Hotel, KFC, McDonalds, Starbucks, ...
Schools in Bermuda, Secondary schools in Bermuda, Southampton Parish, Bermuda, All stub articles, Bermuda stubs, Seventh-day ... Bermuda Institute History. Bermuda Institute. Retrieved 2009-06-19 Archived 6 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine v t e v t e ( ... Bermuda Institute is a PreK-12 co-educational, Christian school located in Southampton, Bermuda. It is owned and operated by ... As a result, Bermuda Institute, by action of the Mission Biennial Session held May 1967, it has been a K-12 school. As of 2019 ...
1965 Bermuda Militia Artillery Bermuda Volunteer Rifle Corps Bermuda Volunteer Engineers Bermuda Militia Infantry Royal Bermuda ... Military of Bermuda, Bermuda in World War I, Bermuda in World War II, Military units and formations of Bermuda in World War II ... A. for the Bermuda Militia Artillery; V./BER. for the Bermuda Volunteers Rifle Corps; M./BER. S.M. for the Bermuda Submarine ... David's, Bermuda in 2011 The Guard House at Prospect Camp, Devonshire, Bermuda in 2011 Colour party of the Royal Bermuda ...
... was a passenger motor ship that Furness, Withy's Furness Bermuda Line operated between New York and Bermuda from ... Furness, Withy replaced Bermuda with sister ships Queen of Bermuda and Monarch of Bermuda. Metal Industries, Limited bought the ... Bermuda has been referred to as the unluckiest liner ever built or ever to go afloat. Furness, Withy ordered Bermuda in 1926 to ... But she proved so popular that the company kept her on the Bermuda route all year round. On 15 June 1931 Bermuda berthed at the ...
Bermuda is an unincorporated community in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, United States. "Geographic Names Information System ...
The Bermuda killifish (Fundulus bermudae) is a small fish which is endemic to the islands of Bermuda in the western Atlantic ... It was formerly common in fresh and brackish ponds and marshes throughout Bermuda. It has a declined as a result of destruction ... Species Profile of Endemic Bermuda Killifish (Articles with short description, Short description is different from Wikidata, ... Some other populations of Bermuda killifish may also be separate species. Its omnivorous diet includes green algae, molluscs, ...
... may refer to: New Bermuda, Virginia, original name of Thomas Dale's 1613 colonial settlement north of Jamestown, at ... proposed site in Florida for resettlement of Bermuda settlers, mapped out in 1750s by John William Gerard de Brahm New Bermuda ... album), album by Deafheaven 2015 This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title New Bermuda. If an internal ... the junction of the Appomattox and the James New Bermuda, Florida, ...
Geography of Bermuda Bermuda hotspot List of shield volcanoes Vogt, P. R.; Jung, W. Y. (2007). "Origin of the Bermuda volcanoes ... The islands of Bermuda are located on the southeastern margin of the Bermuda Pedestal. The oceanic crust surrounding the ... together forming the Bermuda-New England Seamount Arc) tells us that the Bermuda volcano originally reached 1,000 m (3,300 ft) ... Volcanoes of Bermuda, Polygenetic shield volcanoes, Eocene volcanoes, Eocene North America, All stub articles, Bermuda ...
The Four Seasons, "Bermuda" single release, 45cat.com, Retrieved August 8, 2016. Ray Anthony and His Orchestra, "Bermuda" chart ... The Bell Sisters, "Bermuda" chart position, Musicvf.com, Retrieved August 8, 2016. Strother, Rex (ed.). "'Bermuda' Cover ... "Bermuda" / "June Night" at Discogs (release 1608437). Retrieved May 27, 2022. 1951: RCA Victor - 20-4422; "Bermuda" / "June ... "Bermuda" is a song written by Cynthia Strother and her father Eugene Rex Strother, which was initially performed and released ...
... has had some alterations over time, one of which was the removal of the second floor balcony under the portico. It ... Bermuda Hill, also known as the Liver House, is a historic plantation house in Hale County, Alabama, near Prairieville, Alabama ...
"Butterfield to partner with the PGA Tour for the Butterfield Bermuda Championship" (PDF). Bermuda Championship. Retrieved 28 ... 6.5 million in 2021 as Butterfield Bank joined the Bermuda Tourism Board as co-title sponsors. "Bermuda Championship set to ... The Butterfield Bermuda Championship is a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour that debuted in October/November 2019 as ... The tournament is played at the Port Royal Golf Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones, in Southampton Parish, Bermuda. ...
... at Discogs (list of releases) Bermuda Drain at MusicBrainz (list of releases) Bermuda Drain on Bandcamp v t e ( ... Bermuda Drain is a studio album by the American artist Prurient, the stage name of Dominick Fernow. The album was released on ... About Bermuda Drain's musical style, distinctive feeling and setting, Fernow said: "Upon a recent tour of Europe, I was ... Bermuda Drain was met with "generally favorable" reviews from critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average rating ...
Look up Bermuda or bermuda in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Bermuda, Islands of Bermuda, or The Somers Isles is an Atlantic ... Bermuda, known as HMD Bermuda, the dockyard at the core of the Royal Navy base in Bermuda Bermuda Onion, also known as sweet ... 1699-1720s) Bermuda Beach, a beach on Lake Como, in Galveston County Bermuda Lake, (and Bermuda Dam) a reservoir in Dimmit ... Bermuda Falls Spring, a spring in Gila County Bermuda Dunes, a census-designated place in Riverside County Bermuda Lagoon, a ...
History of Bermuda, Bermuda in World War II, Diplomatic conferences in Bermuda, 1943 conferences, 1943 in Bermuda, The ... "Hopeful Hint Ends Bermuda Sessions", New York Times, April 30, 1943, p. 9. "To 5,000,000 Jews in the Nazi Death-Trap Bermuda ... The Bermuda Conference was an international conference between the United Kingdom and the United States held from April 19 to ... 1] Bermuda Conference from Yad Vashem's Shoa Research Centre The Allies' Refugee Conference--A "Cruel Mockery" by Dr. Rafael ...
... is the name given to two globsters that washed ashore on Bermuda in 1988 and 1997. Originally thought to be the ... Bermuda Blob 2 was found in January 1997. Analysis of samples in 2004 suggests that Bermuda Blob 2 was a large mass of adipose ... Articles with short description, Short description matches Wikidata, Globsters, 1988 in Bermuda, 1997 in Bermuda, Individual ... The first Bermuda Blob was found by Teddy Tucker, a fisherman and treasure hunter, in Mangrove Bay in May 1988. Tucker ...
Bermuda, the story was subsequently published under the chapter heading 'A Bermuda Tournament in 1876' On 15 September 1924. On ... Defunct sports competitions in Bermuda, Defunct tennis tournaments in Bermuda, Grass court tennis tournaments, Recurring ... The Bermuda Tournament was one of earliest known women's grass court tennis event's staged only one time in September 1876. It ... In 1879 the first Bermuda Open Tennis Championships were held. 1876 in Women's tennis All Ireland Lawn Tennis Championships ...
"City of Hamilton (Bermuda)". crwflags.com. "Bermuda's City of Hamilton". bermuda-online.org. "1981-2010 Monthly Stats". Bermuda ... Dame Lois Browne-Evans DBE JP (1927 in Pembroke - 2007) was a lawyer and political figure in Bermuda. She was Bermuda's first ... Bermuda. 2 November 1940. "Welcome to Hamilton, Bermuda". www.cityofhamilton.bm. Retrieved 25 May 2023. Johnston, David Cay; ... "Bermuda's Climatology 1949-1999". Bermuda Weather Service. Archived from the original on 14 December 2018. Retrieved 13 ...
... on cyxdown.free.fr cyxx on github.com Bermuda Syndrome for OpenPandora on openhandhelds.org Bermuda Syndrome ... Soucy, Glenn (1996). "Bermuda Syndrome Review". csoon.com. Retrieved 2007-03-10. Rodman, Adam. "Bermuda Syndrome Review". ... Bermuda Syndrome is a video game developed by Century Interactive for Microsoft Windows and published by BMG Interactive in ... Grave Digger (2003-09-13). "Bermuda Syndrome Review". a-for-adventure.com. Archived from the original on 2006-10-04. Retrieved ...
... is a tribute album and book inspired by John Lennon's visit to Bermuda in 1980, where he wrote a portion of his ... The Lennon Bermuda boxed set comprises two discs by various artists with a connection to Bermuda, including Yoko Ono, covering ... "John Lennon Bermuda". Doublefantasybermuda.com. Retrieved 2013-08-16. "'Lennon Bermuda' John Lennon Book And Double Cd Boxset ... Bermudian Andy Newmark, who played drums on Double Fantasy, features on many of the tracks on Lennon Bermuda by artists ...
... the final Bermuda II agreement largely preserved the liberal capacity provisions of Bermuda I. The Bermuda agreements were ... Wikisource has original text related to this article: Bermuda Agreement The Bermuda Agreement (formally Agreement between the ... The Bermuda Agreement arose in the wake of the Chicago Conference of 1944, where the United States and United Kingdom disagreed ... Bermuda was chosen to host the meeting due to its location between the two countries and isolation from their respective ...
The Bermuda hawk (Bermuteo avivorus) is an extinct bird of prey that was endemic to Bermuda. It was the sole member of the ... The Bermuda hawk inhabited the island of Bermuda where it is recorded in the fossil record. It is thought to account for a ... Birds of Bermuda, Birds described in 2008, Fossil taxa described in 2008, Late Quaternary prehistoric birds, All stub articles ... when Captain John Smith noted that there were only migrant raptors on Bermuda. Its date of extinction is not known but is ...
Featuring Bermudas most trusted business directory, White Pages, events, points of interest, essential local information and ... BermudaYP is your source for all things Bermuda. ... by Keller Williams Bermuda , Agent Name: Frederica Forth. Email ... Suite Dreams are made of this... Experience Bermudas most unique residential hotel suites. Enjoy up to 30% off Azuras Best ... Hamilton Princess & Beach Club - A Fairmont Managed Hotel 76 Pitts Bay Road, City of Hamilton, Bermuda, ...
Bermuda. Telephone: +(441) 295-1342. Emergency After-Hours Telephone: +(441) 335-3828. Fax: +(441) 295-1592. HamiltonConsulate@ ... Travel.State.Gov > Legal Resources , Judicial Assistance Country Information , Bermuda Judicial Assistance Information ... Travel.State.Gov > Legal Resources , Judicial Assistance Country Information , Bermuda Judicial Assistance Information ...
Bermuda Triangle pictures depict the region where a seemingly unusual amount of planes and ships have vanished. Check out these ... The Bermuda Triangle is a very real place where dozen of ships, planes and people have disappeared with no good explanation. ... Many planes and ships have ended up under the water in the Bermuda Triangle. Next, you can see some of the planes that were ... The U.S. Navy Avengers Flight 19 disappeared in the vicinity of the Bermuda Triangle. Check out the flight path on the next ...
The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) is a not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to provide an organization through which boards of nursing act and counsel together on matters of common interest and concern affecting the public health, safety and welfare, including the development of licensing examinations in nursing.
Bermudas ability to attack to control an extra group each turn is a strong indication to play a Bermuda deck in a 2-player ... In case you didnt notice, I dont even try for Bermudas special goal. Bermudas strength is in its special power, and, used ... Currently, I like Bermuda. I think that peoples problem with Bermuda is that they dont know how to use their power ... The advantage of Bermuda is that they can use those groups with a "+10 on any direct attack on foo groups" and then reorganize ...
... website of the Government of Bermuda Bermuda Tourism Bermuda Guide Bermuda Parliament Bermuda Chamber of commerce Bermudas ... Bermuda Index of Bermuda-related articles Notable sporting people of Bermuda Outline of Bermuda Places of interest in Bermuda ... and Bermuda. In 2007, the 16th biennial Marion-Bermuda yacht race occurred. A sport unique to Bermuda is racing the Bermuda ... and protection of Bermudas maritime interests. The Bermuda Coast Guard will interact with the Bermuda Regiment, Bermuda Police ...
Shop the latest collection of tailored bermuda shorts at Gap. Discover a range of stylish and comfortable options for a ...
Bermuda on YOOX , Dont miss the latest trends! ✓Fast Shipping ✓Free Returns ...
Regis Bermuda & Get Exclusive Rates. Plan Your Next Vacation or Business Trip at Our Hotel. ... Regis Bermuda allow pets? The pet policy at The Residences at The St. Regis Bermuda is:. Pets Welcome Dogs & Cats only Non- ... Regis Bermuda? The check-in time at The Residences at The St. Regis Bermuda is 3:00 pm and the check-out time is 12:00 pm. ... Regis Bermuda? The property amenities at The Residences at The St. Regis Bermuda are:. Sustainability Restaurant Spa Fitness ...
Bermuda. Norwegian Cruise Line expands Bermuda shore excursions for launch of Norwegian Breakaway With the new 2013 Bermuda ... shore excursions guests can go reef fishing at night, bike the original Bermuda railway trail ...
Memorandum of Understanding concerning Conservation Measures for the Siberian Crane. ...
The Bermuda Sun bids farewell.... JUL 30, 2014: It marked the end of an era as our printers and collators produced the very ... The Bermuda Sun has a wonderful team of people. I wish you all the best for the future! ... Im emailing you in regards to the disheartening and disappointing news that I read on the Bernews website about the Bermuda ...
... headed toward Bermuda after killing three people in Cuba and causing flooding in parts of Florida. Alex reached tropical storm ... It was moving to the east-northeast at a brisk 28 mph (44 kph) and was expected to pass just north of Bermuda on Monday. A ... Forecasters said it could drop 1 to 2 inches (25 to 50 mm) of rain across Bermuda beginning late Sunday and into Monday. ... Tropical Storm Alex, which became the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season Sunday, headed toward Bermuda after ...
A Met Office forecaster was working on secondment in Bermuda during hurricane Igor. Some thoughts were gathered from somebody ... Hurricane Igor hits Bermuda (20 September 2010) A Met Office forecaster was working on secondment in Bermuda during hurricane ... On 17 September Bermuda was placed under a hurricane watch. It was feared that Igor would affect Bermuda as a Category 3. On ... With so many tourists choosing to leave Bermuda (and many cancelling their trips to Bermuda) during the run-up to Igor this had ...
... will be in beautiful Bermuda. Bermuda is a British territory located in the Atlantic Ocean, around 650 miles off the coast of ... Bermuda is a choice destination for both sun worshipers and history buffs, boasting some of the most beautiful beaches in the ... Embarking on a Bermuda cruise is the perfect vacation for East Coasters seeking a convenient beach escape. Norwegian presents a ... Your ship docks at the Royal Naval Dockyard, the top tourist spot in the entire country, for all-access to the best Bermuda has ...
An Entity of Type: Concept, from Named Graph: http://dbpedia.org, within Data Space: dbpedia.org ...
Ocorian Securities (Bermuda) Limited. Ocorian Securities (Bermuda) Limited, Victoria Place, 5th Floor, 31 Victoria Street, ... Copyright © 2024 by Bermuda Stock Exchange. All rights reserved!. Questions or requests for information can be emailed to info@ ... is a Bermuda exempted company incorporated on 22 August 2014 with registration number 49407. Special Purpose Insurer effective ...
DHL is the global leader in the logistics industry. Specializing in international shipping, courier services and transportation.
The seven-day Bermuda itinerary can be combined with a seven-day Canada/New England cruise to create a 14-day Bermuda & Canada/ ... The Bermuda cruise also can be combined with a 17-day Panama Canal transit to create a 24-day Panama Canal and Bermuda ... This is my first cruise with HAL, but forth cruise to Bermuda. On the cruise leaving May 2nd. Can hardly wait - hear such good ... In 2015, Holland America Line is returning to the pink sands and pastel-colored skyline of Bermuda on seven-day cruises aboard ...
PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- CoinZoom, a U.S. based cryptocurrency exchange and leading fintech company today announced its Bermuda ... Were providing a trusted avenue for both our U.S. and International customers to invest in digital assets, and the Bermuda ... has been granted a license under the Digital Asset Business Act (DABA) from the Bermuda Monetary Authority (BMA), allowing the ... Were providing a trusted avenue for both our U.S. and International customers to invest in digital assets, and the Bermuda ...
Chelston, Paget, Bermuda • kansasphoto/Flickr Destinations Best Places to Go in 2024 All Regions Asia Australia & South Pacific ... Home›Destinations›Caribbean and the Atlantic›Bermuda›Things to See›Sessions House ...
Should Barbados beat Bermuda, they would advance to the second round where they will oppose the winners of the tie between ... Barbados will play Bermuda in one of six first round football ties of next years CONCACAF Gold Cup. ... Barbados will play Bermuda in the first round of the 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup. (FILE) ...
Down in Bermuda is a quirky adventure filled with puzzles to solve and mysteries to uncover. Our adventurous aviator Milton ... Down in Bermuda is a quirky adventure filled with puzzles to solve and mysteries to uncover. Our adventuro... ... An unnatural storm leaves an adventurous aviator stranded for decades within the infamous Bermuda. Overcome creatures of the ... An unnatural storm leaves an adventurous aviator stranded for decades within the infamous Bermuda. Overcome creatures of the ...
Bermuda Cs 9 works with the eLoader. I dont have a PSp Slim, but grafele hast tested Bermuda CS with eLoader and he says it ... Bermuda CS 9 is now ready for PSP Slim! grafele had a great idea how to fix the compabilityproblem with PSP Slim. ... Bermuda CS 9 Slim Updated release from Bumuckl:. Hi guys, Bermuda CS 9 is now ready for PSP Slim!. grafele had a great idea how ... Bermuda Cs 9 works with the eLoader. I dont have a PSp Slim, but grafele hast tested Bermuda CS with eLoader and he says it ...
Learn how to call Kalabaka Greece from Bermuda. Plus, our complete resource guide gives you the Greek country code, Kalabaka ... How to call Kalabaka in Greece from Bermuda:. 011 - Exit code when making an international call from Bermuda 30 - Greek country ... The time in Bermuda is now 21:35:21 PM (09:35:21 PM). The time in Kalabaka Greece is now 03:35:21 AM (03:35:21 AM) ... To call a mobile phone in Greece from Bermuda use the following dialing code format: 011 + 30 + Mobile Code* + The Number * ...
This graph shows the stats of social media in Bermuda based on over 5 billion monthly page views. ...
Travel Docs has Bermuda travel visa applications for tourists, businesses, and diplomats, as well as the most updated ... Bermuda Tourist Visa for US Passport Holders Not Required When you are travelling to Bermuda with a U.S. Passport, a Tourist ... Bermuda Tourist Visa for Non-US Passport Holders Required When you are travelling to Bermuda with a Non-US Passport, a Tourist ... Bermuda Business Visa for US Passport Holders Not Required When you are travelling to Bermuda with a U.S. Passport, a Business ...
Statelessness Q&A: Canada helps ex-Dane out of Bermuda triangle * Home ... Life in Bermuda was fantastic, but the issue of being stateless was always at the back of my mind. I also knew that my British ... I found out when I landed a job for a printing company in Bermuda in 1989. I was living in England at the time, aged 25. I paid ... I felt sure that the situation would change when I decided to move on from Bermuda. I was married to a Canadian and, after the ...
Am looking for suggestions of where to eat in Bermuda in June. We are going for 3 nights, staying at Elbow Beach, but would ... Bermuda: where to eat ? Am looking for suggestions of where to eat in Bermuda in June. We are going for 3 nights, staying at ... Havent been to Bermuda or Id give you some suggestions, since my trips revolve around food -- but tripadvisor is always a ... The best meal Ive ever had in Bermuda, both for food and ambiance, was Tom Moores Tavern. Now, it has been so long since ...
This comes from the actual Bermuda Bowl but was presented in a bidding poll by Richard Pavlicek. The conditions are that you ... The good news is that any player good enough to play in the Bermuda bowl will be aware that 3C is the most likely fake ... This comes from the actual Bermuda Bowl but was presented in a bidding poll by Richard Pavlicek. The conditions are that you ... BBO Discussion Forums: Hand 4 - 1981 Bermuda Bowl - BBO Discussion Forums. Jump to content ...
  • Divided into nine parishes, Bermuda is a self-governing parliamentary democracy with a bicameral parliament located in the capital Hamilton. (wikipedia.org)
  • Carrying just 1,350 guests, Veendam offers an ideal mid-size ship experience in Bermuda that enables the vessel to dock at Hamilton in the center of town. (hollandamerica.com)
  • HAMILTON, Bermuda - A Barbadian national accused of importing more than 700 grams of cocaine worth around US$178 000 into Bermuda has been granted bail after initially being remanded in custody. (nationnews.com)
  • Headquartered in Hamilton, the Registrar Of Companies operates from 830am to 530pm and falls under the Ministry of Economic Development in Bermuda. (bermudayp.com)
  • Bermuda was discovered in the early 1500s by Spanish explorer Juan de Bermúdez. (wikipedia.org)
  • Spanish mariner Juan de Bermúdez first documented the archipelago in the early 1500s, and Bermuda long served as a stopover where shipwrecked crews made repairs and foraged for food. (gardenandgun.com)
  • Soft, stretch weave uniform bermuda shorts. (gap.com)
  • Dolce & Gabbana Shorts Gorgeous brand new with tags, 100% Authentic Dolce & Gabbana Majolica high waist bermuda shorts. (bluefly.com)
  • As of 2019, Bermuda had a population of around 64,000 people, making it the second-most populous of the British Overseas Territories. (wikipedia.org)
  • Bermuda is an archipelago consisting of 181 islands, although the most significant islands are connected by bridges and appear to form one landmass. (wikipedia.org)
  • Bermuda is named after Spanish explorer Juan de Bermúdez, who discovered the archipelago in 1505. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Parliamentary Registry is essentially an election management body that is responsible for the administration and conduct of all parliamentary and municipal elections in Bermuda. (bermudayp.com)
  • historically known as the Bermudas or Somers Isles) is a British Overseas Territory in the North Atlantic Ocean. (wikipedia.org)
  • Tropical Storm Alex, which became the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season Sunday, headed toward Bermuda after killing three people in Cuba and causing flooding in parts of Florida. (yahoo.com)
  • Bermuda is named after the Spanish sailor Juan de Bermúdez, who discovered the islands in 1505, while sailing for Spain from a provisioning voyage to Hispaniola in the ship La Garça. (wikipedia.org)
  • The seven-day Bermuda itinerary can be combined with a seven-day Canada/New England cruise to create a 14-day Bermuda & Canada/New England Collectors' Voyage . (hollandamerica.com)
  • The Bermuda cruise also can be combined with a 17-day Panama Canal transit to create a 24-day Panama Canal and Bermuda Collectors' Voyage . (hollandamerica.com)
  • Legends arose of spirits and devils, now thought to have stemmed from the calls of raucous birds (most likely the Bermuda petrel, or cahow) and loud nocturnal noises from wild hogs. (wikipedia.org)
  • The rest of Bermuda is asleep, but we are up with the birds and the stars. (gardenandgun.com)
  • Public wishlist of new year's resolutions for the Bermuda Government? (royalgazette.com)
  • We hope that Country Calling Codes has been helpful in finding the Greek calling code to make your international call from Bermuda to Kalabaka, Greece. (countrycallingcodes.com)
  • The check-in time at The Residences at The St. Regis Bermuda is 3:00 pm and the check-out time is 12:00 pm. (marriott.com)
  • Airlines can adjust prices for tickets from Bermuda to Tampa based on the day and time that you decide to book your flight. (farecompare.com)
  • Vaccine introduction status in Bermuda over time. (who.int)
  • He must also provide the courts with a fixed address in Bermuda and must ask the court's permission to change that address. (nationnews.com)
  • Make yourself at home at the residential suites at The St. Regis Bermuda Resort. (marriott.com)
  • When he isn't free diving to hunt invasive lionfish or leading cleanups to remove litter from the ocean, he can be found in preserves like this one-spots that make Bermuda a bird-watcher's paradise. (gardenandgun.com)
  • Bermuda Electric Light Company Limited is committed to sustainability and a renewable energy future for Bermuda. (royalgazette.com)
  • Bill Bans Insurers' Bermuda Tax PloyBy Steven Brostoff, Washington EditorNU Online News Service, March 7, 11:39 a.m. (propertycasualty360.com)
  • In 2004, by the Bermuda Health Council Act. (bvsalud.org)
  • 2004 it was established the Bermuda Health Council that its general purpose is to regulate, coordinate and enhance the delivery of health services in Bermuda. (bvsalud.org)
  • Bermuda Health Council has an assigned budget. (bvsalud.org)
  • Bermuda Health Council is member of RedETSA. (bvsalud.org)
  • Bermuda Health Council has specific mechanisms during the technology evaluation process for potentially interested or affected parties (citizens, patients and caregivers, health professionals, organizations, professional associations, industry). (bvsalud.org)
  • As the most recent and final fossil-fuelled power plant ever to be built in Bermuda, Belco's North Power Station has presented some unforeseen challenges for those residing in the surrounding area. (royalgazette.com)
  • Bermuda Electric Light Company has one primary objective: to supply our customers with safe, reliable and affordable electricity. (royalgazette.com)
  • The St. Regis Bermuda Residences sits oceanfront and steps from the soft white sands of St. Catherines Beach. (marriott.com)
  • The first African slaves were taken to Bermuda in 1616, but a full plantation economy did not develop and the slave trade largely ceased by the end of the 17th century. (wikipedia.org)
  • Bermuda has a distinct dialect of English and has historically had strong ties with other English-speaking countries in the Americas, including the United States, Canada, and the Commonwealth Caribbean. (wikipedia.org)