*  Annual Statistical Digest - Google Books
... slaughter Wounding felonious Source Sugar Syphilis tion tobacco Total Murder Transport Treason and Sedition Trinidad and Tobago ... U.S. Government Printing Office, 1958 - Trinidad and Tobago. 0 Reviewshttps://books.google.com/books/about/Annual_Statistical_ ...
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*  Coconut trees threatened by deadly disease in Antigua
Trinidad &Tobago, Jamaica, Windward Islands and Leeward Islands). But it floundered in its infancy, dissolving in 1962. The big ... Jamaica led the way to independence on August 06, 1962, followed by Trinidad, Barbados…….etc. How did that work out? ... The first attempt at unification (Federation) started in 1958( Barbados, ...
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*  Chief Justice of Trinidad and Tobago - Wikipedia
The Chief Justice of Trinidad and Tobago is the highest judge of the state Trinidad and Tobago and presides its Supreme Court ... Both islands, Trinidad and Tobago were incorporated into a single colony in 1888, which gained its independence in 1962. 1794- ... ISBN 976-640-035-0. Comma, Carlton N. (1973). Who's Who in Trinidad and Tobago 1972-1973. Port of Spain: Carib Printers Ltd. ... "Judiciary of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago". Archived from the original on 13 February 2010. Retrieved 24 December 2009. ...
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*  1958 British West Indies Championships - Wikipedia
The Trinidad and Tobago national championships were not held that year, as the country's governing body focused on hosting the ... Trinidad & Tobago National Championships. NAAATT. Retrieved on 2015-03-21. Medallists British West Indies Championships. GBR ... The 1958 British West Indies Championships was the second edition of the track and field competition between British colony ...
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*  1958 New Year Honours - Wikipedia
Alfred Drax, Third Officer, Trinidad and Tobago Fire Services. Louis Orok Edet, Superintendent, Nigeria Police Force. James ... Lately Senior Inspector of Schools, Tobago, Trinidad. The Reverend Canon Charles Alfred Forster. For missionary and educational ... For public services in Trinidad. Cyril Augustus Wallace, MB, BCh, Medical Officer, Tanganyika. John Randolph Ward, Senior ... Olive Winnifred Crooks, Matron, Prison Service, Trinidad. Ben Roberts, Probation Officer, Grenada, Windward Islands. Musa bin ...
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*  Eulithidium beaui - Wikipedia
This marine species occurs off Antigua, Martinique, Barbados and Trinidad & Tobago Robertson, R. 1958. The family ... Johnsonia 3: 245-283 Rosenberg, G. (2012). Eulithidium beaui (Robertson, 1958). Accessed through: World Register of Marine ...
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*  Trinidad & Tobago Cricket Board - Wikipedia
The Trinidad & Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) is the ruling body for cricket in Trinidad and Tobago. The current board was ... "TTCB Constitution" (PDF). Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board. Retrieved October 8, 2015. Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board - ... "About Trinidad & Tobago Cricket Board". ttcb.co.tt. Retrieved 31 August 2013. "Act No 34 of 1989". Government of Trinidad and ... In January 1980 it was renamed the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board of Control, and subsequently in 2003 assumed its current ...
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*  Trinidad and Tobago at the Olympics - Wikipedia
"Trinidad and Tobago". Sports-Reference.com. Trinidad and Tobago National Olympic Committee "Trinidad and Tobago at the Olympics ... List of flag bearers for Trinidad and Tobago at the Olympics Trinidad and Tobago at the Paralympics Tropical nations at the ... This was the first time Trinidad & Tobago was represented in the Olympics. The Trinidad & Tobago Olympic Committee sent nine ... This was the second time Trinidad & Tobago was represented in the Olympics. The Trinidad & Tobago Olympic Committee sent four ...
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*  Janice Bernard - Wikipedia
... is a Trinidad and Tobago sprinter. She competed in the women's 4 × 100 metres relay at the 1984 Summer Olympics. "Janice ...
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*  Nigel Traverso - Wikipedia
He was born in Trinidad and Tobago. He competed at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. "Nigel Traverso". Sports Reference ... Nigel Traverso (born 1958) is an American field hockey player. ...
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*  President's House, Trinidad and Tobago - Wikipedia
Trinidad and Tobago - Yahoo! Travel". Travel.yahoo.com. 2006-06-18. Retrieved 2012-08-06. "Discover Trinidad & Tobago - The ... on Trinidad island, Trinidad and Tobago. It is next to the Royal Botanic Gardens. A previous building on the site, known as " ... Trinidad and Tobago attained independence on 31 August 1962. The house was then used as a museum and art gallery for a period, ... The house was used as the residence of the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago from 1876 to 30 April 1958, when it became the ...
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*  National Archives of Trinidad and Tobago - Wikipedia
The National Archives of Trinidad and Tobago is the repository for permanent records and archives of the Government as well as ... They were asked to:- perform a comprehensive survey to ascertain the extent of archival records in Trinidad and Tobago. Give ... Williams persisted to exert pressure on the Government towards preserving archival records of Trinidad and Tobago. These ... "A Chronology of Archival Development in Trinidad and Tobago." Caribbean Archives 10 (1993): 23-32. List of national archives ...
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*  History of Trinidad and Tobago - Wikipedia
Trinidad and Tobago's Oil: An Illustrated Survey of the Oil Industry in Trinidad and Tobago. The Petroleum Association of ... Trinidad and Tobago achieved full independence via the Trinidad and Tobago Independence Act 1962 on August 31, 1962 within the ... CIA.Gov, CIA World Factbook Democratic Labour Party (Trinidad and Tobago) "LIMITED STATE Of EMERGENCY: Trinidad and Tobago ... Trinidad and Tobago Section). Issue 28, November 2002. The New Trinidad & Tobago - from the original by Jos. A. De Suze (1846- ...
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*  Democratic Labour Party (Trinidad and Tobago) - Wikipedia
Politics of Trinidad and Tobago List of political parties in Trinidad and Tobago Elections in Trinidad and Tobago George F. ... Alloy Lequay went on to play a distinguished role as President and CEO of the Trinidad & Tobago Cricket Board, from which he ... The Democratic Labour Party (DLP) was the main opposition party in Trinidad and Tobago between 1957 and 1971. The party was the ... The DLP never held political power, limiting its impact on the overall direction of Trinidad and Tobago. In addition, unlike ...
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*  Trinidad and Tobago Parliament
The Office also ensures the proper functioning of the Chamber and offers relevant services to the people of Trinidad and Tobago ... Parliament provides the administrative and apolitical support services to the Parliament of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago ... independence for Trinidad and Tobago. 1921: A Commission Franchise was established to investigate the preparedness of Trinidad ... The Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago is bicameral, consisting of a Senate and a House of Representatives. The Parliament as a ...
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*  Leo John - Wikipedia
He played twenty-five first-class matches for Trinidad and Tobago between 1958/59 and 1978/79. "Leo John". ESPN Cricinfo. ...
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*  Endemic flora of Trinidad and Tobago - Wikipedia
Trinidad and Tobago has a far lower rate of endemism, probably as a result of its geological history. The islands of Trinidad ... of the total vascular plant flora of Trinidad and Tobago. Thirty-nine of these species are endemic to Trinidad, 12 are ... Tobago was separated from the mainland about 13,000 years ago; Trinidad was connected until more recently, and may only have ... Trinidad and Tobago is a small (5,126 km²), densely populated country. In addition, most endemic species are known from a ...
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*  Flag of Trinidad and Tobago - Wikipedia
Colonial flag of Trinidad and Tobago (1889-1962) Red ensign of Trinidad and Tobago (1889-1962) Flag of the West Indies ... Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. "National flag of Trinidad and Tobago - Carlisle Chang", YouTube. Carlisle ... The flag of Trinidad and Tobago was adopted upon independence from the United Kingdom on 31 August 1962. Designed by Carlisle ... National Flag". Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Retrieved May 12, 2017. Flagspot. ...
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*  Items where Year is 1969 - Durham e-Theses
Romain, David Lindsay (1969) The geographical significance of the first five-year development programme of Trinidad and Tobago ... 1958 to 1962. Masters thesis, Durham University.. Shakir, Faqir Hussain (1969) Some development in Urdu poetry since 1936. ...
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*  Archipelago of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina - Wikipedia
1889-1962 Trinidad and Tobago. *1907-1949 Newfoundland3. *1958-1962 West Indies Federation ...
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*  Trinidad and Tobago - Wikipedia
Trinidad and Tobago from UCB Libraries GovPubs and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago at Curlie (based on DMOZ) Trinidad and Tobago ... National Library of Trinidad and Tobago National anthem of Trinidad and Tobago "Embassy of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago ... Index of Trinidad and Tobago-related articles List of Trinidad and Tobago-related topics Outline of Trinidad and Tobago ... National Songs of Trinidad and Tobago. National Library of Trinidad and Tobago "Trinidad & Tobago National Birds". tntisland. ...
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*  Patricia Robinson - Wikipedia
Trinidad and Tobago Newsday. Retrieved 2009-10-07. "A love note 'under the gun'". Trinidad and Tobago Newsday. 2009-09-18. ... Trinidad and Tobago Guardian. Archived from the original on 2017-12-28. Retrieved 2009-12-28. "Mrs. Robinson dies". Trinidad ... Robinson returned to Trinidad and Tobago after leaving Columbia University, where she re-entered the public sector in 1958. She ... Patricia Robinson died in her sleep at her home in Ellerslie Park, Trinidad and Tobago, on September 10, 2009, at the age of 78 ...
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*  Trinity College, Moka - Wikipedia
Trinity College is an Anglican assisted secondary school, located in Maraval, Trinidad and Tobago. Trinity College was founded ... as a private secondary school in January 1958 at Melbourne Street in Port of Spain. It was established through the efforts of ...
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*  Olive Walke - Wikipedia
John Simon Anthony Hayes would become the first nephrologist in Trinidad and Tobago and founder of the Trinidad and Tobago ... role models and pioneers of Trinidad and Tobago : celebrating our 50 years of independence 1962-2012. Trinidad and Tobago: ... Comma, Carlton N. (1966). Who's Who in Trinidad and Tobago (1st ed.). Port of Spain, Trinidad. Cuffy, David (23 June 2003). "' ... "Concert to celebrate remarkable female artistes". Port of Spain, Trinidad: Trinidad and Tobago Newsday. 17 June 2007. Archived ...
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*  List of High Commissioners of Canada to Trinidad and Tobago - Wikipedia
Trinidad and Tobago Heads of Post - Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago Official website - of the Canadian High Commission in ... Trinidad and Tobago (English) Official website - of the Canadian High Commission in Trinidad and Tobago (Français). ... from Canada to Trinidad and Tobago is Canada's foremost diplomatic representative in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. ... The following persons have served as Canadian High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago. Robert Guy Carrington Smith (1958-1962 ...
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