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  • Archipelago [r]: A chain of islands. [e]
  • Atlantic Ocean [r]: Second largest ocean in the world; separates the Americas from Europe and Africa. [e]
  • British Isles [r]: Group of islands off the northwest coast of Europe comprising Great Britain, Ireland, and adjacent smaller islands. [e]
  • Brunei [r]: Country in North Borneo. [e]
  • Caribbean [r]: A region in the Americas consisting of the Caribbean Sea, its islands, and the surrounding coasts. [e]
  • Cesária Évora [r]: A folk singer, born August 27, 1941, in the port town of Mindelo on the Cape Verde island of São Vicente. [e]
  • Europe [r]: Sixth largest continent; area 10,000,000 km2; pop. 720,000,000 [e]
  • Georges Island [r]: Largest island entirely within the harbour limits of Halifax harbour located in the Halifax Regional Municipality Nova Scotia on the East coast of Canada. [e]
  • Glacier [r]: Bodies of flowing ice that form when more snow accumulates each year than melts. [e]
  • Great Britain [r]: The largest part of the United Kingdom, comprising England, Scotland, Wales and islands immediately off their coasts. [e]
  • Hawaiian bible [r]: Translation of the original Hebrew Old Testament, and Greek New Testament texts into the Hawaiian Language [e]
  • Iceland [r]: Sparsely populated island country in the northern Atlantic Ocean with capital city Reykjavík. [e]
  • Indonesia [r]: A country in Southeast Asia. [e]
  • Ireland (island) [r]: An island to the west coast of Great Britain, comprising the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. [e]
  • Island Biogeography [r]: Biogeography that attempts to establish and explain the factors that affect the species richness of natural communities, and distribution of plants and animals on islands. [e]
  • Khufu [r]: Pharaoh of Egypt during the construction of the Great Pyramid. [e]
  • Lakshadweep [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Multiple sclerosis [r]: A chronic, inflammatory, demyelinating disease that affects the central nervous system (CNS). [e]
  • Natural breed [r]: A variety of a domestic animal that occurred through natural, rather than artificial selection. [e]
  • New Zealand [r]: Country in the South Pacific; constitutional monarchy and a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. [e]
  • Old Norse [r]: North Germanic language that was spoken by inhabitants of Scandinavia and inhabitants of their overseas settlements during the Viking Age, until about 1300. [e]
  • Palau [r]: Independent republic in the Pacific Ocean, an archipelago consisting of more than 350 islets. [e]
  • Penguin [r]: Large-bodied flightless birds found from their southernmost range on Antarctica to north on the Galapagos Islands at the equator. [e]
  • Prince Edward Island [r]: (population 140,402) A Maritime province and island, located in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence on the east coast of Canada. [e]
  • Republic [r]: A form of government in which political power and authority is derived from the citizenry, and not from a monarch, whether hereditary or "tyrannical" (ie, a dictator). [e]
  • Singapore [r]: Even though of tiny size, one of the world's most prosperous countries, a trading and transportation center of Southeast Asia, made up of islands between Malaysia and Indonesia. [e]
  • Thousand Islands [r]: An archipelago of islands in the Saint Lawrence River, stretching for approximately 80 kilometres (50 miles) downstream from Kingston, Ontario. [e]
  • Ásatrú [r]: The modern revival of historical Germanic paganism, which appeared in the early 20th century in Germany and Austria, and a second revival in the early 1970s. [e]