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Similar words: pajamapyjamapyjamaspajamasdramaticallymelodramaticallyamalgamateamalgamationMeaning: n. 1. a country on the island of Jamaica; became independent of England in 1962; much poverty; the major industry is tourism 2. an island in the West Indies south of Cuba and west of Haiti. 
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1. Jamaica is a very cosmopolitan island.
2. Bananas and sugar are the staples of Jamaica.
3. Our next landfall should be Jamaica.
4. Our operations in Jamaica are being wound up.
5. Jamaica won the gold in the sprint relay.
6. A powerful tidal wave struck Jamaica, killing 2000.
7. Jamaica is home to over two million people.
8. Lewis stopped off in Jamaica before flying on to Toronto.
9. I'm enjoying the relaxed pace of life of Jamaica.
10. In Jamaica black and white people have lived together in racial harmony for many years.
11. Born in Jamaica, Rigby had immigrated to England 30 years before.
12. Manley's hope for an economic miracle in Jamaica was not realized.
13. Myles vacationed in Jamaica.
14. Ackee is the national fruit of Jamaica.
15. The largest swallowtail lives in Jamaica.
16. Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad and Guyana.
17. Country Profile: Jamaica, Belize, Windward and Leeward Islands.
18. There's an article about Jamaica in this issue.
19. Jamaica will be losing a fine lady.
20. Descendents of all three groups still live in Jamaica.
21. Last year, Jamaica produced 270,000 boxes, or 16,[sentence dictionary]200 tonnes of premium beans.
22. Police in Jamaica say they have arrested suspected drug lord Christopher "Dudus" Coke on the outskirts of the capital, Kingston.
23. I currently live in Jamaica Beach, Texas on Galveston Island.
24. He has spent a month basking in the adulation of the fans back in Jamaica.
25. The Princess Royal arrived at Gatwick this morning from Jamaica.
26. The following week the 'Queen Elizabeth' set sail for Jamaica.
27. The upside of the whole thing is that we got a free trip to Jamaica.
28. You can hear Cuban music. You can hear music of the Caribbean islands, old calypso music from deep in the Caribbean and reggae from Jamaica.
29. Bob Marley, ganja, dreadlocks, cliff jumping and Montego Bay are all synonymous with Jamaica.
30. The human 100 m record holder is Usain Bolt of Jamaica. He's a relative slowpoke at 9.54 secs.
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