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155 documents for antigua flag
  • These ships are due in Hampton Roads today, according to the Virginia Maritime Association. Listed are each vessel's name, flag, local destination and agency. BBC Shanghai, Antigua and Barbuda, Newport News Marine Terminal, Hasler & Co.

  • What red flags that would - and should - come to the attention of managers and other employees, as well as directors, outside auditors, feeder fund managers, direct investors and others who typically interact with an organization involved in a Ponzi scheme? How are those red flags recognized? If someone becomes aware of such a red flag, how should they respond? This case study allows for a consideration of the various signals and significant circumstances that surrounded the billion-dollar Ponzi scheme operated by Robert Allen Stanford and the Stanford Financial Group. Facts are drawn from pleadings, affidavits and other court documents, as well as from fact summaries that included as part of published court opinions. These facts and circumstances, in turn, are considered from the persp...

    ... and a citizen of the United States and Antigua and Barbuda, West Indies, he was involved in ...

  • CHANGES: Mason-Davis Co. Inc. is now an independently owned and operated franchise of Weichert Real Estate Affiliates Inc. The Onancock company changed its name to Weichert , Realtors -Mason- Davis. These ships are due in Hampton Roads today, according to the Virginia Maritime Association. Listed are each vessel's name, flag, local destination and agency. Celia, Antigua & Barbuda, Port of Richmond, Eimskip USA Inc.

  • By Brian Murphy The Associated Press

    ... rescued when a Marine ripped the American flag patch from his uniform and stuffed it through a ... from the ship, which flies the flag of Antigua and Barbuda. Fage said the crew - which include ...

  • ...'s employees working on the islands of Antigua and Ascension. The Employer is a United States ...flagships, the USNS Redstone and the USNS Observation ...

  • RIO DE JANEIRO -- A burst of automatic messages sent by Air France Flight 447 before it crashed includes one about a problem with a rudder safety device but lacks decisive clues as to what sent the jet plunging into the Atlantic Ocean two weeks ago, an aviation expert said Saturday. The industry official, who has knowledge of the Air France investigation, told The Associated Press that a transcript of the messages posted on the Web site EuroCockpit is authentic but inconclusive.

    ... by the merchant ship Gammagas, flying the flag of Antigua and Barbuda, Cardoso said. Coroners ...

  • Last week two events occurred that should affect the debate over national security and diplomacy at the forefront of the presidential campaign. On Aug. 31, August Hanning, director of Germany's Federal Intelligence Service, warned in a speech, "There is fear of a big attack on America by the terror organization al Qaeda before the presidential elections in November.

    ... owned by a German company but using the Antigua & Barbuda flag of convenience. After the ship ...

  • Carry me ackee go a Linstead Market, not a quattie wud sell" is a line in the popular Jamaican folk song 'Linstead Market'. Ackee is the national fruit of Jamaica as well as a component of the national dish ñ ackee and codfish. Ackee is derived from the original name Ankye which comes from the Twi language of Ghana. The botanical name of the fruit ñ Blighia Sapida ñ was given in honour of Captain William Bligh of "Mutiny on the Bounty" fame, who in 1793 took plants of the fruit from Jamaica to England. Captain Bligh also brought the first breadfruit to Jamaica. Before this, the ackee was unknown to science. In 1778 Dr Thomas Clarke, one of the earliest propagators of the tree, introduced it to the eastern parishes. There are two main types of ackee identified by the colour of the aril....

    JAMAICAN NATIONAL FLAG. The Jamaica National Flag was first raised on ... islands (for example, Trinidad, Grenada, Antigua and Barbados), Central America and Florida, where ...

  • ..., along with Kaisei sailing under the Antigua flag. Ten other great ships expected at the ...

  • The Jamaican teams are always competitive, creating exciting rivalries with U.S. athletes. Only recently, some of the highlight has shifted to the Jamaica-US showdowns in the men's and women's 100 and 200 meter sprints and the 4x100 and 4x400 relays. The international relays with Olympic athletes are called, "USA vs. the World," while the college and high school finals are called, "Championship of America. The impact of Jamaican track and field athletes at Penn Relays is demonstrated on many levels. The estimated 49,000 Jamaican fans who attended the 2012 staging of the Penn Relays included Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller, the first foreign head of state to ever attend the event. The PM presented University of Pennsylvania President Dr. Amy Guttmann with a Jamaican flag a...

    ... a meeting of Consulate-Generals of Antigua-Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Haiti, Jamaica, and ...

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