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  • ... Petitioners are natives and citizens of Trinidad and Tobago who entered the United States as ... denying their petition for review, Newsday, a newspaper in Trinidad and Tobago, picked up ...

  • Noting Honduras' vulnerability to agricultural price fluctuations in the global market as a large importer of food, Hernandez is joining in the efforts of the United Nations and International Bank of Agricultural Development to boost domestic agricultural production. Reported by the U.S. Department of State, the factors of real GDP growth of Trinidad and Tobago include, "economic reforms, tight monetary policy, fiscal responsibility and high oil prices," with 44.3% of their GDP coming from petroleum.

    ...Also reported in Trinidad and Tobago's "Newsday-the People's Newspaper," "according to the World ...

  • During the casting of "Notorious," it was rumored that [Lil Kim] was unhappy that producers picked Naturi Naughton of 3LW fame to play her. ft was also speculated that Kim felt her relationship with B.I.G. was sensationalized. She's new blaming Big's mother, Ms. Wallace, and wife, Faith Evans, for their involvement. "I've had enough and I'm about to expose them both... I've been quiet for a long time," Lil Kim told Hip-Hop Weekly. "I'm very disappointed in Faith." she said "There's nothing Faith or Ms. Wallace could do to stop me from reppiif B.I.G, all day. I'm gonna always do that... It's time for Ms. Wallace to be exposed.

    ...The Queen's Jewels. Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday is reporting that Queen ...

  • ... established in India, Slovenia, and Trinidad and Tobago. We also reached out to the next ... Times, Christian Science Monitor and Newsday. . Be Heard[TM] . Our new tagline sums up ...

  • What are you doing New Year's Eve? It isn't just a vintage song title, it's an annual quandary. When going out isn't the answer, staying in with TV offers multiple-choice options. Celebrate in virtual fashion or avoid holiday hoopla entirely.

    ...Trinidad James and Ca$h Out headline the annual New Year's ...

  • ...-- Bobby Cassidy Jr., New York Newsday (Predicts Trinidad will . win by decision) . ...

  • Stuart Rabinowitz, President, Hofstra University Stuart Rabinowitz took 90 minutes of prime time and made it last a year. In scoring the third presidential debate between Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain, the eighth president of Hofstra University turned the nation's attention to his Hempstead institution. Hofstra, after submitting itself to the microscope of the Commission on Presidential Debates, bested some of the country's top schools for the honor, mainly on the strength of its presidential studies curriculum.

    ... Mort Zuckerman of the Daily News to add Newsday to his company's stable of media, entertainment, ...After all, who could pass up living in Trinidad and Tobago or Bermuda all year long?. 10. The ...

  • That's what the local community board and politicians such as Congressman Jerrold Nadler and City Councilman David Yassky have been pushing to happen, arguing that Brooklyn's deepwater container port is a vital economic engine that cuts environmental woes by using waterborne cargo transport instead of air-fouling trucks. Under the Pataki administration, the bi-state Port Authority gave it the cold shoulder, saying it wanted to limit shipping to Staten Island's container port at Howland Hook on the narrow Arthur Kill waterway and the huge freight hubs on the New Jersey side of the harbor. The container port's current lease runs out at the end of March, and the Port Authority has moved to transfer the land to the city for what would be a "mixed-use development"-likely to include market-...

    ... in the Reagan administration as envoy to Trinidad and Tobago. A successful Long Island construction ...But in the midst of the race, Newsday reported that Frank Gargano had received 18 ...

  • If local audiences have any difficulty remembering Larry Keigwin's last star turn at ADF, all they need to do is start humming Bill Withers' soul classic, "Ain't No Sunshine (When She's Gone)." His sinuous, self-choreographed solo was one of the high points of Mark Dendy's 2000 ADF world premiere, a rock and soul revue called I'm Going To My Room To Be Cool Now, and I Don't Want to Be Disturbed. In recent years, Tatiana Baganova and Sasha Pepelyaev have been staples of the festival's International Choreographers Commissioning Project--the program that unleashes dancemakers from around the world on advanced ADF students for six weeks and then puts what they come up with on stage. Mixed outcomes have been the result. Baganova's Wings at Tea was a funny and fierce exploration of Soviet fem...

    ... it "far too simplistic." Meanwhile, Newsday praised Puppetier as "a lighthearted yet utterly ... at the Crossing, a collaboration with Trinidad poet Cheryl Boyce Taylor and composer Mamadouba ...

  • While no parental pressure was put on them to excel at or to take part in any particular sport, the Smart kids were always exposed to sports. Erinn did gymnastics and ballet, while Keith ran, swam, and played basketball and football. "Erinn is a better athlete and even Keeth would admit it," says their father, who now works for the Bureau of Statistics in New York. "She's a natural-born athlete. I pity her kids when she has them. They will not be able to measure up," he added with a soft chuckle. Erinn and Keeth were the first two students at the Westbrook Foundation. And it was tough love for Keeth at first, his father explained, as he had to learn to take the pain from this most physical of sports. "I never thought they would be world-class fencers," he confessed. "We thought fencing ...

    ... the men's sabre, hails from Brooklyn via Trinidad and Tobago, while James, an epee fencer and the ... the print media (GQ, The New York Times, Newsday, and the Post) and on television: CBS and the ...

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