Definition for cuba (2 of 4)
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Examples from the Web for cuba
This past February, another member, Fernando Gonzalez, was sent back to Cuba.Of Cuban Spies, a Baby, and a Filmmaker: The Strange Tale of the Cuban Five|Nina Strochlic|December 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I am not the first or last person to document the hip-hop scene in Cuba.
They wanted to know everything about New York and we wanted to know everything about Cuba.
And now Reggaeton is king in Cuba as it is in most of the Caribbean.
Meanwhile, Edgar had returned to Cuba after that 2001 tour and continued to make music.
The congregation is very small, consisting almost exclusively of women, who seem to do penance for both sexes in Cuba.Foot-prints of Travel|Maturin M. Ballou
The vegetation of Cuba is of the most luxuriant and beautiful description.Cuba|Arthur D. Hall
Then after several years, circumstances made it necessary for us to step in and take Cuba again.Ethics in Service|William Howard Taft
Cubans did not make Cuba a republic, Americans made Cuba a republic and then abandoned us.Plotting in Pirate Seas|Francis Rolt-Wheeler
“So this is Cuba,” observed Joe, yawning and looking at the green jungle, which seemed everywhere about them.Secrets of the Andes|James H. Foster
British Dictionary definitions for cuba (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for cuba (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for cuba
said to be from Taino (Arawakan) Cubanacan, the name of the people who occupied the island. Related: Cuban (1829), Cuban heel (1908); Cuban Missile Crisis (October 16-28, 1962).