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St. Kitts

[ kits ]

noun

  1. one of the Leeward Islands, in the E West Indies: part of St. Kitts-Nevis; formerly a British colony. 68 sq. mi. (176 sq. km).


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Unlike every other island in the region that abandoned sugar production generations ago, St. Kitts clung to it until recently.

A free trip to St. Kitts is one of many benefits of the revamped social network, which has been due for a makeover for some time.

Moving on ... after shoring myself up financially, I headed off to St. Kitts for a while.

In that year they were separated into two governments, St. Kitts, Nevis.

This they did, besides managing the ship in a hard gale, and took her in triumph to St. Kitts within four days.

Proceeding immediately to Antigua, he there heard on the 23d that St. Kitts had capitulated on the 13th.

Levasseur, subtle and penetrating, skilfully avoided the trap, and Lonvilliers returned to St. Kitts alone.

As he had announced, three or four days later two Spanish vessels anchored at St. Kitts.

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stk.St. Kitts-Nevis