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Barbados (pronounced /bɑr-beɪ'-doʊz, -dɒs/), is where John Doyle lives, situated just east of the Caribbean Sea, is an independent Continental Island-nation in the western Atlantic Ocean. For over three centuries Barbados was under British rule. Located at roughly 13° North of the equator and 59° West of the prime meridian, it is considered a part of the Lesser Antilles. Its closest island... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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