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Minimum wage to double for some in Grenada – Caribbean360.com

Minimum wage to double for some in GrenadaCaribbean360.comGEORGE'S, Grenada, Wednesday September 7, 2011 – The minimum wages paid to domestic workers and security guards in Grenada are about to be increased, by 100 percent in the case of security...

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Who’s Who in The Michael Jackson Doctor Trial – MyFox Los Angeles

The GuardianWho's Who in The Michael Jackson Doctor TrialMyFox Los AngelesDr. Conrad Murray was born in St. Andrews, Grenada on February 19, 1953. Murray graduated from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee in 1989. In 1992 he completed h...

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Extreme importance of parents to steelbands – Spice Islander

Extreme importance of parents to steelbandsSpice IslanderThey are seen night and day in and around the steel orchestras of Grenada; and, for the most part, they do not and cannot play any instrument – even the most basic two-note “doo-doop.'&#3...

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J’lem woos undecided Grenada on UN vote – Jerusalem Post

J'lem woos undecided Grenada on UN voteJerusalem PostThe tiny Caribbean island of Grenada may only have 110000 residents, but it has a vote in the UN General Assembly on the Palestinian statehood question just like China, and as a result its visiti...

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A new era of ‘persistent conflict’ – Washington Post

A new era of 'persistent conflict'Washington PostThere were small conflicts, such as Grenada, Panama and the Persian Gulf War, but the United States was largely at peace until the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, led to the wars in Afghanistan and Ir...

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Conrad Murray: Timeline of Major Events – MyFox Los Angeles

Conrad Murray: Timeline of Major EventsMyFox Los AngelesConrad Murray is born in St. Andrews, Grenada. He lives for his first seven years with his maternal grandparents. He then moves to Trinidad and Tobago, where he joins his mother and stepfather. He...

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Workforce helps Miss. land firms – Jackson Clarion Ledger

SunHerald.comWorkforce helps Miss. land firmsJackson Clarion LedgerHCL CleanTech, which will open sites at or near Olive Branch, Grenada, Booneville, Hattiesburg and Natchez, turns wood chips into industrial sugars that can be used for detergents, cosm...

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Converting to metric – The Province

Converting to metricThe ProvinceBy IM GreNada, Special to The Province September 3, 2011 If there's one prison cliché that soars head and halo above the rest, it's the con who — on bended knee and in the striped shadows of vertical bars — ...

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