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- In Jamaica, which has enormous political problems because of its adverse balance of payments, imported energy makes up more than half the cost even of a bag of cement produced locally.
- By Geoffrey Dean in Kingston, Jamaica
- It has been confirmed that Steve Collins, an Irish-American middleweight from Brockton, Mass, will challenge Mike McCallum of Jamaica for the WBA title in Dublin on February 3.
- This is based on a detailed survey of 687 km 2 , which is c. 6 per cent of Jamaica's total land area.
- Japan's ruling Liberal Democrats would no more dare sanction an open-door policy for Asia's migrant workers than would Britain's Conservatives risk letting in thousands more from Jamaica or Pakistan.
- Gwendolen is a Jamaican girl who is sexually abused first by an "uncle" in Jamaica and then, when she joins her parents in London, by her father.
- I also found the standards of education at Canberra behind those of Jamaica.
- During the time we spent in Jamaica, I was greatly impressed with the enthusiasm of the committed Rottweiler owners.
- In Jamaica the use of hillside ditches and contour mounds produced sustainable yields of 38 t/ha/p.a. and reduced soil loss to 17 t/ha/p.a. while traditional cultivation methods only yielded 26 t/ha/p.a., with a rate of soil loss of 134 t/ha/p.a.
- Home advantage meant that pitches could be prepared especially to suit fast bowlers, and come the first Test in Jamaica it was soon evident this is what had happened.
- They call Jamaica the "Island in the Sun", and that is my memory of it.
- At Canberra, gangs would try to beat me up; in Jamaica there were fights, but they were one to one.