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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishGrenadaGre‧na‧da /ɡrəˈneɪdə/  a country in the Caribbean Sea consisting of the main island of Grenada, the southern part of the Windward Islands, and small islands called the Grenadines. It is a member of the British Commonwealth. Population: 109,590 (2014). Capital: St. George's. In 1983 US soldiers attacked Grenada in order to return to power a government that had been removed by force by some members of the Grenadian army. Many people in many countries were opposed to this action by the US. In 2004 serious damage was caused by a hurricane.Grenadian noun, adjective
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