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Cay
   is   
A Small, Low Island
The same as, 'key' in meaning and pronunciation.
Kate Summerscale
   won the award for the book   
The Queen of Whale Cay
1998
Elbow Cay Lighthouse
   is located in   
Bahamas
1864 - Hope Town
Great Stirrup Cay Lighthouse
   is located in   
Bahamas
1863 - Berry Islands
Gun Cay Lighthouse
   is located in   
Bahamas
1836 - Bimini
The U.S.A.
   is the location of   
Biscayne National Park
It is in Florida
Basque Community
   contains the province   
Vizcaya
Pineapple
   has a variety named   
Smooth-leaf Cayenne
100,000 - 125,000
   is the rating of   
Carolina Cayenne Pepper
Seven Mile Beach
   is a beach in   
Grand Cayman
Actually about 5½ miles long
Cayenne Pepper
   belongs to the family   
Solanaceae
Capsicum frutescens
Nueva Vizcaya
   has the capital   
Bayombong
The Cayman Islands
   has this flag:   

Territory of the UK
Colombia
   is the location of   
Amacayacu National Park
Gayogohono
   is the original tribal name of the   
Cayuga
Gayogohono means "people of the swamp". Cayuga comes from their tribal name. They are a member of the Iroquois Confederation - Seneca, Oneida, Mohawk, Cayuga, Onondaga and more recently Tuscarora.
Cayuse
   originated in   
The U.S.A.
.ky
   internet domain is used by   
Cayman Islands
Cayo Herradura Lighthouse
   is located in   
Venezuela
1939 - Isla La Tortuga
Cayman Trough
   is found in the   
Caribbean Sea
Cayenne Pepper
   has the latin name   
Capsicum Annuum
Capsaicin, potentially derived from Cayenne Pepper, is used in the production of pepper spray, as employed by police, military, and security personnel.
Chevrolet
   had the model   
Biscayne
1958
Cayo Caimán Grande De Santa Maria Lighthouse
   is located in   
Cuba
1909 - Cayo Coco
Times-Picayune
   is published in   
The U.S.A.
New Orleans, LA, U.S.A.
Cayo Pablillo Lighthouse
   is located in   
Dominican Republic
1800 - Isla Cabrita
Australia
   is the location of   
Capricornia Cays National Park
Half Moon Caye Lighthouse
   is located in   
Belize
1931 - Lighthouse Reef
Cayman Islands
   has the mark   
VR-C
Cayley-Hamilton Theorem
   applies in   
Linear Algebra
Arthur Cayley and William Hamilton
Bay of Biscay
   is located in the   
Atlantic Ocean
Damuzi
   is the   
Mesopotamian God of Fertility, Growth and Decay
Rosanella
   was written by   
Comte De Caylus
Cayo Bahia De Cádiz Lighthouse
   is located in   
Cuba
1862 - Archipiélago de Sabana
Narragansett, Tuscarora, Wampanoag, Cayuga
   are all   
Native Northeast American Indians
Cayman Islands
   belongs to   
The U.K.
British overseas territory – 100 sq. mi.
The Cayman Islands
   has the anthem   
Beloved Isles Cayman
Globster
   is described as a   
Decaying Sea Animal
Unconfirmed, from Australia and New Zealand
Gabriel Garcia Marquez
   created the character   
Father Cayetano Delaura
Of Love and Other Demons
Biscayne National Park
   is located in   
Florida
Founded in 1980, encompasses 207 mi².
Biscay Plain
   is found in the   
Atlantic Ocean
Spain
   is the site of   
Vizcaya Bridge
Boracay Island Beach
   is a beach in   
The Philippines
Wuxi Pharmatech Cayman Inc
   has which symbol   
WX
Cayo Piedras Del Norte Lighthouse
   is located in   
Cuba
1857 - Bahía de Cárdenas
Cayo Paredón Grande Lighthouse
   is located in   
Cuba
1859 - Cayo Coco
Cayman Islands
   is situated in   
The Caribbean
UK
The Cayman Islands
   uses the   
Dollar
Caymanian dollar (KYD)
Australia
   is the location of   
Michaelmas and Upolu Cays National Park
French Guiana
   has the capital   
Cayenne
The Arawak Indians are the people first known to inhabit French Guiana. The French were the first Europeans to settle in French Guiana. They arrived in the early 1600s. In 1634 the French settled again and this time they did not leave. Cayenne was founded as the capital some time later and it has remained the country's largest city.






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