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Suriname


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    • us: Republiek Suriname
    • us: Republic of Suriname
    • us: Sūrīnāma
    • us: Surinaam
    • us: Dutch Guiana
    • us: Guiana, Dutch
    • us: Netherlands Guiana
    • us: Guiana, Netherlands
    • us: Netherland Guiana
    • us: Nederlandisch Guyana
    • us: Nederlandsch Guyana
    • us: スリナム
    • us: Surinamu
    • us: オランダ領ギアナ
    • us: Orandaryō Giana
    • us: 蘭領ギアナ
    • us: Ranryō Giana
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        (lcsh) Netherlands--Territories and possessions
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    • Surinam
  • Sources

    • found: The statesman's year-book, 1995-1996: p. 1224 (Suriname; Republic of Suriname)
    • found: GEOnet, Oct. 17, 2000 (Suriname [brief], Republic of [conventional], Suriname [brief], Republiek [Dutch]--PCLI, 4°00ʹN 56°00ʹW, variants: Dutch Guiana, Nederlandisch Guyana, Nederlandsch Guyana, Netherland Guiana, Netherlands Guiana, Surinam, Republic of Surinam, Republiek van Suriname)
    • found: Encyc. Brit., 1995 (Suriname; officially Republic of Suriname, Dutch: Republiek Suriname)
    • found: Acad. Amer. Encyc., 1997 (Suriname; Republic of Suriname; formerly Dutch Guiana; became independent in 1975)
    • found: World book encyc., 1992 (Suriname; also spelled Surinam)
    • found: Encyc. Amer., 2000 (Surinam (Suriname); previously known as Netherlands Guiana)
    • found: The Columbia gazetteer of the world, ©1998 (Dutch Guiana: see Suriname; Suriname, republic, NE S. Amer. The Dutch governed the territory until 1954, when Suriname officially became an internally autonomous part of the kingdom of the Netherlands; became independent in 1975)
    • found: The Columbia Lippincott gazetteer of the world, 1952 (Dutch Guiana: see Guiana, Dutch; Guiana, Dutch, or Surinam, Du. Suriname, territory of the Netherlands)
    • found: Merriam-Webster's geographical dictionary, ©1997 (Suriname, also Surinam; formerly also Netherlands Guiana or Dutch Guiana)
    • found: Sūrīnāma, 2010: t.p. (Sūrīnāma)
    • found: Sūrīnāma kā sr̥janātmaka sāhitya, 2012: t.p. (Sūrīnāma) t.p. verso (Surinaam)
    • found: Web NDL authorities, June 13, 2018 (スリナム = Surinamu; variants: Suriname; オランダ領ギアナ = Orandaryō Giana; 蘭領ギアナ = Ranryō Giana)
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    • 1979-04-18: new
    • 2018-06-19: revised
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