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Anguilla


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    • Angilya
    • Anquilla
    • Ангилья
    • Angilʹi︠a︡
    • Ангілья
    • Anhilʹi︠a︡
    • Ангила
    • Angila
    • Angvila
    • Ανγκουίλα
    • Annkouila
    • Anguila
    • Angvilo
    • Aingira
    • Angvilla
    • אנגווילה
    • Angṿilah
    • Angwilla
    • Angwiya
    • Anguis
    • Angilja
    • Angilija
    • Ангилја
    • アンギラ
    • Angira
    • Anguilha
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    • found: Wikipedia, October 1, 2015(Anguilla; British overseas territory in the Caribbean; formerly known as Snake or Snake Island; the Arawak name for the island seems to have been Malliouhana; 18.22723°N 63.04899°W)
    • found: The world factbook, via WWW, October 1, 2015(Anguilla (overseas territory of the UK); Anguilla was administered by Great Britain until the early 19th century, when the island - against the wishes of the inhabitants - was incorporated into a single British dependency along with Saint Kitts and Nevis. Several attempts at separation failed. In 1971, two years after a revolt, Anguilla was finally allowed to secede; this arrangement was formally recognized in 1980, with Anguilla becoming a separate British dependency; 18°15ʹN, 63°10ʹW)
    • found: GEOnet names server, October 1, 2015(Anguilla, dependent political entity, 18°13ʹ00ʺN, 063°03ʹ00ʺW (18.216667, -63.05))
    • found: Wikipedia, June 30, 2019(Anguilla; British overseas territory in the Caribbean; one of the most northerly of the Leeward Islands in the Lesser Antilles; 18.22723°N 63.04899°W) Azerbaijani page (Angilya, Anquilla) Bashkir page (Ангилья = Angilʹi︠a︡) Belarusian page (Ангілья = Anhilʹi︠a︡) Bulgarian page (Ангила = Angila) Bosnian page (Angvila) Greek page (Ανγκουίλα = Annkouila) Spanish page (Anguila) Esperanto page (Angvilo) Basque page (Aingira) Icelandic page (Angvilla) Hebrew page (אנגווילה = Angṿilah) Cornish page (Angwilla) Kinyarwanda page (Angwiya) Latin page (Anguis) Latvian page (Angilja) Lithuanian page (Angilija) Macedonian page (Ангилја = Angilja) Japanese page (アンギラ = Angira) Occitan page (Anguilha)
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    • 1981-01-30: new
    • 2019-07-01: revised
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