Definition of Guantanamo
1. Noun. A city in southeastern Cuba; site of a United States naval base.
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Literary usage of Guantanamo
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Human Rights Violations in the United States: A Report on U.S. Compliance by Steven R. Shapiro (1993)
"Initially, all the screened-in Haitians were transported from Guantanamo to the US ... Instead, any who tested HIV-positive would remain at Guantanamo for a ..."
2. Irish-American History of the United States by John O'Hanlon (1907)
"On the 10th of June, a heavy protecting fire from the American fleet enabled 600 marines to land in Guantanamo bay, and after severe fighting they took ..."
3. Naval Strategy Compared and Contrasted with the Principles and Practice of by Alfred Thayer Mahan (1911)
"Guantanamo, in fact, represents effectively Cuba, in the discussion through which we have ... Conversely, Jamaica holds over Guantanamo the control which, ..."
4. A History of the United States Navy from 1775 to 1902 by Edgar Stanton Maclay (1902)
"At midnight, June 6th, only a few hours after Sampson's first bombardment of the morro, the Marblehead and Yankee were ordered to Guantanamo, and on the ..."
5. Reprint of the Squadron Bulletins of the North Atlantic Squadron by French Ensor Chadwick (1898)
"The MARBLEHEAD re-adjusted the position of the entrance buoys in Guantanamo Bay. Mr. Goode of the Associated Press received a dispatch from his Association ..."