dem•e•ra•raPronunciation: (dem"u-rär'u, -râr'u), [key]
—n. (often cap.)
a light brown raw sugar grown in Guyana and used esp. in the country's rum-making industry.
Dem•e•ra•raPronunciation: (dem"u-rär'u, -râr'u), [key]
a river in E Guyana flowing S to N and emptying into the Atlantic Ocean at Georgetown. 215 mi. (346 km) long.
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