If Jason Derulo's Caribbean connection is that he was born in Haiti, then Sean Kingston's is that he grew up in Jamaica.
What does CACO stand for?
CACO stands for Caribbean Connection (student organization)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 13 other meanings of CACO in our Acronym Attic
- Calcium Channel, Voltage-Dependent, P/Q Type, Alpha-1A Subunit
- Calcium Channel, Voltage-Dependent, L Type, Alpha-1s Subunit
- Cal Alumni Club of New England
- Combined Arms Command Network
- Calcium Channel, L Type, Gamma Polypeptide
- Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans
- Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation
- College Access Consortium of New York
- California Analytical Chemists Organization (San Francisco, CA)
- Cape Cod National Seashore (US National Park Service)
- Caroline Aimee Claudia Oudin
- Casualty Assistance Calls Officer
- Casualty Assistance Control Officer
- Central Asian Cooperation Organisation
- Centro Acadêmico de Computação
- Congressional Affairs Contact Officer (US Army)
- Cornell Association of Class Officers (Cornell University; Ithaca, NY)
- Corporate Administrative Contracting Officer
- Crédit Agricole Centre Ouest (French bank)
- Cressona Aluminum Company
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: Peter Collins SOUTH Wales' Caribbean connection will be celebrated this weekend when a major festival to mark the 50th anniversary of Jamaica's independence is hosted in Barry.
Byline: Sophie Doughty AFRAUDSTER boasting Caribbean connections posed as a pounds 1m buyer to help a Tyneside hotel boss keep his creditors at bay.
SAVE pounds 1,630pp by paying only pounds 1,989pp on a 22-night Caribbean Connection cruise with P&O calling at Vigo, Antigua, Tortola, St.
Specific topics include the socio-demographic characteristics of second generation return migrants to St Lucia and Barbados, narratives of adjustment, experiences of races and class, economic consequences of return migration, gendered and national identities in Puerto Rico, issues of postcolonialism and returnees in Jamaica, and transatlantic French Caribbean connections.
Harris writes in her essay about barbecue and its Caribbean connection, "The only thing left to do is savor and smile.
Just as the scholarship in "Educational Theatre" raises the overriding, if unstated, issue of black theatre's survival in historically hostile circumstances, Hill's "The Caribbean Connection," chapter nine, raises the much undertreated issue of black cultural diversity.
It ended: "The overwhelming majority of people in this city with an African- Caribbean connection are peaceful, law-abiding and loyal Coventrians.