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5 things I can find the Jamican coat of arms on

by Monique Chambers
(Lucea, Hanover)

QUESTION:.

Please name five important things that the Jamaican coat of arms is on.

ANSWER: September-29-2009 by Wellesley Gayle



Hi Monique,

Interesting question, thanks for asking.
It really got me and a few of my friends thinking.

This is what we came up with:

1) All Jamaican coins and bank notes
2) The National Identification Card (ID)
3) The National Driver's Licence
4) The Jamaican Passport &
5) All documents or correspondences from the government of Jamaica.

I hope that helps.

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Sep 12, 2010
what your suppose to be telling me
by: Anonymous

on the birth certificate
on the bank notes
on coins
on government documents
on government buildings( like police station, hospital)

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