The British Virgin Islands, the Bahamas, the cayman Islands, Cook Islands, Belize, and Switzerland.
He railed about how the law was being obstructed in Guantánamo Bay and about money laundering in the cayman Islands and in London.
Biggest response: "He holds as much as $8 million in accounts in the cayman Islands to avoid paying taxes on it."
Gov. Mitt Romney's campaign toasted its top donors Wednesday aboard a 150-foot yacht flying the flag of the cayman Islands.
The cayman of South America is very ferocious, and is popularly styled the hyena of the alligator tribe.
The screams of the poor fellow were terrible as the cayman was running off with him.
Time was going and he thought he felt cayman's keel touch bottom.
“If the cayman had come near me, he would have had to repent of his boldness,” he observed.
I had the nets spread at intervals, so that the cayman could not escape back into the lake.
He went off to meet cayman in a fresh breeze that scared the fellow I sent.
also cayman, 1570s, from Portuguese or Spanish caiman, from Carib acayouman "crocodile," or perhaps from a Congo African word applied to the reptiles in the new world by African slaves. "The name appears to be one of those like anaconda and bom, boma, which the Portuguese or Spaniards very early caught up in one part of the world, and naturalized in another." [OED]