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"Remember, men - though we come from many lands and call home many islands around the world, today we fight as one. Today we are the Pirates of the Caribbean!"
Elizabeth Swann[src] (original screenplay)

"Pirates of the Caribbean" was a phrase used to refer to any number of notorious pirates operating in the Caribbean Sea, commonly during the Age of Piracy.

Upon their release from the Buccaneer's Heart, the spirit of Bartholomew Roberts referred to himself and fellow spirits Edward Teach, Henry Morgan and Mary Reade as "the pirates of the Caribbean".[1]

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