Countries of North America in Last Two Letter Order

The countries of North America have been arranged in order of their last two letters, with nations sharing the same last letter pairs listed in alphabetical order. Can you name them?
Three countries also appear in the Countries 197 to 204 quiz
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Last updated: September 22, 2015
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ao
Curaçao
 
as
Bahamas
Honduras
 
ba
Aruba
Cuba
 
ca
Costa Rica
Dominica
Jamaica
co
Mexico
 
da
Antigua and Barbuda
Canada
Grenada
 
en
Sint Maarten
 
es
Saint Vincent and
the Grenadines
United States
go
Trinidad and Tobago
 
ia
Saint Lucia
 
ic
Dominican Republic
 
is
Saint Kitts and Nevis
 
la
Guatemala
ma
Panama
 
or
El Salvador
 
os
Barbados
 
ti
Haiti
 
ua
Nicaragua
 
ze
Belize
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Level 75
Sep 22, 2015
If you have questions about Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten, which appear, as the instructions say, in the Countries 197 to 204 quiz, please Wikipedia them first! They were created in 2010 when the Netherlands Antilles were dissolved, and are partner countries, alongside the country of the Netherlands, in the 4-country grouping of Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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Level 64
Sep 22, 2015
I have a question about Sint Maarten. So I Wikipediad it, found the capital, national anthem, location, motto, flag, etc. But it didn't answer my question: can you add some type-ins for it? :)
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Level 75
Sep 22, 2015
Type-ins for Sint Maarten have been there the whole time! It's different from your suggestion below because it also accepts St at the start, but doesn't allow St Martin or Saint Martin, which is the name of the French half of the island.
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Level 64
Sep 28, 2015
Dang, I Wiki'd it for nothing! Hey, but I did learn a few helpful and useless things about the area. :D
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Level 64
Sep 22, 2015
RegEx: ^SA?INTMA+RT[EI]N