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BRAZIL
CONSTITUTION
BRAZILIAN DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT
BRAZILIAN ARMED FORCES
BRAZILIAN FEDERAL POLICE
BRAZILIAN ARMY
CONSTITUTION OF BRAZIL
BEACHES
BRAZILIAN BAPTIST CONVENTION
ABADA-CAPOEIRA
ALBUM
ALLTV
ANAPU
ARTICLES
ATOL DAS ROCAS
BAND
BANK
BAPTIST
BARRA
BEACH
BEZERROS
BOVESPA
BRAZILIAN BEER
BRAZILIAN CRUZEIRO
BRAZIL STUBS
CAMPINAS
CANDELARIA CHURCH
CANDELARIA MASSACRE
CANELA
CANOINHAS
CAPITANIA
CARLA MORENO
CARLOS MARIGHELLA
CATAGUASES
CATUPIRY
CELSO AMORIM
CHEESE
CHEGA DE SAUDADE
CHINESE BRAZILIAN
CINGAPURA PROJECT
COALHO
CONGRESS
CORREIOS
COTIL
COUNCIL
COURSE
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Brazil

  1. Brazil is a Democratic Republic, free from natural cataclisms, with a huge natural diversity (you can be on the beach this week, next week in the jungle). (Web site)
  2. Brazil IS an "Aryan" country if you just take into account the States in the South region.
  3. Brazil - The reign of Pedro II lasted nearly half a century and constituted perhaps the most varied and fruitful epoch in Brazilian history.
  4. BRAZIL is a unique player in international climate change negotiations.
  5. Brazil is a Latin American nation, but this does not tell the whole truth.

Constitution

  1. A constitution is a system, often codified as a written document, that establishes the rules and principles that govern an organization or political entity. (Web site)
  2. A constitution is a system, often codified in a written document, which establishes the rules and principles by which an organization is governed.
  3. A constitution was adopted (1853) based on the principles enunciated by Juan Bautista Alberdi. (Web site)
  4. The Constitution was long and detailed, giving technical specifications for individual organs of government.
  5. The constitution was denounced as "obsolete" as the "new institutions" were not foreseen in it. (Web site)

Brazilian Democratic Movement

  1. The PMDB (Brazilian Democratic Movement Party) remained the largest party in Congress, retaining the presidency of the Senate. (Web site)
  2. The Brazilian Democratic Movement Party chose as its candidate Tancredo Neves, 74, a moderate, avuncular lawyer and governor of Minas Gerais state.
  3. The Brazilian Democratic Movement Party (known as the PMDB in Portuguese) has voted to leave Lula's governing coalition.

Brazilian Armed Forces

  1. Brazilian armed forces are the largest in Latin America.
  2. The Brazilian armed forces are the largest in Latin America.

Brazilian Federal Police

  1. A civil servant traveling on a VITEM-1 instead of an official visa will need to register with the Brazilian Federal Police.
  2. When traveling using a newly-issued VITEM-1, you must register with the Brazilian Federal Police within 30 days of first entry into Brazil.
  3. The Brazilian Federal Police and ICE (U.S. law enforcement) share information on suspected fugitives and criminals on a routine basis.

Brazilian Army

  1. The Brazilian Army is the land arm of the Brazilian Military force. (Web site)
  2. The Brazilian Army is the land arm of the Brazilian Military. (Web site)
  3. The Brazilian Army was not segregated, one of its positive points.

Constitution of Brazil

  1. The constitution of Brazil may be amended with the consent of both houses of Congress by a majority of three-fifths.
  2. He was largely responsible for the republican constitution of Brazil and was the champion of law and liberty under recurrent dictatorships. (Web site)

Beaches

  1. The beaches are numerous there, and the carnival one of is animated of Bahia.
  2. The beaches are really one long beach uninterrupted by geographical variations, wide open, with little vegetation and occasional dunes. (Web site)
  3. The beaches are the main attractions: 43, altogether. (Web site)

Brazilian Baptist Convention

  1. The first Brazilian church was organized in 1882, and twenty-five years later the Brazilian Baptist Convention was formed in 1907 in Salvador.
  2. In 2005, the Brazilian Baptist Convention had 1.100.000 members in 6000 congregations.
  3. The amazing story of the Brazilian Baptist Convention is the work of their Foreign Mission Board.

Abada-Capoeira

  1. ABADA-Capoeira is the biggest Capoeira Group in the whole world.

Album

  1. The album was honored with the prestigious Smooth Jazz Award soon after its release.
  2. The album was produced by Kiko Loureiro, Angra's guitarist. (Web site)
  3. The album was recorded during the tour Tribuzy made with all the special guests from the first album live in Brazil in November 2005. (Web site)

Alltv

  1. AllTV is a Brazilian internet television channel.

Anapu

  1. Anapu is a Brazilian city of Par- state.
  2. Anapu is a city in Par--, Brazil.

Articles

  1. Articles are derived from a variety of sources representing a wide range of opinions. (Web site)
  2. The articles are distributed under the terms of GNU Free Documentation License.
  3. The articles are not overly technical in nature, making them appropriate for a broad audience.

Atol Das Rocas

  1. Atol das Rocas is a Biological Reserve and is only visited by researchers.
  2. Atol das Rocas is a beautiful rocky volcanic atol, designated a biological reserve by the Brazilian government.
  3. Atol das Rocas is a biological reserve created in Brazil.
  4. Atol das Rocas is a biological reserve that belongs to the State of Rio Grande do Norte.
  5. Atol das Rocas is a biological reserve visited only by researchers.

Band

  1. The band was born in the end of 1981. (Web site)
  2. The band was formed again. (Web site)
  3. The band was idealized by and composed of members of the Brazilian comedy act Hermes & Renato that aired on MTV circa 2002.
  4. The band was idealized by and composed of members of the Brazilian comedy act Hermes & Renato that aired on MTV circa 2002. (Web site)
  5. The band was quite successful and well known, counting on with a legion of fans. (Web site)

Bank

  1. The bank was born in the southeastern state of Minas Gerais.
  2. The bank was then US$ 1 billion in the red. (Web site)

Baptist

  1. Baptist is a term describing individuals belonging to a Baptist church or a Baptist denomination.
  2. They believe those who are removing the name "Baptist" from their churches are "compromising with the world" to attract more members.

Barra

  1. Barra is a beautiful, wide, white sand beach about 20-25 minutes from Copa.
  2. Barra is also a great place for kiteboarding, there are some kiteboarding schools just next to Praia do Pepe where you can learn this incredible new sport. (Web site)
  3. Barra was ok, but it’s no Ipanema. (Web site)

Beach

  1. The beach is part of an important ecological reserve, also formed by Resting Island and Santa Rita Forest.
  2. The beach is way too full to be nice on the weekends.

Bezerros

  1. Yearly, on May 18th Bezerros celebrates its political emancipation. (Web site)
  2. The economy of Bezerros is benefited by the proximity with the capital, Recife. (Web site)
  3. It goes all the way around downtown Bezerros from three o’clock in the morning, with followers wearing pajamas, nightgowns and petty coats.

Bovespa

  1. The benchmark indicator of Bovespa is the 50-stock --ndice Bovespa.
  2. See more at the site www.bovespa.com.br. (Web site)
  3. BOVESPA, under the terms of Article 8, first paragraph, and Article 17 of Law No.

Brazilian Beer

  1. Brazilian beer is a great national asset, always served very cold. (Web site)
  2. Brazilian beer is a very good lager which is served in draught form (chopp) or bottled. (Web site)

Brazilian Cruzeiro

  1. The Brazilian Cruzeiro is the currency in Brazil (BR, BRA). The symbol for BRC can be written ---. (Web site)

Brazil Stubs

  1. Pesquise por Brazil stubs em outros artigos.
  2. Procure por Brazil stubs no Wikilivros, o nosso proje(c)to irm-o.
  3. Procure por Brazil stubs na fonte de not-cias livre, o Wikinot-cias.

Campinas

  1. Campinas is a city and county ( munic----pio) located in the state of S----o Paulo, Brazil.
  2. Campinas is a major telecommunications hub in the state and in the country.
  3. Campinas is a major telecommunications hub in the state and in the country[ citation needed].
  4. Campinas is also the administrative center of the meso-region of the same name, with 3,641,766 inhabitants (2005 est.) and 49 cities.
  5. Campinas is also the administrative center of the meso-region of the same name, with 3.27 million inhabitants and 43 cities.

Candelaria Church

  1. The Candelaria church is a Catholic church that holds mass on Sundays and other, typical services of the Catholic religion. (Web site)

Candelaria Massacre

  1. The Candelaria massacre was also perpetrated by police officers, as retaliation for the killing of four of their own.
  2. The Candelaria massacre was an event in Rio de Janeiro on the night of July 23, 1993.
  3. The Candelaria massacre was an event in Rio de Janeiro, beside the Candelaria church, on the night of July 23, 1993.

Canela

  1. Canela is a Ge language spoken in Brazil .
  2. Canela is a small and beauty city in the region of hydrangeas, in the sierra Gaucha, surrounded by forest and valley.
  3. Canela is a small town with an abundance of natural beauty, including the Cascata do Caracol, a waterfall with a drop of one hundred and thirty one metres.
  4. Canela is part of the Rota Rom--ntica or Romantic Route, a touristic scenic bypass. (Web site)
  5. Canela is the next stop, 8 kilometers ahead. (Web site)

Canoinhas

  1. Canoinhas is a Brazilian city, in the north plateau of the State of Santa Catarina. (Web site)

Capitania

  1. Caldas Novas belonged to the Capitania of S-o Paulo, while Brazil was a Portugal's colony. (Web site)
  2. He arrived in the district ( capitania, in Portuguese) of Esp--rito Santo on May 23 1535, bringing 60 soldiers, slaves and servants with him. (Web site)
  3. Em carta datada de 11.03.1535, El-Rei, D. Jo-o III, doou um quinh-o de terra com 100 l-guas, que tomou o nome de Capitania do Rio Grande, a Jo-o de Barros.

Carla Moreno

  1. Once again, two triathletes did not finish ( Carla Moreno started both, but finished neither).
  2. Carla Moreno (BRA) leads after the first lap. (Web site)
  3. She was one of two Brazilian athletes, along with Carla Moreno, to not finish the competition. (Web site)

Carlos Marighella

  1. Carlos Marighella was instrumental in developing and organizing a leftist insurgency movement in Brazil until he was killed in 1969.
  2. Carlos Marighella was killed in a police ambush in November 1969 and the ALN was defunct within a year. (Web site)

Cataguases

  1. Cataguases is a city located in the southeastern part of the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil. (Web site)

Catupiry

  1. Catupiry is a popular kind of cream cheese here and it---s used in many dishes, as pizza topping, pie filling, etc. (Web site)
  2. Catupiry is a soft Brazilian cream cheese made of cow's milk. (Web site)
  3. Catupiry is a trade mark cream cheese popular in Brazil.

Celso Amorim

  1. CELSO AMORIM: I don---t know how cohesive Mercosur was before.
  2. O Lula mencionou o caso para o presidente Bush, o chanceler Celso Amorim mandou carta para Condoleezza Rice etc. (Web site)
  3. The FOREIGN MINISTER in this government, Celso Amorim, is a career diplomat rather than a politician. (Web site)

Cheese

  1. The cheese are soaked in water for 24 hours before consumption. (Web site)
  2. The cheese are stored then for at least 2 weeks and perhaps for as long as 6 months. (Web site)

Chega De Saudade

  1. Chega de Saudade is a well-known Bossa Nova by Antonio Carlos Jobim (1927-1994), arguably the most important Brazilian songwriter of the 20th century. (Web site)

Chinese Brazilian

  1. The Chinese Brazilian population was estimated to be approximately 300,000 in 2005.
  2. A Chinese Brazilian (Portuguese: sino-brasileiro or chin--s-brasileiro) is a person of Chinese ancestry or origin who was born or is living in Brazil.

Cingapura Project

  1. The Cingapura project is a low-cost housing initiative in S--o Paulo, Brazil. (Web site)
  2. The Cingapura project is an low-cost housing initiative in in S-o Paulo, Brazil.

Coalho

  1. The visitor can't miss the sun-dried meat with rice, white beans and coalho cheese.
  2. Curd cheese, "queijo de coalho", from the North-East of Brazil is a typical example of this. (Web site)
  3. They observed that the milk then coagulated, and that the curd was very tasty, thus giving rise to "Coalho Cheese". (Web site)

Congress

  1. Congress was closed (although not abolished) and all crimes against 'national security' were now subjected to military justice.
  2. Congress was controlled by government party (ARENA) and failed to pass the law.
  3. Congress was dissolved, those representatives not to military taste being removed. (Web site)
  4. Congress was reluctant to give Goulart the mandate because of military opposition to his apparent left-wing tendencies.

Correios

  1. With the creation of the Probing Comission (which became known as the "CPI dos Correios"), Jefferson was isolated. (Web site)
  2. According to Marinho, there was a scheme set up inside the Correios ("It's possible to steal anything in the Correios", he said). (Web site)

Cotil

  1. It also runs two professional vocational high schools, COTUCA (in Campinas) and COTIL (in Limeira). (Web site)
  2. Post a question or answer questions about "COTIL" at WikiAnswers.

Council

  1. The council was called by Pope Urban II to discuss sending the First Crusade to the Holy Land.
  2. The council was composed of the presidents of the parties supporting the government. (Web site)

Course

  1. The course are understandably placed, but there are a moderate become of advertisements that are parsed in between the sailing and card bars.
  2. The course was designed by Alister Mackenzie in 1935 and with mounds, bunkers and contouring, every hole is tricky. (Web site)

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