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bandeirante

(bə̃deɪiːˈrə̃̃t)
n
a 16th–18th-century Portugese explorer in South America motivated by profit, known for hunting down natives for slaves as well as for locating mines of precious stones and metals
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Alta Floresta, Marcelandia and Nova Bandeirantes counties located in Southern Amazon, Northern Mato Grosso State, Brazil.
Diante disso, este estudo faz uma analise do financiamento e do gasto do SUS mostrando os diferentes padroes de financiamento e os diferentes modelos de gastos em saude publica dos sete municipios da regiao de saude Rota dos Bandeirantes do estado de Sao Paulo no periodo de 2009 a 2012.
Experiment was carried out at Usina de Acucar e Alcool Bandeirantes USIBAN (23o05'14'' S, 50o20'44'' W; altitude: 421 m.
Using OpenText B2B Managed Services, Refrescos Bandeirantes easily connects its retailers through the OpenText Trading Grid, a cloud-based B2B integration network, to increase its supply chain visibility and grow its business network.
Por la presencia de bandeirantes los jesuitas se vieron forzados a reubicar sus establecimientos, ello determino tambien uno de los rasgos mas singulares de esta region; la organizacion y movilizacion de milicias de indios para la defensa de las misiones.
Radio e Televisao Record S/A, SBT - Sistema Brasileiro de Televisao, Radio e Televisao Bandeirantes Ltda.
Despite the differences in the articulation of the concept of bandeirantes in Mario and Oswald de Andrade, Gouveia perceives in their work traces of the same mentality of paulista supremacy that can be found in Prado's books.
Bandeirantes TV and news agencies AFP and Xinhua; telecommunications services
17 April 2014 - US social music services provider Rdio Inc said it had formed a music distribution joint venture with Brazilian media conglomerate Grupo Bandeirantes De Comunicacao.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 17, 2014-Rdio sets up JV with Grupo Bandeirantes in Brazil
still reeling from the death of TV Bandeirantes cameraperson Santiago Andrade, who died from injuries sustained when a flare exploded next to his head during a violent protest in Rio de Janeiro on February, 10.
A cameraman for the Bandeirantes network was hit in the head with some kind of explosive device, and had to undergo surgery.