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braza

(Spanish brɑθɑ)
n
(Units) obsolete a unit of measurement used in Spain and Latin America, equal to 167 centimetres
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Braza De Brazil 121: (Mohammad Azam 25, Amjad 33, Wasim 20; Saqib 4 for 10, Raheem 3 for 17, Jeno 2 for 21) beat Zamil Cool Care 82: (Tariq Butt 4 for 16, Afridi 2 for 13, Umair 2 for 20) by 39 runs.
Milford 2, Oliver Ames 1: Junior Melissa Braza scored two first-half goals as the Scarlet Hawks dealt Oliver Ames its first loss.
Event sponsors included Bahrain International Circuit, VIVA karting track, Mei N Yu Restaurant, Braza De Brazil and New York Coffee, among others.
I'm looking forward to day five after we have interacted with our strategic partners and the sponsors of Braza and our invitees.
Luiz Fernando Correa, general director of Brazil's Federal Police and Rodriguez Braza, head of the General Direction of Cuban National Revolutionary Police signed a letter of intent between the Cuban Ministry of Interior and the Brazilian Justice Ministry, to strengthen cooperation in fighting transnational organized crime and for technical exchange to contribute to the improvement of efforts in the field based on mutual respect of sovereignty.
Laterza MC, Demator LD, Trombetta IC, Braza AM, Roveda F, Alves MJ, Negrao CE and Rondon MU.
Each person in contact with himself or herself and each in contact with the other" (as cited in Braza, 1997).
Midlands Six East (South): Anstey, Aylestonians, Kempston, March BRAZA, St Neots, Stamford College, Thorney, Wellingborough OG.
2000; Braza and Dussauge, 1998; Monin, and Yaglom, 1971; Orszag and Kells, 1980; Piquet, 1999; Pope, 2000; Rodi, 1980; Wilcox, 1994).
Sieber SC, Gelfman NA, Dandurand R, Braza R Ectopic ACTH and adrenal myelolipoma.