Fidalgo


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Fi`dal´go


n.1.The lowest title of nobility in Portugal, corresponding to that of Hidalgo in Spain.
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A consultant for issues of Roma in the European Commission's Directorate-General for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations, Marta Garcia Fidalgo, said their support was needed to better integrate Roma.
Similarly, to determine if there was a temporal effect, 15 sampling events were pooled from the two locations sampled most frequently, Fidalgo Bay and Mud Bay, and a one-way ANOVA was performed on anesthetization success.
Dominancia (proporcion del territorio ocupado visualmente por una determinada especie--mas dominante-menos dominante--) Fuente: A partir de Sanchez Sanchez (2017); Fidalgo (2014).
Ammar, however, immediately regained his bearings as he defeated Spain's FM Javier Fidalgo Fernandez to move to joint third place with five points.
Jeff Welcion lives on Fidalgo Island, Washington, and is interested in all things vintage and mechanical.
Nas Myrtaceae em geral, a abertura das flores ocorre no inicio da manha (entre 04:00 e 06:00, continuando viaveis ate o entardecer (Proenca e Gibbs, 1994; Fidalgo, 2002).
com)-- 2016 Anacortes Bier on the Pier offers guests the option to begin their sampling tour Friday evening from 5pm-9pm, completing it Saturday from 12pm-6pm, or plan to attend the event on either Friday night or Saturday, leaving plenty of time to explore the myriad of exciting adventures awaiting you on beautiful Fidalgo Island.
Fidalgo Rodriguez F, Navarro Cecilia J, Rioja Torrejon L.
dendrobii known until now are the gregarious endoparasitoids Anisophleps alternata Fidalgo, 1981 and Metaphycus terani Fidalgo, 1981 (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), which have been observed on citrus in Tucuman, Argentina (Fidalgo, 1981).
Nuno Fidalgo, (1) Hugo Pinheiro, (2) Frederico Ferronha, (2) Jorge Morales, (2) and Luis Campos Pinheiro (2)
Por ultimo Cesar Fidalgo Diez y Marta Martinez analizan la coleccion desde una perspectiva cuantitativa y de las transformaciones espaciales respectivamente.
Sin embargo, Fidalgo (2009) situa el 2000 como el punto de surgimiento de la mayor parte de emisoras de radio universitaria en Espana.