Saaremaa

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Saa·re·maa

also Sa·re·ma  (sär′ə-mä′)
An island of western Estonia in the Baltic Sea at the mouth of the Gulf of Riga. Long strategically important, it has been controlled by the Teutonic Knights and by Livonia, Denmark, Sweden, Russia, and Estonia.

Saa•re•maa

(ˈsɑr əˌmɑ)

n.
an island in the Baltic, at the mouth of the Gulf of Riga, belonging to Estonia. 1048 sq. mi. (2714 sq. km).
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Total quantity or scope: The amount available for the framework agreement, according to Annex I (necessary parts for cars and machines: DSHUNEDOARA, OSBRAD, OSDOBRA, OSGEOAGIU, OSGRADISTE, OSHUNEDOARA, OSILIA, OSSIMERIA), Schedule 2 (repair of motor vehicles and machinery From: DSHUNEDOARA, OSBRAD, OSDOBRA, OSGEOAGIU, OSGRADISTE, OSHUNEDOARA, OSILIA, OSSIMERIA), Annex 3 (motor vehicle parts and equipment necessary to: OSLUPENI, OSPETROSANI, OSPUI, OSRETEZAT) and Annex 4 (repair vehicles and machines: OSLUPENI, OSPETROSANI, OSPUI, OSRETEZAT) to specification.
Isaac Ribeiro Ferreira Leite was born in 1911 in Monte Santo de Minas, the son of Custodio Ribeiro Ferreira Leite and Osilia Soares Leite, both of traditional coffee growing families.