brunizem

brunizem

(ˈbruːnəˌzɛm)
n
a type of dark prairie soil
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Estavel Brunizem Chernossolos 346,72 15 Vulneravel avermelhado Argiluvicos Podzolico Med.
O solo pertence a unidade de mapeamento Santa Maria e e classificado como Brunizem Hidromorfico pelo Sistema de Brasileiro de Classificacao de Solos (EMBRAPA, 1999).
The Russian terms from Dokuchaiev's original classification often refer to color: Sierozem (gray soil), Brunizem (brown soil), Chernozem (black soil).
FALLING BACK on the fond memories of the past, Sujata Bhatt was seen to be eminently engaged in writing India in its sociocultural totality in Brunizem, Monkey Shadows, The Stinking Rose, and Augotora.
Point no Point reune los poemas de Bhatt publicadas en sus tres libros anteriores: Brunizem (1998), Monkey Shadows (1991) y The Stinking Rose (1995) ademas de algunos poemas sueltos.
In her first book, Brunizem (1988; see WLT 68:4, p.
O municipio de Santa Maria caracteriza-se por apresentar relevo plano ondulado e o solo classificado como Brunizem Hidromorfico (EMBRAPA, 1999).
Brunizem, in short, has a comfortable air of having told us all about its preliminaries elsewhere.
In her first book, Brunizem (1988), the continents where she has lived--Asia, Europe, and North America--are used as her poetic landscapes.