Almada

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Almada

(Portuguese ɑlˈmɑːdə)
n
(Placename) a town in S central Portugal, on the S bank of the Tagus estuary opposite Lisbon: statue of Christ 110 m (360 ft) high, erected 1959. Pop: 160 826 (2001)
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Santos, who was born in Almada, Portugal but holds a British passport after moving to England aged one, is set to report for a training camp with the Portugal Under-21s next month.
I am Chairman of the Portuguese Association of Obstetric Nurses (APEO), having been a male midwife since 1989, I was head of the midwives and nurses team in the Maternal-Fetal Medicine Service at the Hospital Garcia de Orta, in Almada, Portugal, from 1991 to 1997 and worked most recently in the delivery room at the Hospital Sao Bernardo, in Setubal, Portugal.
The 19-year-old - who was born in Almada, Portugal but holds a British passport after moving to England as a toddler - made 24 appearances at the heart of the Posh defence as the club finished ninth in League One.