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amarant

(ˈæməˌrænt)
n
another name for amaranth
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Without any provocation, the Chinese allegedly broke the car's window and beat up Joel Caguiat, 43 Carlos Federico Gil, 42, and Amarante Orias, 40.
Also included will be three neoclassical one-act ballets, which include two pieces by Brazilian choreographer Ricardo Amarante: Love Fear Loss, a ballet set to songs by Edith Piaf that focuses on Piaf's remarkable life story; and A Fuego Lento, a ballet that uses the rhythms of a Samba and Tango to tell a passionate story about the flush of first love.
Estudo transversal realizado com adolescentes praticantes de futsal da cidade de Sao Goncalo do Amarante, Ceara.
These are Andres Catig, Arvin Santos, Christine Capili, Cyriel Cleope, Cyrill Jan Mustera, Deo Carlos Amarante, Dhan Louie Bautista, Dominic Nelson Jinon, Hardy DC Santos, Jayroll Francisco, Jessica Lopez, Jheco Lorica, John Nikko Pelaez, Kenneth Santiago, Ralph Lauren Barola, Ronald Dulay, Richelle Kirk Tabanera and Wendi Patok.
Apples containing less than 100mg [kg.sup.-1] P have high risks of developing physiological disorders during and after storage (AMARANTE et al., 2012).
Mineral analysis of fruit before harvesting is a complementary measure to predict the risk of fruit deterioration due to physiological disorders during storage (AMARANTE et al., 2009).
American Riviera Bank had been operating from a loan production office headed by Neil Amarante, SVP/Regional Credit Manager with Ann Hansen, VP/Commercial & Ag Banking Officer; Paul Tognazzini, Community Relationship Officer; Tyler Flesner, AVP/Senior Credit Analyst; Emily Brush, Credit Assistant and Nancy Enholm, Residential Loan Processor.
"These Venezuelans are transient; they are constantly entering and leaving the country," Interior Minister Carlos Amarante Baret told EFE.
[beaucoup moins que] L'amour, c'est comme les oiseaux[beaucoup plus grand que] est le nouvel ouvrage de la romanciAaAaAeA?re et fondatrice Centre de crAaAaAeA@ation Riad Sahara Nour dans la ville ocre, Lucile Berna paru aux AaAaAeA@ditions L'harmattan, collection Amarante. Le roman rela l'histoire de la jeune fille Lou.
In addition to the World heritage cities, many others also stand out, including Viana do Castelo, Braga, Caminha, Barcelos, Ponte de Lima and Amarante, in the north, viseu in the center, as well as Santarem and Setubal, closer to Lisbon, Tavira and Silves in Algarve, and Funchal and Ponta Delgada in Madeira and the Azores, respectively.