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A·ra·ca·ju

 (ä-rä′kä-zho͞o′)
A city of eastern Brazil near the Atlantic Ocean south-southwest of Recife. It is a commercial center in a cotton- and sugar-producing region.
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Aracajú

(Portuguese ərəkəˈʒu)
n
(Placename) a port in E Brazil, capital of Sergipe state. Pop: 701 000 (2005 est)
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A•ra•ca•jú

(ˌɑr ə kəˈʒu)

n.
the capital of Sergipe, in NE Brazil. 299,622.
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