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bandeira

(bə̃deɪˈiːrə)
n
an expedition in search of gold or slaves
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Furthermore, it has been shown that Aeromonas hydrophila and Citrobacter freundii, were the cause of fish injuries and mortality of naturally infected silver catfish, and Raoultella ornithinolytica was the cause of human intoxication by histamine due to the consumption of contaminated fish (KANKI et al., 2002; BANDEIRA JUNIOR et al., 2017).
For Professor Salomao Bandeira, a marine botanist at the University of Eduardo Mondlane in Maputo, this was the beginning of three days of anguish.
In order to carry out the decommissioning of the upstream dams safely and quickly, Vale will temporarily halt the production of the units where the structures are located, namely: Aboboras, Vargem Grande, Capitao do Mato and Tamandua operations, in the Vargem Grande complex; and the Jangada, Fabrica, Segredo, Joao Pereira and Alto Bandeira operations, in the Paraopebas complex, also including the stoppage of the Fabrica and Vargem Grande pelletizing plants.
Assim, mesmo nao tendo sido um epistolografo tao contumaz quanto Mario de Andrade, Cabral escreveu muitas cartas, sendo mais conhecidas, pois publicadas, aquelas destinadas a Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Manuel Bandeira, Ledo Ivo e Clarice Lispector.
Prepared by Joana Barata Tavares, MD, and Alexandra Bandeira, MD
arriei o meu cavalo e peguei uma estrada muito velha aonde existia uma bandeira muito antiga ...
GRAEME BANDEIRA It doesn't don't fear are the team momentum.
Ja o icone/simbolo escolhido para traduzir as diretrizes dieteticas do novo guia para a populacao adulta brasileira foi a Bandeira do Brasil.
Nesses discursos, as mulheres nao passavam de coadjuvantes e colaboradoras que carregavam o estandarte, a bandeira da agremiacao, integravam as alas das "amadoras"/"pastoras".
Santo Antao police chief Cipriano Bandeira told the Press Association officers believed it was a murder-suicide and that they were not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths.