Braz.

Braz.

abbr.
1. Brazil
2. Brazilian
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Braz.

abbreviation for
(Placename) Brazil(ian)
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At a December ceremony to be held in Monaco, Farah (right) will come up against the likes of Usain Bolt, new 400m world record holder Wayde van Niekerk, and Brazil's shock Olympic pole vault champion Thiago Braz.
BRAZIL has a brand new hero - and his name is Braz.
Solicitors Kevin P Kilrane, acting on behalf e d d of Pat Sweeney, Anne Daly, Catherine and Damien Hanon and Vanessa Hoare, said: "Our clients were left with no further option having previously made complaints to gardai, the ISPCA and several complaints to Mr and Mrs Braz."
"Given that refrigeration costs account for more than 60% of the energy bill in your typical refrigerated warehouse, creating an efficient refrigeration system is clearly critical, but so too is making changes on the operational side of the warehouse, notes Braz.
"We're trying to eliminate the need for prisons by looking at alternative means of creating public safety," said Braz. "What we need is the political will to invest in front-end solutions rather than back-end solutions."
Albert Braz. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2003.
Gonzaga completed his law studies at Coimbra (1768) and in 1782 was appointed a judge in Vila Rica, Braz. There he fell in love with Marilia, who was mentioned in his lyrics, but on the eve of their marriage (1789) he was arrested on a charge, undoubtedly false, of conspiracy.
Returning to Bahia, Braz., while in his 40s, he practiced law after his own fashion, sometimes defending the poor without charge.