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 (kăm-pē′nəs, käN-)
A city of southeast Brazil north-northwest of São Paulo. It grew as the center of a coffee-producing region in the 1800s.


(kæmˈpiːnəs; Portuguese kəmˈpiːnəʃ)
(Placename) a city in SE Brazil, in São Paulo state: centre of a rich agricultural region, producing esp coffee. Pop: 2 640 000 (2005 est)


(kæmˈpi nəs)

a city in SE Brazil, NNW of São Paulo. 566,627.
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is a Delaware company with its principal offices in New York and Campinas, Brazil.
Kennedy Airport and Miami to Campinas, Brazil (VCP).
People should be aware that their cholesterol and triglyceride levels vary significantly year-round, which in some cases, may lead to a misinterpretation of a person's actual cardiovascular risk," Filipe Moura, MD, a PhD student at the State University of Campinas, Brazil and the study's lead investigator said.
The recorded vocalizations are at the Fonoteca Neotropical 'Jacques Vielliard', Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil.
SABIC's Innovative Plastics business has announced that its manufacturing facilities in Campinas, Brazil, and Tortuguitas, Argentina, are now certified to produce U.
October 7 2010 - Fortitech South America has today announced plans to double the size of the company's facility in Campinas, Brazil to 65,000 sq/ft.
Use of the long-term injectable contraceptive depot-medroxy-progesterone acetate (DMPA) is associated with weight gain among normal-weight and overweight women, but not among obese women, according to a retrospective analysis conducted in Campinas, Brazil.
EMC also hired Eldorado Research Institute in Campinas, Brazil, to undertake software research and development, according to its statement issued today in Sao Paulo.
PhD student, PhD Program of Physical Education, College of Physical Education, Campinas State University, Campinas, Brazil.
Holly Cavrell, a professor in Dance at the University of Campinas, Brazil, has danced with Martha Graham, Paul Sanasardo, and 5 X 2 Plus.
The winner of the New Ideas 5K award for farthest distance traveled to participate is Nadja Scali of Galena Quimica & Farmaceutica, from Campinas, Brazil.
Mammana of the Renato Archer Research Center in Campinas, Brazil.