Cardoso


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Cardoso

(Portuguese kɑˈdozo)
n
(Biography) Fernando Henrique. born 1931, Brazilian statesman; president (1995–2002)

Car•do•so

(kɑrˈdoʊ zoʊ)
n.
Fernando Henrique, born 1931, president of Brazil since 1995.
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Lulas policies, especially foreign policy was seen as more assertive and more nationalist, compared to Cardoso's.
Clinton spoke alongside two other prominent leaders who also championed free markets and globalization during the 1990s - former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Brazilian ex-President Fernando Henrique Cardoso.
With that in mind, tech-oriented entrepreneurs David Haddad and Valencio Cardoso have set up Press Pass, an online journalist directory aimed at connecting people in the media with their audiences.
'Cardoso' e 'Bernacci', se diferenciam das existentes no mercado por apresentarem folhas recortadas, frutos grandes e achatados, similares aos do tomate caqui, com flores grandes e roxas.
The governor of the northern Malanje province in Angola, Boaventura Cardoso, has called for the opening of more bank branches in the region.
La polemica Cardoso en la Costa Rica de 1972", Cuadernos de teoria y metodologia de la Historia, numero 3, San Jose, Editorial de la Universidad de Costa Rica, 2011.
A two-time T&G boys' volleyball Super Teamer, Cardoso was a co-captain for coach Jeremiah Encarnacion.
Heavier than the books Mariano Cardoso had to carry to class at Capital Community College in Hartford, Conn., was the weight of the deportation order he lived with for nearly three years.
by Anabela Cardoso. Hampshire, UK: O-Books/John Hunt Publishing, Ltd., 2010, Pp.
theobromae e capaz de colonizar tecidos de plantas sem exibir sintomas de infeccao (MOHALI et al., 2005, MULLEN et al., 1991; RUBINI et al., 2005), possibilitando sua disseminacao atraves de sementes, propagulos vegetativos e porta-enxertos, de forma despercebida (CARDOSO et al., 1998; CARDOSO et al., 2004).
Jose Tito Ferreira Cardoso, 50, from Portugal, arrived in the UK the day before his 44-tonne DAF lorry hit a Land Rover Defender driven by Denis Gibbons, 68, near Tarrington, last September.
Guest speaker will be Dr Catarina Cardoso from the Carbon Trust, who leads the financial and professional services sector programme.