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A city of southern Brazil northwest of Curitiba. It is a coffee-processing center.
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(2) uepartamento de Zootecnia, Centro de Ciencias Agrarias, Universidade Estadual de Maringa, Avenida Colombo, 5790, 87020-900, Maringa, Parana, Brazil.
The blood was collected in anticoagulant-containing tubes and stored for subsequent DNA extraction in the Laboratory of Molecular Biology at the Department of Animal Science of Universidade Estadual de Maringa.
O presente estudo caracteriza-se como descritivo transversal e a coleta de dados foi realizada na cidade de Maringa, Parana, com 178 indigenas adultos, pertencentes a etnia Kaingang (n = 117) e Guarani (n = 61), que participaram ou presenciaram o II Torneio de Futebol Indigena promovido pelo GEL/UEM (Grupo de Estudos do Lazer da Universidade Estadual de Maringa).
This research is characterized as descriptive exploratory (THOMAS; NELSON, 2002), and the study was approved by the Standing Committee on Ethics in Research Involving Human Beings, CONEP, and registered in the State University of Maringa, no.
In the South region, Parana is the single state with reported autochthonous cases where three municipalities have a continuous history of occurrences since 1995: Foz do Iguazu, Maringa e Londrina (MS/ SVS 2005, 2007).
The varieties include Maringa, Zizves, Neem, Arabic Cedar, Acacia Arabia and Pazaromia.
Quanto aos aspectos eticos, o projeto que derivou este estudo foi aprovado pelo Comite Permanente de Etica em Pesquisas Envolvendo Seres Humanos (COPEP) da Universidade Estadual de Maringa - PR, sob o Parecer no 325/2011.
Friends and relatives of Reeva Steenkamp shook their heads in despair as Joel Maringa, a social worker for South Africa's department of correctional services, recommended non-custodial options.
Relatives and friends of Reeva looked stunned as social worker Joel Maringa told Judge Thokozile Masipa the athlete should serve three years of house arrest and perform two eight-hour shifts of community service per month.
Joel Maringa, a social worker in South Africa's correctional services, suggested that Pistorius be placed under correctional supervision, which would include periods of house arrest, for three years and that he perform community service during that time.
Arguing against a prison term, correctional services social worker Joel Maringa said Pistorius was a "co-operative" person who should be sentenced to three years of "correctional supervision", which would mean the athlete would have to spend a portion of the day at home.