Paranaíba

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Pa·ra·na·í·ba

 (păr′ə-nə-ē′bə, pä′rä-nä-ē′bä)
A river, about 805 km (500 mi) long, of south-central Brazil. It is one of the headstreams of the Paraná River.
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2009) in the Sao Francisco River basin, Cichla piquiti Kullander & Ferreira 2006 in the Paranaiba River Basin (Vieira et al.
Alstom is the leader of a consortium, including Orteng and Camargo Correa, selected by Cemig (Companhia Energetica de Minas Gerais) to refurbish the Sao Simao hydro plant, Cemig's most powerful facility, located in Paranaiba river, between Goias and Minas Gerais States.
Trochospongilla Rocky 3913, 3940 Paranaiba river paulula Trochos-jilla Tree bark 3912, 4946 lanzamirandai Oncosclera Bivalve shells 3914, 3941 navicella and tree logs 3943, 4944 HIPS Pequena Metania spinata Sponge on 8219 Central Cyperaceae: Hidroeletrica Welesteria Garganta de confervoides Jararaca.
5 million, 662-meter Porto Alencastro bridge extends over the Paranaiba river, connecting Brazilian cities Iturama in Minas Gerais and Paranaiba in Mato Grosso do Sul, an important route for agricultural shipments to Santos port in Sao Paulo state.
2] along a 22 km stretch of the Santo Antonio River Valley in Minas Gerais, southeastern Brazil, and near Black Swans concessions along the Paranaiba River.
The Santo Antonio properties are just south of, and nearly contiguous to Black Swan's existing concessions along the Paranaiba river.