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roncador

(ˈrɒŋkəˌdɔː)
n
(Animals) US any of several types of fish found along the Pacific Coast of North America
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(31.) Carreras J, Lopez-Guillermo A, Fox BC, Colomo L, Martinez A, Roncador G, et al.
Mapeamento atual do uso e cobertura das terras da sub-bacia do riacho Roncador em Timon (MA) utilizando imagens do Google Earth.
A few other native estuarine species potentially present but not detected during this survey are diamond turbot (Pleuronichthyes guttulatus), shiner perch (Cymatogaster aggregata), yellowfin croaker (Umbrina roncador), arrow goby (Clevelandia ios), longjaw mudsucker (Gillichthys miribalis), and California halibut (Paralichthys californicus).
As Sonia Roncador explains in Poeticas do empobrecimento (2002)--to the best of my knowledge, the most rigorous study among the rare studies that have been devoted to Objeto gritante to date -, with Agua viva "Clarice abandona o projeto de criar um texto hibrido, composto de fragmentos de diferentes formas narrativas, eliminando assim muitas irregularidades de tema, estilo e tom que caracterizam sua escrita heterogenea" (52, my emphasis).
She said: "Everything that has been constructed in the investigation, his emotional history, the deletion of his social networks, leads us to believe that he voluntarily threw himself into he sea." According to police, Kenny took an Uber from the recording studios to the Mirante do Roncador, a rock jutting out into the sea and Rio's remotest beach on the far edge of the Recreio dos Bandeirantes district.
Roncador et al., "High numbers of tumor-infiltrating programmed cell death 1-positive regulatory lymphocytes are associated with improved overall survival in follicular lymphoma," Journal of Clinical Oncology, vol.