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Tejo

(ˈtəʒu)
n
(Placename) the Portuguese name for the Tagus
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Ta•gus

(ˈteɪ gəs)

n.
a river in SW Europe, flowing W through central Spain and Portugal to the Atlantic at Lisbon. 566 mi. (910 km) long.
Spanish, Tajo. Portuguese, Tejo.
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The Portugal Trade and Investment Agency said development of infrastructure around the Tagus River is expected to 'deliver great potential' to nearly 900 hectares of state-owned land managed by Baia do Tejo.
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The Head of Contagious Disease Control Section of Sukabumi Health Service, Tejo Sriwijoyo, said that up to October this year a total of 593 people had suffered from dengue fever.
FORMER plain old Daniel Smith has changed his surname to Tejo and is showing his paintings at Number Nine The Gallery.
Finnish elevators and escalators maker KONE Corporation said on Tuesday (18 March) that it has been awarded a contract to supply all elevators and escalators for the new Dolce Vita Tejo shopping centre near Lisbon in Portugal.
Despite having to wear brand new boots after his luggage was lost, he did well at the Vale Do Tejo Tournament in Portugal.
SCOTLAND Under-21 boss Billy Stark paid tribute to his team after their fighting 2-2 draw with Ukraine at the Vale Do Tejo tournament in Portugal.
EVERTON midfielder Manuel Fernandes played a part in ensuring Billy Stark's first match as manager of the Scotland Under-21 side ended in defeat as hosts Portugal reached the final of the Vale do Tejo minitournament.
Stark will lead the team for the first time at the Vale do Tejo tournament in Portugal this week.