fazenda


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fazenda

(fəˈzɛndə)
n
(Agriculture) a ranch or large estate, esp a coffee estate in Brazil in the nineteenth century
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In his hospital Fazenda we spent our time until the day when we were empowered to open the letter of instructions given to us by Professor Challenger.
I ask you to picture the shaded sitting-room of the Fazenda St.
A few years ago a cow died at this Fazenda, in consequence of having drunk some of it.
On such fazendas as these, I have no doubt the slaves pass happy and contented lives.
World-renowned Catalan chef Paco Perez is being brought in to oversee the venture, which is being launched by independent restaurant group Fazenda.
Agrcola Testa, in Argentina, and Fazenda Nossa Senhora Aparecida, in Brazil, are the first Bayer ForwardFarms outside Europe.
It will join a host of restaurants in the Exchange Flags area, including Baton Rouge, The Vincent and Fazenda.
and researcher Eline Santos also received a Special Citation for Special Feature for writing about Fazenda da Esperanca (Farm of Hope) or Fazenda, a sprawling Catholic Church-run farm in Masbate where people addicted to drugs, alcohol, gambling and sex, among others, are rehabilitated amid trees and flowering plants.
A total of 99 dogs were sampled from 10 villages and rural properties (Fazenda Nossa Senhora de Fatima, Fazenda Serra das Palmeiras, Povoado Novo Horizonte, Povoado Jacilandia, Chacara Triangulo, Entroncamento Babaculandia, Fazenda Amazonas, Povoado Floresta, Fazenda Boa Vista, Povoado Araculandia), and 105 dogs from nine urban areas (Vila Couto Magalhaes, Tiuba, Setor Palmas, Teresa Hilario, Senador, Araguaina Sul, Sao Joao, Barros).
Since 1998, the Center for Justice and International Law (CEJIL), a legal NGO serving citizens of the Americas, and the Comissao Pastoral da Terra, a Catholic NGO serving the Brazilian Amazon, have filed formal complaints with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) about the Fazenda Brasil Verde, a privately-owned cattle ranch in Para.