miriti

miriti

(ˌmɪrɪˈtiː)
n
(Plants) any of several palms of the genus Mauritia, which are native to South America and Trinidad and which have pinnate leaves
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Then came a picture of a cheerful and corpulent ecclesiastic in a shovel hat, sitting opposite a very thin European, and the inscription: "Lunch with Fra Cristofero at Rosario." Studies of women and babies accounted for several more pages, and then there was an unbroken series of animal drawings with such explanations as "Manatee upon Sandbank," "Turtles and Their Eggs," "Black Ajouti under a Miriti Palm"--the matter disclosing some sort of pig-like animal; and finally came a double page of studies of long-snouted and very unpleasant saurians.
Asked by her lawyer, Mr Danstan Omari, about those who had accompanied Mr Linturi, Ms Kitany said the delegation was headed by a Rufus Miriti and his wife.
Miriti Mungania, grandfather to the late Justa Mungania, questioned why her murderer was still not in custody.
Literature results indicate higher WUE in intercropping systems compared with the monocropping systems (Miriti et al., 2012; Wang et al., 2015).
Toos miriti Kalana karjaaris (Kesk-Eesti) avatud Siluri Aeroni karbonaatkivimite labiloikes leitud kaltsiitsete speleoteemidega kaasnevat baruudi mineralisatsiooni ja selgitati baruudi Sr, S ning O isotoopkoostist.
Vale ressaltar que os jovens foram identificados por pseudonimos criados e justificados pelos proprios sujeitos da pesquisa, a considerar: Docinho, Miriti, Manauara, Tapajoara e Muiraquita.
A principal fonte de renda e o comercio, alem da pecuaria, agricultura e extrativismo, especialmente de madeira, palmito e frutos de acai e miriti (IBGE, 2010).