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Campo

 

(Portuguese, “plain”), savanna-type vegetation in Brazil.

Campos cerrados consist of sparse, low-growing (2–3 m) trees and shrubs and stiff matted grasses; campos limpos are treeless and consist of grassy herbs.

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Contact point(s): AlcaldE[degrees]a del Ayuntamiento de Medina del Campo
One of the reasons Campo di Bocce was chosen to host this competition is the fact that it is considered one of the top Bocce facilities in the U.
In turn, Campo described his kidnapping incident as a "nightmare and horrible experience.
Campo will stay in the side for the tough clash with Arsenal on Saturday, with Megson happy to have resolved the latest dressing room problem.
Lataye R, Campo P, Pouyates B, Cossec B, Blachere V, Morel G.
As ever, this latest building extends Campo Baeza's preoccupation with an exacting minimalism of form and detail, but one that also employs materials and the effects of light in quite a sumptuous way (recalling, for instance, the alabaster wall at the Caja Granada bank headquarters, AR August 2002).
Rafa Benitez worked with Campo when he was managing Real Madrid's `B' team.
Bennett suggests that Bellin Campo, from the 1662 Hayes, was written during the Civil War, while The Sociable Companions, from the 1668 Plays Never Before Printed, was written shortly after the Restoration.
For while most of his fellow Fly boys drift in and out of coherency and consciousness--one even has a GHB overdose on-camera while his two attending buddies reminisce about their own trips to the ER--Del Campo remains sober, articulate, and remarkably self-possessed throughout.
Campo is the latest big-name signing to join Bolton with Youri Djorkaeff and Jay-jay Okocha arriving in the summer.
Campo, at one time the top single general agent nationwide for Travelers Insurance Co.
Campo last month reported it had closed all 20 of its stores and was selling its assets.