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barranca

[bə′raŋ·kə]
(geology)
A hole or deep break made by heavy rain; a ravine.
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Dr Kronfol and Barrancos explained that sources of stress can be external, such as family problems, financial difficulties, job or school pressure, and relationship problems, and that how we appraise reality has a major impact on how we deal with stress.
Barrancos said, "There are many effective ways to deal with stress, such as taking time out to enjoy a hobby, taking plenty of exercise, eating a healthy diet and making sure you get enough sleep.
Barrancos also said consuming excessive amounts of sugary sodas, energy drinks and caffeinated beverages could exacerbate stress and should be avoided.
The water created also travels down more than 100 barrancos across the island to supply residents.
Extra costs from the EU tariff on Brazilian products will be transferred to EU consumers," claims Edivaldo Barrancos.
Edivaldo Barrancos of Cafe Iguacu agrees, pointing out that private label soluble I accounts for more than 20% of the retail market in some EU countries.
Those at either end of the supply chain--Brazilian coffee farmers and European consumers--will suffer most," says Edivaldo Barrancos, of Cafe Iguacu.
After three trips discovering the barrancos, my favourite one is the stunning, sensational Barranco del Silo, a gem of desert beauty, undeniably a mini Grand Canyon.
Maria Eugenia's fertile and beehive-studded barranco - Guayadeque - is claimed to be the most beautiful.
For me, every barranco is beautiful, even the mere name is exciting.
Barrancos says that low coffee prices are helping his company to be more competitive internationally "We are one of the biggest soluble manufacturers in Brazil, together with Cacique and Nestle," said Barrancos, 43, whose company is also a private-label supplier.
The Brazilian soluble coffee industry has 100,000 tons of installed capacity," says Barrancos.