All Saints Bay

All Saints Bay,

Brazil: see Todos os Santos BayTodos os Santos Bay
[Port.,=all-saints bay], inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, 25 mi (40 km) long and 20 mi (32 km) wide, E Bahia, Brazil. It receives the Paraguaçu River. Brazil's first oil field (1939) is located N of Salvador, the bay's chief city.
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For an hour we motored out through light rain and four-foot seas to the rocks guarding the entrance to All Saints Bay. "Over there," cried a crewmember, pointing out to the right.
Although anyone who is flexible, strong, and balanced can learn the circular kicks, one-handed handstands, and cartwheels of capoeira, its subtleties can only be absorbed along the coast of Baia de Todos os Santos (All Saints Bay).
Punitive Dutch expeditions entered All Saints Bay in 1638, not 1634 (pp.