Almada


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Almada

a town in S central Portugal, on the S bank of the Tagus estuary opposite Lisbon: statue of Christ 110 m (360 ft.) high, erected 1959. Pop.: 160 826 (2001)
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Autor de um conjunto inigualavel de obras escultoricas no espaco publico, importa aqui referenciar e analisar aquelas que estao implantadas na cidade de Almada a partir do contexto historico e politico da sua realizacao.
Director Sean Walls said: "We are really pleased with the move to Almada Street.
(2) Department of Periodontology, Instituto Superior de Ciencias da SaUde Egas Moniz, Monte da Caparica, Almada, Portugal
LOS ANGELES -- Filipina American nurse Alysha Almada settled with a hospital in Southern California that she said fired her for trying to start a union.
Santos, who was born in Almada, Portugal but holds a British passport after moving to England aged one, is set to report for a training camp with the Portugal Under-21s next month.
The Almada family of Sinaloa, Mexico sought refuge from the civil unrest of the Mexican Revolution, emigrating to the United States in 1914.
It was within this context that the well-known human rights activist and attorney Martin Almada, the person responsible in 1992 for uncovering the Archivos de Terror--documents detailing the repressive history of the Stroessner dictatorship and its involvement in Operacion Condor (NotiSur, July 23, 2004), which Paraguay carried out in cooperation with Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, and Chile--recently returned his attention to a case originally presented in 1989 by the Fundacion Celestina Perez de Almada (FCPA).