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Batalha

(bətä`lyə) [Port.,=battle], town (1991 pop. 3,152), W central Portugal, just S of Leiria, in Estremadura. It has a magnificent Dominican monastery and church (Santa Maria da Vitória), built by John I of Portugal to commemorate his victory (1385) over John I of Castile at nearby Aljubarrota. The monastery is now a national museum.
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Essa ultima e uma batalha com muitas frentes de combate.
A discussao ganhou maior importancia nos meios academicos, empresariais e governamentais brasileiros no final dos anos 1980, quando da abertura comercial, das politicas agricolas e industriais mal formuladas (Batalha e Silva, 2001).
Although some of the abstracts of Eca's writings are too long and unnecessary (they could and should have been replaced by literary criticism), and despite the many repetitions and inconsistencies (she says at one point, for instance, that Batalha Reis was Eca's best friend before awarding this position to Ramalho), the approach is daring and refreshing.
Finalizando este numero, o artigo Pos-Graduacao em Agronegocios no Brasil: situacao atual e perspectivas, de Rinaldi e Batalha, traz um estudo detalhado a respeito das transformacoes ocorridas nos ultimos anos no setor que resultaram, entre outros pontos, na necessidade de formacao de profissionais aptos a responderem de forma eficiente e agil as demandas do mercado.
In Britain, a little more than a year earlier, Jaime Batalha Reis, then Portuguese consul in Newcastle, had begun a propaganda campaign in the press, with the approval of his foreign minister, Barros Gomes.
Exposure to concentrated ambient particles (CAPs; median, 182.75 big/[m.sup.3]) for 5 hr/day for 3 days decreased the lumen:wall area ratio of small pulmonary arteries in rats, indicating increased pulmonary vascular resistance (Batalha et al.
In the years after the Columbia strike, I subscribed to a bizarre set of publications--Le Monde Libertaire from Paris, L'Espoir (the exile journal of the Spanish CNT-FAI) from Toulouse, and La Batalha from Lisbon, together with (just to shore up my social-democratic side) Dissent from New York.