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Bragança

(bragän`sə) or

Braganza

(–zə), town (1991 est. pop. 15,624), capital of Bragança dist., NE Portugal, in Trás-os-Montes. It is of interest because of its castle, seat of the Braganza family, long the royal family of Portugal (1640–1910).
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Sediment porewater salinity, inundation frequency and mangrove vegetation height in Braganca, North Brazil: an ecohydrology-based empirical model.
Auspiciado por el poderoso arzobispo de Evora, Teotonio de Braganca, quien ademas encabezo una renovacion administrativa y cultural en su diocesis, el epistolario buscaba evidenciar el exito de la mision japonesa, y la necesidad de que continuara unicamente bajo el mando de la Compania de Jesus (80).
Foridos con una amplia escala temporal de actividad a lo largo del dia es consistente con Braganca, Tonhasca y Della Lucia (2009) quienes dependiendo de la zona geografica y la temporada del ano, registraron para foridos del genero Neodohrniphora (filogeneticamente el mas cercano a Eibesfeldtphora), actividad en los nidos de la hormiga Atta sexdens (L.
Parasitoid diptera of the family Phoridae that attack leaf-cutter ants are an example of the diversity of species exploiting this habitat (Elizalde and Folgarait 2012; Folgarait 2013, Disney and Braganca 2014).
The Angolan officials who attended the meeting included Edeltrudes Gaspar da Costa, Minister in the Office of the Presidency, Civil Affairs; Georges Rebelo Chikoti, Minister of External Relations; Joao Manuel Goncalves Lourenco, Minister of Defence; Armando Manuel, Minister of Finance; Aldemiro Justino da Conceicao, Presidential Aide; Maria Angela Braganca, Secretary of State for Cooperation; Carlos Alberto Fonseca, Secretary for Diplomatic Affairs of the President; Andre Luis Brandao, Minister of Public Contracts at the Office of the President; and Manuel Antonio Rabelais, Secretary for Institutional Communication and Press of the President.
Otros investigadores como Matteucci, Dondi, & Guarini (2002); Braganca & Bergmann (2004); Tucci, Esposito, Rastelli, Palmonari, & Rambaldi (2004); Luz & Ribeiro (2007); Rambaldi, Carty, Tucci, & Esposito (2007); Raimondo, y otros (2007); Andreola, Barbieri, Karamanova, Lancellotti, & Pelino (2008) han hecho uso de diferentes desechos de vidrio (tubos de rayos catodicos (CRT (Panel Cathode Ray Tube)), silice-soda-cal (soda-lime-silica, SLS, glass), entre otros), como remplazo del material fundente en la produccion de lozas, ceramica tradicional y gres porcelanico, y encontraron algunos resultados interesantes (acelera el proceso de densificacion, disminucion en la temperatura optima de coccion, entre otros).
Published on Estradas de Portugal's website, the 'Plano de Proximidade' shows that the districts of Lisbon, Braganca and Santarem will be subject to the greatest number of interventions and altogether will absorb a quarter of the total investment.
A Vila de Bacuriteua e uma localidade situada na regiao bragantina e esta incluida entre os distritos que formam o municipio de Braganca.