Cabral


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Cabral

Pedro Álvarez . ?1460--?1526, Portuguese navigator: discovered and took possession of Brazil for Portugal in 1500.
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In this composition, entitled 'A Augusto de Campos', Cabral dedicates the collection to his fellow Brazilian poet, brother of Haroldo de Campos.
Asistio, Cabral and Mayor entered into two memoranda of agreement to transfer the funds to buy meals, various medical supplies, fumigation chemicals, soldering parts, diesel, baby oil, alcohol, tarpaulins, T-shirts, and kit bags.
Mapping "America" from a hemispheric perspective is especially relevant when considering Cabral as an Afro-Uruguayan who currently resides in the United States.
quien era Ernesto Garcia Cabral, este genio de la grafica del siglo XX en Mexico?
She denied claims she was after compensation insisting she wanted justice and Cabral jailed.
Magistrates ordered Cabral to pay PS100 compensation to the owner of the car.
For the leaders' shirts, Cabral mixed it with silk to make it more comfortable.
The assassination of Amilcar Cabral in Conakry in January 1973 was a tragedy on multiple levels, and its repercussions are still being felt today.
Nicolas Cabral (1975) nacio en Cordoba, Argentina, hijo de exiliados, radica en Mexico y edita La Tempestad, prestigiosa revista de arte.
If it does not, July's ruling ends a legal battle that began in 2013, when two local residents, Chris Cabral and Nancy Tarsitano Drake, filed suit to stop the proposed display.
No matter what their personalities were, she found something positive to work with,'' said Lynn Shields of her sister, Suzanne Cabral.
Williams Selyem director of winemaking Bob Cabral grew up around grapes, but not in the famed Russian River Valley.