Matozinhos


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Matozinhos

 

a city in Portugal, in the province of Douro Litoral, district of Porto, on the Atlantic coast, north of the mouth of the Douro River. Population, 37,700 (1970). Matozinhos is a fishing center.

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The first study area, Fazenda Cauaia (Municipality of Matozinhos, 19[degrees] 28' S, 44[degrees] 00' W, 1048.6 ha, 650 m above sea level), is part of the protected Area de Protecao Ambiental (APA) of Carste de Lagoa Santa (Carste LS).
Matozinhos Otone Da Silva and Maria Otone de Menezes, the parents of Brazilian electrician Jean Charles de Menezes at Stockwell Tube station; Composite image comparing Jean Charles de Menezes (right) and Hussain Osman
Jean Charles' parents, Maria and Matozinhos de Menezes, living in Gonzaga in southeastern Brazil, were angered by the reports that no one would face criminal charges.
Mr de Menezes's parents, Matozinhos Otone Da Silva and Maria Otone de Menezes, have decided to remain in Brazil.
Jean Charles' father Matozinhos Otone Da Silva said: "No father in the world should feel the loss of their son and particularly in this way.
Mrs de Menezes laid flowers on the spot and today she and husband Matozinhos da Silva, 66, will see their son's last moments on CCTV footage.
Maria de Menezes, 60, husband Matozinhos da Silva, 66, and other family members yesterday visited the Tube station where their 27-year-old son was mistaken for a suicide bomber and gunned down.
The 27-year-old's parents, Matozinhos Otone Da Silva and Maria Otone de Menezes, plus his brother Giovani and his wife and three children, flew into Britain from Rio de Janeiro yesterday.
Na ocasiao da coleta de dados, havia 40 municipios sob jurisdicao dessa regional: Belo Horizonte, Belo Vale, Betim, Bonfim, Brumadinho, Caete, Conceicao do Mato Dentro, Confins, Contagem, Crucilandia, Esmeraldas, Florestal, Ibirite, Igarape, Itabirito, Jaboticatubas, Juatuba, Lagoa Santa, Mariana, Mario Campos, Mateus Leme, Matozinhos, Moeda, Nova Lima, Nova Uniao, Ouro Preto, Pedro Leopoldo, Piedade dos Gerais, Raposos, Ribeirao das Neves, Rio Acima, Rio Manso, Sabara, Santa Luzia, Santana do Riacho, Sao Joaquim de Bicas, Sao Jose da Lapa, Sarzedo, Taquaracu de Minas e Vespasiano.
Studies on hospitalization period in 15 government- and private-run hospitals in Belo Horizonte MG Brazil showed that total mean hospitalization period was 18 days: 67% of patients were hospitalized between 1 and 15 days; 14% between 16 and 30 days and 19% for more than one month (Gomes, Bastos, Matozinhos, Temponi, & Melendez 2011).