Neiva


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Neiva

 

a city in Colombia, located on the Magdalena River; capital of the department of Huila. Population, 121,000 (1971). Linked by rail to Bogotá, Neiva is the center of an agricultural region, where coffee and rice are grown; the city also produces textiles.


Neiva

 

a river in Sverdlovsk Oblast, RSFSR, left arm of the Nitsa River (Ob’ basin). Length, 294 km; basin area, 5,600 sq km. The Neiva rises on the east slope of the Central Urals. In the upper course are a number of lakes and reservoirs with a total area of 72.4 sq km; the lower course is on the Western Siberian Plain. The river is fed chiefly by snow. Average rate of flow at Alapaevsk is approximately 10 cu m per sec. The Neiva freezes in November and thaws in April. It is used as a water supply. The cities of Nev’iansk and Alapaevsk are on the Neiva.

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Cristina Banegas, Douglas Simon, Mayana Neiva, Violeta Palukas.
El Congreso conto con el apoyo de la Gobernacion del Huila, la Alcaldia de Neiva, el Banco de la Republica, el Archivo General de la Nacion, el Instituto Colombiano de Antropologia e Historia, el Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo PNUD y la Maestria en Conflicto Territorio y Cultura de la USCO.
longipalpis se separaron en dos grupos, uno que relaciona los haplotipos de Neiva y El Callejon, y otro para Giron.
Legalmente, apenas medico e nutricionista estao aptos para a prescricao de suplementos alimentares, porem as pesquisas mostram que no dia a dia das academias os educadores fisicos sao os maiores indicadores de suplementos alimentares (Pereira e Cabral, 2007; Neiva e Colaboradores, 2007; Hirschbruch, Fisberg e Mochizuk, 2008).