Ximenes


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Ximenes.

For Spaniards thus named, use Jiménez.
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No Brasil, a prevalencia de infeccao anterior pelo VHA (anti-HAV), referente ao conjunto das capitais do Brasil em 2010 foi estimada em 39,5%, sendo de 58,3% nas capitais do Norte; de 53,1% no Nordeste; de 54,1% no Centro-Oeste; de 32,5% no Sudeste e de 30,8% no Sul (PEREIRA; XIMENES; MOREIRA, 2010).
Once again a very low number of dengue cases among foreign visitors to the Olympics is likely, said lead author Raphael Ximenes.
vierai (Iack- Ximenes, De Vivo, and Percequillo, 2005) (Emmons et al., 2015).
(10.) Miranda-Filho DB, Martelli CM, Ximenes RA, Araujo TV, Rocha MA, Ramos RC, et al.
(1.) Oliveira Melo AS, Malinger G, Ximenes R, et al.
Adriana Melo, a gynecologist, was one of the first health professionals to suspect the relationship between Zika and microcephaly (Melo, Malinger, Ximenes, Szejnfeld, Alves Sampaio, Bispo de Filippis, 2016).
Among the topics are Iberians before the Venetian Inquisition, anti-rabbinic texts and Converso identities: Fernao Ximenes de Aragao's Catholic Doctrine, Converso complicities in an Atlantic monarchy, the convert promotion of religious tolerance and synergism in post-tridentine Spain, and an attempted Morisco settlement in early 17th-century Tuscany.
(11.) Oliveira Melo AS, Malinger G, Ximenes R, Szejnfeld PO, Alves Sampaio S, Bispo de Filippis AM.
He was introduced to Dexter in the 1950s at dinners hosted by The Observer for those who had solved their Ximenes crossword.