minuano


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minuano

[‚min·yə′wä·nō]
(meteorology)
A cold southwesterly wind of southern Brazil, occurring during the Southern Hemisphere winter (June to September).
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16 concert will feature the honors jazz ensemble and jazz orchestra and will include "Minuano" by Pat Metheny, "Oyo Como Va" by Tito Puente, and "Cruisin' for a Bluesin'" by the Maynard Ferguson big band.
Historically, several Al-tolerant wheat cultivars, including Fronteira, Surpresa, Minuano, Jesuita, Guarani, BH1146, Carazinho and Toropi, were derived from the Brazilian genotypes Alfredo Chaves 6-21 and Polyssu.
Sampling was performed every two months from October 2011 to September 2012 in three 1st order streams with different levels of conservation, being a forested stream (FO) (Minuano stream; 11[grados]01' S - 61[grados]54'42" W), a stream with intermediate (IN) degrees of conservation (Cris stream; 11[grados]15' S - 61[grados]51'24" W,) and a stream located in pasture (PA) (Vinte e tres stream; 11[grados]05' S - 61[grados]53'29" W), all located in the Machado River Basin, Rondonia.
The experiments described in this section were performed in the Minuano farm, located 70 km from Petrolina city, in the state of Pernambuco, Brazil.
A Minuano opera carga geral na Regiao Sul, Sao Paulo e Rio; e a Vitoria para os Estados sulistas, Sao Paulo, Minas, Goias, Bahia, Ceara, Rondonia, Para e Amazonas, trabalhando com fluxos T2 em alguns deles.
El 25 de marzo de 1964 alguien que se identifica con pelos y senales --domicilio incluido--y se presenta como "Versificador Minuano", continua haciendo una poesia politica sometida a esta logica del elogio y su reverso como canto funebre, esta vez ante la muerte de Benito Nardone.
minuano Costa Cheffe, 2001 males by the lower body depth (23.4-33.8% SL vs.