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vigia

[və′hē·ə]
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A rock or shoal whose existence or position is doubtful.
A warning note of a vigia condition on a chart.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Such scenes unfold daily at one of Cuba's most popular tourist destinations -- Finca Vigia (Lookout Estate), the 12-acre villa that was the longtime residence of Ernest Hemingway.
On a visit to the Finca Vigia in 2013, I was able to take some photos of the typewriter in an effort to verify my thesis.
O fato e que as regioes com maior incidencia da cultura do Carimbo sao regioes com profundos processos de miscigenacao, como nos aponta o historiador Oscar de La Torre nos estudos acerca do Carimbo na regiao da Grande Vigia no Para:
This is where Hemingway stayed before he bought Finca la Vigia, his permanent home in Havana.
However, it was his third wife, Martha Gellhorn, who chose their home in Finca Vigia, located on a small hill of San Francisco de Paula, a few kilometres away from Havana.
Ediciones Vigia was founded in the city of Matanzas in 1985 and has enjoyed a brilliant thirty-year history.