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Brazilian

Sexology
noun The cosmetic result of wax epilation of the bulk of a woman’s pubic hair.

Vox populi
adjective Referring to Brazil.

noun A person from Brazil.
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Two years ago, the Brazilian government set a goal of adding 3,000 megawatts of electricity a year for the next 10 years.
Brazilian bistros are popping up all over the country, from Churrascaria Plataforma in New York City to Rhumba in Chicago, Illinois, to Yolies Brazilian Steak House in Las Vegas, Nevada.
In September 1998, the Brazilian Congress passed legislation concerning cachaca's processing, quality standards and alcohol content.
Assis is native of the state of Minas Gerais in southeast Brazil, from which the majority of local Brazilians come, and has lived in Worcester since she was 11.
One of the first to take the plunge was the Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim Helu, head of Mexican telecom giant Telmex, taking control of Brazilian telecommunications company Embratel, the operator of Claro-brand cell phones and an investor in the cable TV company Net.
Brazilian bankruptcy court postponed its Friday decision on whether to allow a group of Varig employees, NV Participacoes, to buy the bankrupt airline for a bid that came in at about half the $860 million minimum at last week's auction.
Here we find Brazilians marrying across racial lines, and living in racially integrated neighborhoods, at rates much higher than in the United States.
Chamecki, in particular, is making a name for herself by interpreting traditional American tap dance with a distinctly Brazilian voice.
It's still unclear whether the Baja population descended from the continent's ancient settlers or grew to resemble prehistoric Brazilians by virtue of adapting to a New World environment that's similar to Brazil's, Dillehay says.
The 1980s saw huge growth in the amount of attention paid by the Brazilian government to environmental health concerns.
Not only have the Brazilians given up six goals thus far, only one fewer than the other three semifinalists combined, but they were shaky in a 3-2 quarterfinal victory over Denmark.
Beginning Monday, April 5, a multidisciplinary team will lead a groundbreaking health mission into the Brazilian rain forest.