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carioca

(kăr-ē-ō-kăh)
A bean (legume) that is a good source of vegetable protein and fiber.
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It is worth explaining, however, that the investigations about contamination in Vila Carioca were started in 1993 by data sent to the Public Attorney by the environmental organization Greenpeace Brazil and by Sinpetrol.
Carioca is located 270 kilometres (170 miles) from the coast of Sao Paulo state.
Pedro Luis (like Lenine, known by his First name/names only) is the most typically Carioca of all the musicians discussed in the volume, a middle-class white musician born in Rio and raised in the neighborhood of Tijuca in the North Zone, closer to the physical and audible presence of the samba schools, of which Tijuca and neighboring Estacio and Vila Isabel house several.
Por ser reconhecida como a marca que tem "a cara do Rio", a FARM se destaca, nesta analise, sobretudo pelos reflexos de sua influencia nos tracos de uma moda que, para alem das praias da Zona Sul, chega aos shoppings paulistas, mineiros e gauchos ditando uma maneira de se firmar marcadamente carioca, modificando, de um certo modo, determinados espacos de consumo das culturas locais.
Ainda que os dados que embasam os resultados expressos atraves dos graficos 4 e 5 nao estejam equilibrados em relacao ao recorte temporal, visto que, para a escrita mineira, Chaves (2006) percorre todo o seculo XIX e a 1a metade do seculo XX e, para a escrita carioca, Rumeu (2008) so tenha alcancado fins do seculo XIX e a 1a metade do seculo XX, ha de se comentar o comportamento das mulheres brasileiras no que se refere a insercao do voce no quadro pronominal do PB.
The formatted material group belonging to the Black commercial group was isolated from group II because it contained materials pertaining to the commercial groups Color and Carioca.
1923: investigacao sobre a existencia de racismo no noticiario esportivo carioca.
Cariocas, as Rio's 6 million residents are known, are taking the near-term inconveniences of all this activity in stride as they see the benefits in the form of new and refurbished hotels, Class-A offices, more sophisticated dining choices and expanded entertainment and shopping options.
Carioca wasn't a mere belly dancer; she was a rebel, a revolutionary and a lover.
In 1874, when Azevedo adapted the French operetta La Fille de Madame Angot (9) into Portuguese, he became part of the first group of carioca playwrights, writing about the daily life of Rio de Janeiro and its residents.
true" Carioca lifestyle, demands not only the golden skin