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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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More recently, Mary Karasch, Sam Adamo, George Reid Andrews, and Michael Hanchard have given us analyses of urban slavery and race relations in Rio and Sao Paulo, and Dain Borges and Jeffrey Needell brief studies of Brazilian racism's intellectual history.
Brazilian companies are enjoying a previously unheard of luxury in the global market for capital: flexibility.
Brazilian companies by necessity have developed some of the most advanced software in the world in recent decades.
If, at the end of my mandate, all Brazilians have access to breakfast, lunch and dinner, I will have achieved the mission of my life," the president has said.
The Brazilian economy last year grew around 4% while the Argentine economy stagnated.
The passion that Brazilians have for soccer creates a huge potential market," he says.
Whether it's death by canker or by tristeza, a large loss in Florida acreage would give an even stronger foothold in the industry to the Brazilians, who, Floridians say, face less environmental pressures.
El Paso Energy has taken a lead role in the US$2 billion Bolivia-to-Brazil pipeline, which is expected to feed much-needed natural gas to 29 Brazilian cities along its 2,000-mile route.
What's generally been dubbed the Nuevo Latino movement has now branched off into sub-segments, with Argentine and Brazilian restaurants becoming especially popular.
Caipirinha, one of the many drinks made with cachaca (pronounced ka-sha-SA), or Brazilian firewater.
university must necessarily be those of Brazilians themselves (certainly, this is an ideologeme that holds true historically for so much of Latin American cultural studies, and those of other languages, in the U.
WORCESTER - Downtown will come alive with the sights, sounds, favor and flair of South America this weekend when as many of 10,000 Brazilians converge upon the DCU Center.