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tejo

(tā′jō) [Sanskrit tejas, effulgence]
In Ayurvedic medicine, fire. It stimulates the eyes, and its special sense is the appreciation of color.
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Below the arch, Praca do Comercio opens its arms to the river Tagus, where commercial ships once offloaded goods.
In the first Eclogue a spring is the center of the locus amoenus in which the shepherds Salicio and Nemoroso lament their lost loves, and the Tagus river is mentioned relatively briefly (17).
They appear to correspond to a Tagus estuary production, which was recently designated as Type 1 (4).
It is bounded to the north by a stretch of cliffs extending eastwards from Cape Raso to the Tagus River mouth, and to the east by a coastal arc with dunes and low cliffs extending southwards from the Tagus River mouth to Cape Espichel.
In a telephone interview, Alain Demarolle, whose hedge funds Alura Capital hold less than 2% of Brisaa[euro](tm)s shares, did not elaborate on the price he expected Tagus to pay for the rest of the shares.
In a telephone interview, Alain Demarolle, whose hedge funds Alura Capital hold less than 2% of Brisa's shares, did not elaborate on the price he expected Tagus to pay for the rest of the shares.
Additionally, outdoor seating offers spectacular views of the surrounding Praca do Comercio square and the Tagus River.
The smooth white walls of the blocks are pierced by large openings to the south, carefully placed to take advantage of dramatic views over the Tagus.
Chemical composition variation during root decomposition in Tagus estuary salt marshes.
Kamara serenaded a ton of VIP guests including Sir Bobby Robson on a boat trip down the River Tagus organised by Barclays Bank.
9% of Tagus Gas (5,600 clients), as well as a sum of money".
That's about all that's left, but the breathtaking view from the battlements to the River Tagus is free.