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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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Skimming along the Tagus estuary is the perfect way to take in the beauty of Estoril
The Tagus Creek Shiraz Trincadeira 2012 blend from the Alentejano region - which covers a large part of sun-baked central and southern Portugal - is priced just PS6.
Dominating the Tagus estuary is a massive suspension bridge and the Cristo Rei, a huge statue of Christ overlooking the river.
VINCI is already present in infrastructure concessions in Portugal, with a 37% holding in Lusoponte, which manages the 25 April and Vasco da Gama bridges over the Tagus estuary in Lisbon, as well as through its Portuguese operations in engineering and electrical works.
In Portugal, Vinci is already one of two main shareholders in Lusoponte that operates Lisbon's two bridges over the Tagus, including the Vasco da Gama - the longest bridge in Europe.
The Spanish city of Toledo is protected by its location along a gorge in the Tagus River and a great wall the people built a long time ago.
When all shopped out, head across the city and up an opposite hill to visit the Castelo de Sao Jorge, with its outstanding views of the Alfama (Moorish) quarter and Tagus River.
The Myriad Hotel is located on the banks of the River Tagus, just 10 minutes from the airport.
However, it was to be Azzam's day as they held firm under constant pressure from Groupama, the French outfit pushing their Emirates-based counterparts hard as they completed the 3,500 nautical-mile journey up the River Tagus.
that's how your lips will look after you've finished sipping on a glass or two of Tagus Creek Shiraz and Trincadeira 2009 (Tesco, Asda, pounds 5.
On the lawns of the banks of the Tagus, by the fairy-tale rococo-gothic Tower of Belem, the fortress from which extraordinarily brave Portuguese sailors set out to explore the world at the turn of the 16th century, stands a new castle: the Fundacao Champalimaud Research Centre.
A plan to reduce irrigation in the surrounding area has failed and now the government is proposing to transport water into the wetlands from the Tagus River Basin.