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  • Diocese of Fortaleza 99460Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 6 Diocese of Fortaleza (FORTALEXIENSIS) The Diocese of Fortaleza is co-extensive
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 20 Fortaleza 18735671911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 20 — Fortaleza FORTALEZA (usually called Ceará by foreigners)
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  • Arnold Förster Frobenius Forster Thomas Ignatius Maria Forster Diocese of Fortaleza Fort Augustus Abbey Bl. Adrian Fortescue Fortitude Fortunato of Brescia
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  • Aracatí, a city and port of Brazil, in the state of Ceará, 75 m. S.E. of Fortaleza, on the river Jaguaribe, 8 m. from the sea. Pop. of the municipality (1890)
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  • Fortaleza
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  • lines of railway running inland from the coast: the Baturité line from Fortaleza to Senador Pompeu, 179 m., and the Sobral line from Camocim (a small port)
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  • Fourier's Series — Foxglove Forster, William Edward Forsyth, Peter Taylor Fortaleza Fort Augustus Fort Dodge Fort Edward Fortescue, Sir John (lawyer) Fortescue
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  • Fortaleza
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  • and parallel to the western wall of the present court room, and No. 5 Fortaleza Street except so much of No. 5 as Is now occupied by the Weather Bureau
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  • Diocese of Fortaleza
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  • ←Diocese of Fortaleza
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  • Jahr. lxiv, Nos. 48, 49. Las Ruinas de Watungasta. Las Ruinas de la Fortaleza de Pucará. Por Gunardo Lange. Anales del Museo de la Plata, Seccion de
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  • 000 km; refined products, 3,804 km; natural gas, 1,095 km Ports: Belém, Fortaleza, Ilhéus, Manaus, Paranagua, Porto Alegre, Recife, Rio de Janeiro, Rio
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  • 5,212 km; refined products 4,755 km (2004) Ports and harbors: Belem, Fortaleza, Ilheus, Imbituba, Manaus, Paranagua, Porto Alegre, Recife, Rio de Janeiro
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  • was raised to the archiepiscopal rank. Its suffragan sees are Floresta, Fortaleza, Natal, and Parahyba. Mgr. Luiz Ramon da Silva Britto is the first archbishop
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  • French corsair and twenty-six years later utterly destroyed. In 1533 the fortaleza, now the governor's palace, was begun at San Juan, and in 1539-1584 Morro
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  • Mexico Cucuta, Colombia Dhahran, Saudi Arabia Florianopolis, Brazil Fortaleza, Brazil Godthaab, Greenland Guadeloupe, French West Indies Iquique
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  • (1676); Sao Luis do Maranhao (1676); Belem do Para (1719); Goyaz (1826); Fortaleza, or Ceara (1854); Manaos (1893); Parahyba, (1893); Alagoas (1901); Piauhy
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  • D'Alora 585 F.2d 22 (1978) American International Insurance Co v. Vessel Ss Fortaleza 585 F.2d 23 (1978) United States v. Nogueira 585 F.2d 26 (1978) United
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  • which is sandy and barren, shows an average mean annual temperature (at Fortaleza) of nearly 80° F., which is slightly higher than those of Maranhão and
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