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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Brazil, The United States of 90632The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Brazil, The United States of
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  • Volume 4 Brazil 18720531911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Brazil BRAZIL, a republic of South America, the largest political division of that
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  • History; Belgium, History; Brazil, History (in part); Colombia, History; Flanders; Holland, History., Netherlands,, Orange, House of; Williarn the Silent
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  • Brazil by Ventura Fuentes 96307Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 2 BrazilVentura Fuentes (THE UNITED STATES OF BRAZIL) A vast republic of
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  •  (1889)  The Convict-Island of Brazil-Fernando de Noronha By John Casper Branner 1059846Popular Science Monthly Volume 35 May 1889 — The Convict-Island
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  • Nations Day, 1988 Proclamation 5885 − Increase in the Rates of Duty for Certain Articles From Brazil Proclamation 5886 − National Chester F. Carlson Recognition
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  • 1878  (1878)  Sketch of Professor C. F. Hartt By Richard Rathbun 616903Popular Science Monthly Volume 13 June 1878 — Sketch of Professor C. F. Hartt
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  • Laws—Gravitation—The Laws of the Solar System. The Sun—Sun Spots—Rotation of the Sun—His Physical Constitution and Surroundings—Prominences—Corona—Zodiacal Light. The
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  • division of the continent, and extends, approximately, from 9° 44′ to 22° 50′ S. lat., and from 58° to 70° W. long. It is bounded N. and E. by Brazil, S. by
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  • parts. Of the above given numbers of purely German emigrants 26,007 sailed for the United States of America; 243 to Canada; 333 to Brazil; 674 to the Argentine
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  • discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation had already been prohibited in the state constitutions of Mato Grosso and Sergipe in Brazil in 1989. In 1992
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  • communication with BrazilThe Meta, an affluent of the Orinoco, affords navigation from near Bogotá to the Atlantic.  The Magdalena-Cauca and the Atrato are
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  • is, next to Brazil, the largest of the political divisions of South America, and with Chile on the west occupies the southern part of the continent. 
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  • Dispersion to the present day. I.—Old Testament History I. The Land and the People.—For the first two periods the history of the Jews is mainly that of Palestine
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  • outlines the constitution of the British possessions forming the Union of South Africa, and (3) summarizes the history of the country from the time of its discovery
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  • with Brazil on 15 May, 1852, as the Río Quarim, the Cuchilla de Santa Ana to the Río San Luis, thence to the Río Jaguarão, and the western shore of Lago
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  • square miles, occupies the central part of South America, bounded by Brazil to the north and east, by the Argentine Republic to the south-east and south-west
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  • Statesman's Year-Book 1913 (category The Statesman's Yearbook)
    The Statesman's Year-Book Statistical and Historical Annual of the States of the World for the Year 1913  (1913)  The Statesman's Year-Book Statistical
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  • the confluence of the Rio Grande and the Paranahyba, in SE. Brazil, flows SW. through Brazil and round the SE. border of Paraguay, then receiving the
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  • S. to the most southerly point of the island of Tierra del Fuego in 55° 2′ 30″ S., while its extremes of longitude are 53° 40′ on the Brazilian frontier
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