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  • Parahyba (1892) and Alag as (1900). It is now coextensive with the State of Pernambuco, lying between 7 and 10 40 S. latitude, and 34 35 and 42 10 W. longitude
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  • family of Benedict da Rocha, with whom he afterwards made the voyage to Pernambuco in Brazil. There he abandoned mercantile pursuits, and was admitted a
    307 bytes (482 words) - 12:44, 28 January 2011
  • NINA, João Estevam Miguel da Silva (ne-nah), Brazilian author, b. in Pernambuco about 1770; d. there in 1813. He received his early education in Brazil
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  • ALAGOAS, a maritime state of Brazil, bounded N. and W. by the state of Pernambuco, S. and W. by the state of Sergipe, and E. by the Atlantic. It hasan area
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  • Proclamation in the United States had been issued. As early as 1585, Pernambuco could claim 10,000 African slaves and Bahia something like three or four
    1 KB (5,264 words) - 22:05, 6 November 2015
  • States, and at Pernambuco with two cable lines to Europe. A coastwise cable runs from Pará to Montevideo with double cables between Pernambuco and Montevideo
    288 bytes (38,623 words) - 04:43, 26 July 2015
  • pleasure of capturing several specimens in Lat. 8, 24, S. in the vicinity of Pernambuco, where great numbers appear during the early weeks of May, and again in
    3 KB (388 words) - 18:38, 28 October 2013
  • the Diocese of Olinda. It comprises the State of Alagoas, bounded by Pernambuco on the north and northwest, the Atlantic on the southeast, and Sergipe
    916 bytes (126 words) - 04:51, 3 June 2014
  • fortunate in procuring both sexes of this very rare bird in the vicinity of Pernambuco, being the only individuals I ever met with in Brazil: they appeared as
    2 KB (307 words) - 11:50, 26 February 2013
  • horny; to these last may be added a third, found by myself in the lakes of Pernambuco in Brazil, but to which I have not immediate access. The shells here figured
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  • remained so until 1894. The first bishop, François de Rogo Maia, b. at Pernambuco, 29 Sept., 1849, was elected in Sept., 1893. The second bishop, Jean-François
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  • especially notable. In the summer of 1880 Forbes made a short excursion to Pernambuco, of which he published an account in the ‘Ibis’ for 1881, and in July
    382 bytes (446 words) - 12:30, 29 January 2011
  • mosses. In Brazil he first explored the Organ Mountains, and subsequently Pernambuco, the Rio, San Francisco, Aracaty, Ceara, and Piauhy, returning to Rio
    348 bytes (505 words) - 20:11, 18 August 2011
  • countries that are now known as Guiana and Brazil, advancing as far south as Pernambuco, and thence returned to Surinam. He discovered the properties of the ipecacuanha-bark
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  • (government) Perm (town) Permeability, Magnetic Permeameter Permian Pernambuco Pernau Perne, Andrew Péronne Perovskite Perowne, John James Stewart Pērōz
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  • of Brazil and capital of the state of Alagôas, about 125 m. S.S.W. of Pernambuco, in lat. 9° 39′ 35″ S., long. 35° 44′ 36″ W. Pop. including a large rural
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  • Perigynous Flowers Peripatus Perisperm Peristome Perkin, Sir Wm. Henry Pernambuco Perpetual Motion Perrault, Charles Perry, Oliver Hazard Persepolis Perseus
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  • BAHIA, an Atlantic state of Brazil, bounded N. by the states of Piauhy, Pernambuco and Sergipe, E. by Sergipe and the Atlantic, S. by Espirito Santo and
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  • the male, and one of the female insect, were captured in the woods near Pernambuco, in lat. 8° 12′ S. The male insects, in the majority of the Hair-Streaks
    3 KB (375 words) - 11:49, 26 February 2013
  • Belmonte in the S. to the Rio Real in the N. It is bounded by Sergipe and Pernambuco on the N., by Piauhi on the N.W., by Goyaz on the W., and on the S. by
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