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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
    2 KB (287 words) - 23:59, 24 December 2012
  • 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
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • 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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  • 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
  • Perigynous Flowers Peripatus Perisperm Peristome Perkin, Sir Wm. Henry Pernambuco Perpetual Motion Perrault, Charles Perry, Oliver Hazard Persepolis Perseus
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  • missions between the rivers Plate and Amazon. He built several colleges in Pernambuco and Rio de Janeiro, civilized and organized the Aymaros, forming the villages
    2 KB (331 words) - 20:21, 2 November 2009

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