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Seleção de Contos do Norte

Magalhães Júnior, R.

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Item Description: Edições de Ouro, Rio de Janeiro, 1967. Softcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Book is in the Portuguese language. Sound binding. Table of contents page has a few pencil marks on it. Remaining pages clean, tanned. Wraps have light overall handling wear, light soiling. ; Short fiction by Brazilian authors representing literature in the northern area of the country: Domíngos Olímpio, Inglés de Sousa, Artur Azevedo, José Veríssimo, Aluízio Azevedo, Xavier Marques, Oliveira Paiva, Coelho Neto, Adolfo Caminha, Medeiros e Abuquerque, António Sales, Alberto Rangel, Carlos Dias Fernandes, Tomás Lops, Oscar Lopes, Viriato Corréa, Policarpo Feitosa, Mário Sette, Humberto de Campos, Théo Filho, Graciliano Ramos, Ranulfo Prata, Barbosa Lima Sobrinho, Herman Lima, Peregrino Júnior. ; Contos Brasileiros CR; Vol. 531; 6.5" tall; 305 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 520140

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VÉRTICE Vol. XXI. Nº 212

REVISTA

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Item Description: Coimbra, 1961. Brochado / Paperback / Broché. Book Condition: Muito Bom/Very Good/Très Bien. In-8º (225x172). 1 Vol. de 81 pp. Director: Raul Gomes, Colaboradores: Luís de Carvalho e Oliveira, Fernando Namora, Joaquim namorado, Alberto Ferreira, Flausino Torres, Rui Clímaco, Francine Benoìt, Norair M. Sissakian, Jacques Courcier, Mikhail Romm, Carlos Araújo, José Barbosa, António Rebordão Navarro, Rui Feijó, Mário Vilaça, Luís de Lima In-8º (225x172). Book. Bookseller Inventory # 001750

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VÉRTICE - Revista de Cultura e Arte. Nº 225. Vol. XXII. Junho 1962

REVISTA

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Item Description: Coimbra, 1962. Brochado / Paperback / Broché. Book Condition: Muito Bom/Very Good/Très Bien. In-4º (227x170). 1 Vol. de 57 pp. Director: Raul Gomes, Colaboradores: Ramos Lampreia, Ramón de Garciasol, A. César Anjo, José Barbosa, J. J. Carlos Júnior, Francine Benoit, Deniz Jacinto. Capa de Relógio In-4º (227x170). Book. Bookseller Inventory # 001753

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Olympiateilnehmer (Portugal)

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Item Description: General Books Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x2 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 38. Kapitel: Cristiano Ronaldo, Francis Obikwelu, Vanessa Fernandes, Hugo Almeida, Fernando Meira, Naide Gomes, Nelson Évora, Ricardo Costa, Hugo Viana, Danny, José Bosingwa, Domingos Castro, Nuno Delgado, Albertina Dias, Raul Meireles, Fernando Silva, Luis Miguel Barbosa Maia, Jorge Ribeiro, Jéssica Augusto, Sara Moreira, Susana Feitor, Bruno Alves, Carlos Lopes, Rosa Mota, Dionísio Castro, José Moreira, Sérgio Paulinho, Luís Boa Morte, Marco Vasconcelos, Paulo Guerra, Maria Manuela Machado, João Carlos Brenha Alves Pereira, Telma Monteiro, Danny Silva, Lucrécia Jardim, Carlos Calado, Inês Monteiro, José António Calado, Ricardo Fernandes, Carlos Martins, Fernanda Ribeiro, Manuel de Oliveira, João Paulo Andrade, Rui Silva, Nuno Frechaut, Francisco Lázaro, João Vieira, Luís Novo, Rui Pedro Silva, Vânia Silva, António Leitão, Vera Santos, Conceição Ferreira, Ana Luisa Flôr Moura, Alberto Chaíça, Aurora Cunha, Ana Cabecinha, António Pinto, Marisa Barros, Joaquim Fiúza, Paulo Frischknecht, José Azevedo, Rui Abreu, Delfim Moreira, Carla Sacramento, Félix Bermudes, Duarte Silva, Hélder Ornelas, Rodrigo Castro Pereira, Frederico Paredes, Rui Santos, João Pina, Carlos Reis. Auszug: Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro (\* 5. Februar 1985 in Funchal, Madeira, Portugal) ist ein portugiesischer Fußballspieler. Er steht nach dem teuersten Transfer der bisherigen Fußballgeschichte seit Sommer 2009 bei Real Madrid unter Vertrag. Er ist zudem Kapitän der portugiesischen Nationalmannschaft. In seinem Verein agiert er vornehmlich als Flügelstürmer, kommt aber zeitweilig auch im Angriffszentrum oder als zweiter Stürmer in vorderster Linie zum Einsatz. Cristiano Ronaldo wurde sowohl zu Europas Fußballer des Jahres als auch zum Weltfußballer des Jahres 2008 gewählt. Bereits im Alter von drei Jahren trat Cristiano Ronaldo erstmals gegen den Ball, und als er sechsjährig die Grundschule besuchte, war seine Leidenschaft für den Fußballsport offensichtlich. Er entwickelte Sympathien für Benfica Lissabon, obwohl er sich später für dessen Lokalrivalen Sporting Lissabon entscheiden sollte. Sein erster Verein war aber der Amateurklub CF Andorinha. In dem Klub, bei dem sein Vater als Zeugwart arbeitete, spielte Ronaldo ab dem Alter von acht Jahren und im Laufe der nun folgenden zwei Jahre begann er sich landesweit einen Namen zu machen. Mit Nacional Funchal und Marítimo Funchal zeigten sich 1995 die beiden führenden Vereine auf Madeira an einer Verpflichtung des jungen Talents interessiert. Die Wahl fiel schließlich auf den kleineren Verein von Nacional, nachdem Vertreter von Marítimo ein Treffen mit dem Berater Ronaldos bei Andorinha hatten platzen lassen. Bei seinem neuen Verein gewann er eine Jugendmeisterschaft und absolvierte 1997 ein dreitägiges Probetraining bei Sporting Lissabon. Für eine nicht bekannte Ablösesumme (bzw. 'Ausbildungsentschädigung') wechselte Ronaldo später schließlich zu dem Hauptstadtverein. In der Kaderschmiede von Sporting Lissabon trainierte Ronaldo fortan in Alcochete mit anderen Jugendspielern des Vereins unter professioneller Führung. Dabei hatte er anfänglich Akzeptanzprobleme bei den Kameraden, die zumeist aus der näheren Umgebung Li 40 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159213107

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Portuguese people of Brazilian descent

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x2 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 35. Chapters: Brazilian expatriates in Portugal, Deco, Rubens Barrichello, Tiago Monteiro, Anderson Luís de Abreu Oliveira, Mário Jardel, Geovanni Deiberson Maurício, Serginho Baiano, Pepe, Liédson, Bruno Alves, Alexandre Faioli, Irineu Calixto Couto, Djair Baptista Machado, Paulo Musse, Wilson Raimundo Júnior, Marcel Augusto Ortolan, Luiz Cláudio Barros, Leandro Machado, Fábio dos Santos Barbosa, Tiago Rannow, Jorge Luiz dos Santos Dias, Éder Gaúcho, Marco Aurélio Cunha dos Santos, Geraldo Alves, João Soares da Mota Neto, Cristiano Pereira de Souza, Tiago Alencar, Selmir dos Santos Bezerra, Kaká, Jocivalter Liberato, Renato Santos, Luciano Andrade Rissutt, Fellype Gabriel, Leonardo Lourenço Bastos, Paulo Frederico Benevenute, José Carlos Ferreira Filho, Diogo Fernandes, Bruno Fogaça, Jefferson Feijão, Ytalo, Diego Martins, Wandeir Oliveira dos Santos, Manoel da Silva Filho, Felipe Tigrão, Edmilson Dias de Lucena, Fabrício Lopes Alcântara, Michel Alves Baroni, Diego de Lima Barcelos, Diego Macedo, Wellington Damião Nogueira Marinho, Luís Mário Miranda da Silva, Rodrigo José Pereira, Marcos Paulo Gelmini Gomes, Fábio Gonçalves dos Santos, Eduardo Marques de Jesus Passos, Alex Chandre de Oliveira, Jociel Ferreira da Silva, Marcos Antônio dos Santos, Júlio Regufe Alves, Célio Ferreira dos Santos, Fernando da Silva Cardozo, Peter de Almeida, William Arthur Conceição dos Santos, Tony da Costa Pinho, Antonio Cardes Heleno, Acácio Cordeiro Barreto, Marcelo Boeck, Vagner da Silva, Ceninho. Excerpt: Rubens Gonçalves 'Rubinho' Barrichello (Portuguese pronunciation: , born May 23, 1972 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian Formula One racing driver. He is currently racing for Williams F1. Barrichello has scored the fourth highest points total in Formula One history. Barrichello drove for Ferrari from 2000 to 2005, as Michael Schumacher's teammate, enjoying considerable success including finishing as championship runner-up in 2002 and 2004. Schumacher's retirement at the end of 2006 made Barrichello the most experienced driver on the grid, and at the 2008 Turkish Grand Prix he became the most experienced driver in F1 history. He became the first driver to reach 300 Grand Prix entries and 300 starts, doing so in 2010. He is also the incumbent chairman of the Grand Prix Drivers' Association. Both his father and paternal grandfather are also named Rubens, and Barrichello shares his father's birthday: May 23. Therefore, Rubens Barrichello was known as Rubinho (Portuguese for 'little Rubens'), which has become his nickname. Barrichello won five karting titles in Brazil before going to Europe to race in the Formula Vauxhall Lotus series in 1990. In his first year, he won the championship, a feat he replicated the following year in the British Formula 3 Championship, beating David Coulthard. He very nearly joined Formula One, the highest category of single seater racing, at just 19 years of age. Instead he competed in Formula 3000 in 1992. He finished third in the championship, and joined the Jordan Formula One team for the 1993 Formula One season. During this time, and also early in his Formula One career, Barrichello lived in Banbury and Cumnor, Oxfordshire, UK. As a young, aspiring driver, Barrichello looked up to the late Ayrton Senna, and when he joined Formula One, Senna in return considered him his protégé. Barrichello had an effective rookie year. In his third race, the European Grand Prix, he started from 12th pl. 36 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156096345

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Römisch-katholische Kirche in Südamerika

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Item Description: Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x2 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 42. Kapitel: Römisch-katholische Kirche in Argentinien, Römisch-katholische Kirche in Bolivien, Römisch-katholische Kirche in Brasilien, Römisch-katholische Kirche in Chile, Römisch-katholische Kirche in Peru, Römisch-katholische Kirche in Uruguay, Römisch-katholische Kirche in Venezuela, Römisch-katholisches Bistum (Paraguay), Kirche im kolonialen Brasilien, Leonardo Boff, Walmor Oliveira de Azevedo, Paulo Suess, Unsere Liebe Frau von Coromoto, Paulo Evaristo Arns, Luis Sánchez-Moreno Lira, Zilda Arns, Sebastião Leme da Silveira Cintra, Raymundo Damasceno Assis, Kassian Waldner, Erzbistum Asunción, Herolde des Evangeliums, Päpstliche Katholische Universität von Peru, Juan Luis Cipriani Thorne, José Carlos de Lima Vaz, Rosa von Lima, Juan Landázuri Ricketts, Martín de Porres, Augusto Vargas Alzamora, Marcelo Rossi, Militärordinariat von Paraguay, Señor de los Milagros, Toribio de Mogrovejo, Juan Gualberto Guevara, Bistum Concepción en Paraguay, Paulo Lopes de Faria, Römisch-katholische Kirche in Kolumbien, Nicolás Cotugno Fanizzi, Litteras a vobis, Bistum Villarrica del Espíritu Santo, In plurimis, Paternae, Bistum Encarnación, Romeu Brigenti, Bistum Ciudad del Este, Liste der Kirchen der Jesuitenmissionen der Chiquitos, Erzbistum Quito, Apostolisches Vikariat Pilcomayo, Alejandro Goic Karmelic, Carlos Duarte Costa, Bistum Coronel Oviedo, Pablo Jaime Galimberti di Vietri, Bistum San Juan Bautista de las Misiones, Liste der Erzbischöfe von Salvador da Bahia, Salomão Barbosa Ferraz, Bistum Caacupé, Tomislav Koljatic Maroevic, Bistum Benjamín Aceval, Luis Lintner, Apostolisches Vikariat Chaco Paraguayo, Bistum San Pedro, Novena de Aguinaldos, Bistum San Lorenzo, O Legionário, Liste der Erzbischöfe von Lima, Bistum Carapeguá, Pedro Ossandón Buljevic, Kloster Itararé, Universidad Católica Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, Liste der Erzbischöfe von Buenos Aires, Liste der Erzbischöfe von Rio de Janeiro, Abtei von Güigüe, Rodolfo Pedro Wirz Kraemer, La Merced, Comissão Pastoral da Terra, Juan Francisco Aragone, Quam religiosa, Arturo Fajardo, Universidad Finis Terrae, Kirchenprovinz Montevideo, Quum diuturnum, Meriodionali Americae, Benediktinerkongregation Cono Sur. Auszug: 'Das hauptsächliche Anliegen, das mich dazu bewegte, Brasilien zu bevölkern, war, dass die Menschen in Brasilien sich zu unserem heiligen katholischen Glauben bekehrten. ' Diese programmatische Aussage Joãos III. an Tomé de Souza, den ersten Generalgouverneur in Brasilien, demonstriert deutlich, welch eine große Rolle das christliche Sendungsbewusstsein bei der Kolonisation des Landes zumindest in der offiziellen Terminologie spielte. Obwohl man sich sicherlich hüten muss, in einem edlen Missionsauftrag die größte Motivation für die portugiesische Brasilienpolitik zu sehen, ist der religiöse Aspekt bei der Besiedlung nicht zu unterschätzen. Neben der Missionierung der Ureinwohner und der Regelung des sozialen Lebens in der Kolonie ging der Einfluss des christlichen Gedankenguts bis weit in die Bereiche der Kolonialverwaltung und der königlichen Politik hinein. Verschiedene Ansätze zu einer Kirchengeschichte Brasiliens bewegen sich grob eingeteilt zwischen zwei Polen. Traditionelle Ansätze beschreiben i. d. R. die Entwicklung der Kirche im Zuge der Besiedlung Brasiliens und weisen in Anlehnung an die Aussagen zeitgenössischer Kleriker auf das Verdienst der Kirche hin, den Ureinwohnern den 'richtigen' Glauben gebracht zu haben. Dieser Perspektive stel. 44 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159299538

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Brazilian scientists

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ISBN 10: 1156009286 ISBN 13: 9781156009284

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x2 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 38. Chapters: Bartolomeu de Gusmão, Carlos A. Peres, Mário Guimarães Ferri, Elsimar M. Coutinho, Carlos Chagas, Manuel de Abreu, José Reis, Thais Russomano, Santiago Americano Freire, Agenor Mafra-Neto, Alexandre Rodrigues Ferreira, Oswaldo Cruz, Eduardo Krieger, César Lattes, Vital Brazil, Crodowaldo Pavan, List of Brazilian scientists, Jorge Stolfi, Marco Antonio Zago, Gauss Moutinho Cordeiro, Miguel Rolando Covian, Maurício Rocha e Silva, Aristides Leão, Ned Kock, Carlos Paz de Araújo, Drauzio Varella, Adolfo Lutz, Josué de Castro, Carlos Bertulani, Julio Ximenes Senior, Heinz Ebert, José Aristodemo Pinotti, Helder Queiroz, Domingos Soares Ferreira Penna, Quintiliano de Mesquita, Gilberto Camara, José Moura Gonçalves, Ângelo Moreira da Costa Lima, Gilberto Righi, Paulo Alfeu Junqueira Duarte, Gastão Rosenfeld, Ricardo Renzo Brentani, Miguel Osório de Almeida, Lucy Seki, João Barbosa Rodrigues, Adib Domingos Jatene, Roberto Esser dos Reis, Hélio Lourenço de Oliveira, Anita Dolly Panek, Evandro Chagas, Giuseppe Cilento, Theodor Peckolt, Manuel Mateus Ventura, Alysson Paolinelli, Edson Lobato, Renato Migliorini. Excerpt: Carlos Augusto da Silva Peres is a Brazilian field biologist who works in the Amazon and other neotropical forest regions on questions involving wildlife and biological conservation. His interests are in (i) the large-scale patterns of large-bodied vertebrate diversity and abundance in Amazonian forests; (ii) the effects of different forms on human disturbance, including hunting, habitat fragmentation and wildfires, on Amazonian forest vertebrates; and (iii) reserve selection and design criteria in relation to regional gradients of biodiversity value and implementation costs. He currently co-directs three research programs on natural resource management in eastern, southern and western Amazonia focusing on the ecology of natural and heavily modified landscapes and their role in the retention of biodiversity. Born in Belém, Brazil, in 1963, Carlos Peres was exposed to Amazonian natural history from early childhood, and his father's ranch in eastern Pará, consisting largely of primary forest, became his playground. For the last 20 years he has been studying wildlife community ecology in Amazonian forests and the biological criteria for designing nature reserves. He currently is involved in four research programs on the ecology of key timber and nontimber forest resources in different parts of Amazonia. He has published over 160 papers on neotropical forest ecology and conservation at scales ranging from single populations to entire regional landscapes. In 1995 he received a 'Biodiversity Conservation Leadership Award,' and in 2000 he was elected an 'Environmentalist Leader for the New Millennium' by Time Magazine. He is currently (2009) a Full Professor at the University of East Anglia, UK, and divides his time between Norwich and fieldwork in the Brazilian Amazon. JOURNAL ARTICLES (IN PRINT) JOURNAL ARTICLES (IN PRESS) BOOKS CHAPTERS IN EDITED BOOKS Carlos A. Peres, Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Conservation, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East A 40 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156009284

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Epitome da Vida do Illustris. Excellentis. Senhor D. Luiz Carlos Ignacio Xavier de Menezes (Spanish Edition)

José Barbosa

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Porto

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Item Description: General Books Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x187x5 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 50. Kapitel: Bauwerk in Porto, Kultur (Porto), Person (Porto), Platz in Porto, Sport (Porto), Universität Porto, Verkehr (Porto), FC Porto, Metro do Porto, José Mário Branco, Estádio do Dragão, Bahnhof Porto São Bento, Estádio das Antas, Júlio Tavares Rebimbas, Ponte Maria Pia, Fantasporto, Super Bock Super Rock, Circuito da Boavista, Liste von Söhnen und Töchtern der Stadt Porto, Boavista Porto, Estádio do Bessa Século. XXI, Liste der Bischöfe von Porto, Grande Hotel do Porto, Júlio Dinis, Porto-Marathon, Unterwasserhockey-Europameisterschaft 2010, Ponte Dom Luís I, Instituto dos Vinhos do Douro e Porto, Flughafen Porto, Sociedade de Transportes Colectivos do Porto, Bistum Porto, Casa da Música, Universität Lusíada, Geburtshaus von Almeida Garrett, Kathedrale von Porto, Museu de Arte Contemporânea, GNR, Pedro Cordeiro, Edford, SC Salgueiros, Praça de Gonçalves Zarco, Museu do Carro Eléctrico, Universität Fernando Pessoa, Jornal de Notícias, Chafariz das Virtudes, Ribeira, Grande Porto, Praça da Cidade de Salvador, Museu Nacional de Soares dos Reis, Praça de Carlos Alberto, Praça da Galiza, Ignacio José de Macedo, Torre dos Clérigos, Biblioteca Municipal Almeida Garrett, Mário Gajo de Carvalho, Casa da Prelada, Bahnhof Porto-Campanhã, Palácio das Cardosas, José Barbosa de Castro, Guilherme Braga, Hotel Dom Henrique, Cemitério de Agramonte, Capela Carlos Alberto, Feitoria Inglesa, Alminhas da Ponte, Cinema Olímpia, Igreja de São Miguel de Nevogilde, Sea Life Porto, Ponte da Arrábida, Fundação Dr. António Cupertino de Miranda, Hospital Geral de Santo António, Chafariz da Rua Escura, Escola do Porto, Liste der Straßennamen in Porto, Almeida-Garrett-Denkmal, Forte de São Francisco Xavier, Sinagoga Kadoorie, Voz Portucalense. Auszug: Der FC Porto (offiziell: Futebol Clube do Porto) ist ein Sportverein, dessen Profi-Fußballteam in der ersten portugiesischen Fußballliga spielt. Er wurde am 28. September 1893 von António Nicolau de Almeida gegründet und ist in der Hafenstadt Porto in Portugal beheimatet. Das Heimstadion heißt Estádio do Dragão und wurde 2003 als Austragungsort für die Fußball-Europameisterschaft 2004 erbaut. Mit je zwei Siegen im Landesmeisterpokal bzw. der UEFA Champions League und im UEFA-Pokal bzw. in der Europa League gehört der Verein zu den erfolgreichsten Fußballmannschaften Europas. Neben Fußball betreibt der Verein die weiteren Sportabteilungen Leichtathletik, Basketball, Billard, Boxen, Camping, Schach, Angeln, Handball, Karate, Motorsport, Rollhockey, Behindertensport, Schwimmen und Gewichtheben. Gegründet wurde der Vereins am 28. September 1893 als Football Club do Porto. Maßgeblich an der Gründung beteiligt war António Nicolau d'Almeida, ein Weinhändler aus Porto, der diesen Sport bei seinen Reisen nach England kennengelernt hatte. Der neue Verein war sofort in Rivalität zu dem zuvor gegründeten Verein aus Lissabon, der vom damaligen portugiesischen König Dom Carlos gefördert und protegiert wurde. Das erste Spiel beider Vereine fand am 2. März 1894 bereits unter regem Medieninteresse in Porto statt. Das Spiel endete 0:1 aus Sicht von Porto und war der Anfangspunkt einer späteren regen Derby-Geschichte. Als Anekdote zu der Anfangszeit sollte noch erwähnt werden, das d'Almeida sein Engagement für den Verein kurz darauf zurückschraubte, da seine Verlobte und zukünftige Frau ihn darum bat. Ihrer Meinung nach war der Sport zu grob und gewalttätig. Aufgrund des Weggangs d'Aleida wurde es zunäch. 52 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159268824

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People from Bahia

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ISBN 10: 1156049555 ISBN 13: 9781156049556

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x2 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 44. Chapters: Dida, Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira, Ivete Sangalo, Daniel Alves, Caetano Veloso, Antônio Rogério Nogueira, Serginho Baiano, João Gilberto, Liédson, Geronimo dos Santos, Samuel José da Silva Vieira, Aloísio da Silva Filho, Tácio Caetano Cruz Queiroz, Francisco Filho, Jorge Amado, Raniere Silva dos Santos, Edilberto de Oliveira, Astrud Gilberto, Maria Bethânia, Vampeta, Tom Zé, Edinaldo Oliveira, Marcone Amaral Costa, Fabiano Santacroce, Vicente Ferreira Pastinha, Diego Oliveira, Magno Alves, Lili Rocha, Glauber Rocha, Gil Baiano, Erison da Silva Santos, Ana Néri, José Carlos Santos da Silva, Gregório de Mattos, Nádson Rodrigues de Souza, Divaldo Pereira Franco, Luís Cláudio Carvalho da Silva, Vinícius Rodrigues Almeida, Milton Santos, Junqueira Freire, Marcos António Elias Santos, Dermival Almeida Lima, Zózimo, Romeu Pereira dos Santos, Ricardo Santos Lago, Fábio Costa, Cleberson Souza Santos, Anderson Souza Ferreira, Gustavo Veronesi, Sidny Feitosa dos Santos, Édson Andrade Almeida, Lucas António Silva de Oliveira, Gilvan Santos Souza, José Batista Leite da Silva, Raimundo Sodré, Catarina Paraguaçu, José Carlos Capinam, George Miranda dos Santos, Ronaille Calheira, Ney Costa, João Ubaldo Ribeiro, Welington Dantas de Jesus, Elison Fagundes dos Santos, Diego Higino, Wilker Pereira dos Santos, Andre Silva Carvalho, Wagner Santos Lago, Gideon Paulo da Silva, Othon Bastos, Marcelo Nova. Excerpt: Nélson de Jesus Silva (born 7 October 1973), best known as Dida (Portuguese pronunciation: ), is a Brazilian goalkeeper currently being a free agent. He first rose to prominence in Brazilian club football in the 1990s with Vitória, Cruzeiro EC and SC Corinthians, where he gained a reputation as a penalty-saving specialist. However, Dida is probably best remembered for his successful and often tumultuous ten-year stint with Italian Serie A club A.C. Milan from 2000 to 2010. During his tenure with the Rossoneri, he became equally known for mistakes as well as excellent gameplay, from a notorious error during a UEFA Champions League match against Leeds United in September 2000, to suffering a lengthy decline in form after being hit with a lit flare in a Champions League quarterfinal match against crosstown rival F.C. Internazionale in April 2005, and being assaulted by an opposing fan during an October 2007 match withCeltic F.C. One of only two goalkeepers in Milan history to make over 200 Serie A appearances, Dida won the Champions League twice in 2003 and 2007, with the former coming after he saved three penalties in a shoot-out against Juventus F.C. He is also the first two-time winner of the FIFA Club World Cup, the inaugural winner of the FIFPro Goalkeeper of the Year award, and a five-time nominee of the IFFHS World's Best Goalkeeper award. In 2003, Dida became the first Brazilian keeper to be shortlisted for the Ballon d'Or, with a second nomination in 2005. On the international level, Dida earned 91 caps in eleven years for the Brazilian national team, including the most appearances in FIFA Confederations Cup history (22). He notably broke a color barrier by becoming the first Afro-Brazilian goalkeeper to start for the Seleção since Moacyr Barbosa in the 1950 FIFA World Cup following his international debut in July 1995. Dida won the 2002 World Cup with Brazil without playing a game, and was the starter in 2006, conceding only twice in five matches. He retired 44 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156049556

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Football in Cape Verde

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x3 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 48. Chapters: Cape Verdean football clubs, Cape Verdean footballers, Football competitions in Cape Verde, Football venues in Cape Verde, Henrik Larsson, Cape Verde national football team, Desportivo de Cova Figueira, Pelé, José Veiga, Cape Verdean Championships, Carlos Alhinho, Vladine Biosse, Sporting Clube da Praia, Oceano da Cruz, Daniel Batista Lima, Paulo Dos Santos, Federação Caboverdiana de Futebol, Anselmo Ribeiro, Adriano Barbosa Miranda da Luz, Stopira, Dady, Marco Soares, Sandro Mendes, Cafú, Ricardo Jorge Ferreira Pinto da Silva, Lito, Almir Barbosa, Neno, Toni Varela, Fernando Varela, Vinha, José Filipe Correia Semedo, Botafogo, CS Mindelense, Nilton Fernandes, Ronny Souto, Toy, Elvis Macedo Babanco, Mateus Lopes, Cecilio Lopes, Dário Furtado, Nando Maria Neves, Paulo de Pina, FC Derby, Rodirlei José Ascensão Duarte, Gégé, Hernâni Borges, Ryan Mendes da Graca, Rodolfo Lima, Boavista FC, Ernesto da Conceição Soares, Héldon Ramos, Valter Borges, Danielson Gomes Monteiro, Bijou, Carlos Morais Caló, Manuel Estêvão Sanches, Fogo Island League, Emerson da Luz, Académica do Mindelo, São Vicente Island League, Académica Operária, Pedro Jorge Ramos Moreira, Janício Martins, Guy Ramos, Santiago Island League, Sal-Rei FC, Vítor Moreno, FC Ultramarina, Gilberto Reis, Nélson Veiga, Jimmy Modeste, Jailson Moreira, Sal Island League, Gilson Manuel Silva Alves, Associação Académica do Porto Novo, Dany Mendes Ribeiro, Santo Antão Island League, CD Travadores, Hugo Évora, GD Amarantes, Fredson Rodrigues, SC Atlético, Mikoyam Tavares, Sport Club Santa Maria, Piguita, Pedro Celestino Silva Soares, Rosariense Clube, Sporting Clube de Porto Novo, Zé Piguita, São Nicolau Island League, Solpontense Futebol Clube, Desportivo de Assomada, Josimar Lima, Académica da Praia, Sidnei, Fredson Tavares, Silvino Gomes Soares, Odaïr Fortes, Marítimo, Boa Vista Island League, Brava Island League, Paulense Desportivo Clube, Batuque FC, Juventude de Assomada, Sanjoanense, Beira-Mar, Clube Desportivo Sinagoga, Desportivo Ribeira Brava, Associação Jovens Amigos do Tarrafal, Desportivo da Calheta, Castilho, Maio Island League, Associação Juventus, Varandinha, Desportivo de Santa Cruz, Foguetões, Benfica, Scorpions, Estrela dos Amadores, Desportivo Estância Baixo, São Lourenço FC, Real Júnior, FC Belo Horizonte, Académica da Calheta, José Rui, Barreirense, Flor Jovem da Calheta, Grupo Desportivo, Recreativo e Cultural Fiorentina, Barcelona, Académico Sal Rei, Futebol Clube Praia Branca, Estádio da Várzea, Onze Unidos, Ton Tavares, Juventude do Norte, Sport Clube Calejão, Jerry Adriano, Andorinha, Os Amigos, Zé Luís, Futebol Clube Talho, África Show, Ribeira Bote, AJAC, Tchadense, Garridos, Inter FC, Sport Clube Verdun, Lagedos FC, Sal Island SuperCup, Cape Verdean Cup, Estádio João de Deus Lopes da Silva, Estádio Municipal Adérito Sena, Estádio Marcelo Leitão, Estádio Francisco José Rodrigues, Estádio Monte Pe Largo, São Vicente SuperCup, List of football clubs in Cape Verde. Excerpt: Henrik Edward Larsson MBE (Swedish pronunciation: ; born 20 September 1971 in Helsingborg, Sweden) is a Swedish football player-manager. Larsson began his career with Högaborgs BK as a youth player. As a senior, he moved to Helsingborg, where he was one of the key players when they qualified to Allsvenskan 1993. Larsson then moved to Feyenoord for four years before leaving for Celtic in 1997. He won four league titles in seven years with Celt. 48 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156011782

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Slavery and Protestant Missions in Imperial Brazil: 'The Black Does not Enter the Church, He Peeks in From Outside'

Barbosa, José Carlos

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Colombian people Introduction

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x3 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 52. Chapters: Felix Restrepo Mejía, Fanny Mikey, Pedro Medina Avendaño, Gerardo Aguilar Ramírez, Juan Alfredo Pinto Saavedra, Jaime Bermúdez, Camilo Torres Restrepo, Verónica Orozco, Rodrigo García Barcha, Jorge Celedón, Jorge Holguín, Margarita Rosa de Francisco, Pedro Rubiano Sáenz, James Cañón, Claudia Palacios, Germán García Durán, Mauricio Pimiento, Tomás Medina Caracas, Nadín Ospina, Andrés Cepeda, Elda Neyis Mosquera, Ana María Orozco, Bertha Puga Martínez, Joe Arroyo, José Name Terán, Marcos Calarcá, Valerie Domínguez, Victor Patiño-Fomeque, Quintín Lame, Juan Fernando Cobo, Henry Loaiza-Ceballos, Benito Salas Vargas, Andi Baiz Ochoa, Totó la Momposina, William Parra, Israel Romero, Alejandro Santo Domingo, Luis Fernando Ramírez, Manuel Teodoro, Julio Mario Santo Domingo, Jr., Pedro Castro Trespalacios, Lisa Daniels, Lou Castel, Fabián Ramírez, Pastor Alape, Jorge Cano, Rodrigo Arenas, Mauricio Jaramillo, Gaitana, Carlos Barbosa, José Antonio Murgas, Timoleón Jiménez, Gustavo Tamayo, José Ruiz Arenas, Teresa Pizarro de Angulo, Rosso José Serrano, Romaña, Omar Rayo, Aztek Escobar, Jesús Abad Colorado, Oscar Urbina Ortega, Germán Efromovich, Fabio Ochoa Restrepo, Daniel Bermúdez, Luis Carlos Vélez, Maria Checa, Antonio García, Jorge Daniel Castro, Omaira Rojas Cabrera, Alfonso Araújo Cotes, Saúl Balagura, Eleo Pomare, Victor Nieto, Enrique Grau, Luis Carlos Restrepo, Patricia Janiot, Rafael Puyana, Mario Revollo Bravo, Catalina Denis, Francisco Norden, Esteban Huertas, Víctor Hugo Cabrera, Evaristo Porras Ardila, Colacho Mendoza, Andrea Serna, Carlos Huertas, Natalia Villaveces, Jeymmy Vargas, Ricardo Acevedo Bernal, Jaime Manrique, Natalia Paris, Alejandro Fischer, Edward Niño Hernández, José Barros, Jorge Enrique Abello, Nicolas De la Hoz, Darío Gómez, Manuel Germán Cuello, José Manuel Restrepo, José Jerónimo Triana, Pablo Catatumbo, Alexander Lugo, Eileen Roca, Juan Urán, Mónica Villamizar, Dorila Antommarchi, Stella Arroyave, Juan Carlos Ortiz Escobar, Luis Fernando De Angulo, Hernando Téllez, German Londoño, Alejo Durán, Édgar Negret, Gloria Galeano Garcés, Marta Gonzalez, Vladdo, Francisco Villarreal, Emiliano Zuleta, Rodrigo Bernal, Phanor Arizabaleta-Arzayus, Manuel Pérez, María Teresa Hincapié, Hortensia Antommarchi, Elmira Antommarchi, Hernan Giraldo, Lincoln Palomeque, Pedro Nel Gómez, Gustavo Martínez Frías, Ciro Guerra, Rafael García Herreros, Mijail Mulkay, Olga de Amaral, Cortés Vargas, Armando Dugand, Agustín Nieto Caballero, César Rodríguez Garavito, Víctor Gaviria, María Lucía Fernández, Eduardo Cote Lamus, Juan Cárdenas, Diana Pineda, Henrry Sanchez, Paulina Gálvez, Carlos Sánchez, Natalia Karenka Parra Sierra, Camilo Daza, Pedro Oliverio Guerrero, Mario Opazo, Jorge Barón, Ignacio Gómez Jaramillo, Juancho De la Espriella, Victor Escobar, José Antonio Anzoátegui, Leonor Gonzalez Mina, César Julio Valencia Copete, Gentil Montaña, Fabio Vásquez Castaño, Herbin Hoyos, Gustavo Lozano-Contreras, Libia Grueso, Juancho Rois, Siam, Chucho Merchan, Atanasio Girardot, Zoratama, Juan Carlos Galindo, Pacho Galan, Alex Young, José Rafael Revenga, Ramón Mantilla Duarte, Manuel Ramírez Gómez, Teófilo Forero, Berito Kuwaru'wa, Alberto Castilla, Víctor Carranza, Manuel Castañeda, Guillermo Silva Santamaria, César Barbosa, José Luis Fernández Alonso, Eduino Carbonó, Adriana Tarud, Endry Cardeño, Miguel Maza Márquez, Daniel Rendón Herrera, Jose Fedor Rey. Excerpt: Felix Restrepo Mejía S. . 52 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781157400646

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Item Description: Discurso proferido na Ordem dos Advogados em 26 de Novembro de 1959. [Por]. Presidente Honorário da Ordem dos Advogados, Professor Catedrático da Faculdade de Direito. Lisboa. 1960. De 22x16 cm. Com 63 pags. Brochado. Exemplar por abrir. Location/localizacao: 8-13-B-57. Bookseller Inventory # 1209IM010

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Olympische Spiele (Portugal)

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Item Description: General Books Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x3 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 62. Kapitel: Olympiateilnehmer (Portugal), Cristiano Ronaldo, Olympische Sommerspiele 1996/Teilnehmer, Francis Obikwelu, Vanessa Fernandes, Olympische Sommerspiele 1952/Teilnehmer, Olympische Sommerspiele 1992/Teilnehmer, Liste der olympischen Medaillengewinner aus Portugal, Olympische Sommerspiele 1960/Teilnehmer, Olympische Sommerspiele 2004/Teilnehmer, Hugo Almeida, Olympische Sommerspiele 1988/Teilnehmer, Fernando Meira, Olympische Sommerspiele 2000/Teilnehmer, Naide Gomes, Nelson Évora, Ricardo Costa, Olympische Sommerspiele 1948/Teilnehmer, Olympische Sommerspiele 2008/Teilnehmer, Hugo Viana, Olympische Sommerspiele 1984/Teilnehmer, Danny, José Bosingwa, Domingos Castro, Olympische Sommerspiele 1924/Teilnehmer, Nuno Delgado, Albertina Dias, Olympische Sommerspiele 1928/Teilnehmer, Raul Meireles, Fernando Silva, Luis Miguel Barbosa Maia, Jorge Ribeiro, Jéssica Augusto, Sara Moreira, Susana Feitor, Olympische Sommerspiele 1972/Teilnehmer, Bruno Alves, Carlos Lopes, Olympische Sommerspiele 1976/Teilnehmer, Rosa Mota, Dionísio Castro, José Moreira, Sérgio Paulinho, Luís Boa Morte, Olympische Sommerspiele 1920/Teilnehmer, Marco Vasconcelos, Paulo Guerra, Maria Manuela Machado, Olympische Sommerspiele 1968/Teilnehmer, João Carlos Brenha Alves Pereira, Telma Monteiro, Danny Silva, Lucrécia Jardim, Carlos Calado, Inês Monteiro, Olympische Sommerspiele 1964/Teilnehmer, José António Calado, Ricardo Fernandes, Carlos Martins, Fernanda Ribeiro, Manuel de Oliveira, Olympische Sommerspiele 1980/Teilnehmer, João Paulo Andrade, Rui Silva, Nuno Frechaut, Francisco Lázaro, João Vieira, Luís Novo, Rui Pedro Silva, Vânia Silva, António Leitão, Vera Santos, Conceição Ferreira, Olympische Sommerspiele 1956/Teilnehmer, Ana Luisa Flôr Moura, Alberto Chaíça, Aurora Cunha, Ana Cabecinha, António Pinto, Olympische Sommerspiele 1932/Teilnehmer, Olympische Sommerspiele 1912/Teilnehmer, Marisa Barros, Olympische Winterspiele 2010/Teilnehmer, Joaquim Fiúza, Paulo Frischknecht, José Azevedo, Rui Abreu, Olympische Winterspiele 1988/Teilnehmer, Delfim Moreira, Carla Sacramento, Félix Bermudes, Olympische Winterspiele 1998/Teilnehmer, Duarte Silva, Hélder Ornelas, Olympische Winterspiele 1952/Teilnehmer, Olympische Winterspiele 1994/Teilnehmer, Olympische Winterspiele 2006/Teilnehmer, Rodrigo Castro Pereira, Frederico Paredes, Olympische Sommerspiele 1936/Teilnehmer, Rui Santos, João Pina, Carlos Reis. Auszug: Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro (\* 5. Februar 1985 in Funchal, Madeira, Portugal) ist ein portugiesischer Fußballspieler. Er steht nach dem teuersten Transfer der bisherigen Fußballgeschichte seit Sommer 2009 bei Real Madrid unter Vertrag. Er ist zudem Kapitän der portugiesischen Nationalmannschaft. In seinem Verein agiert er vornehmlich als Flügelstürmer, kommt aber zeitweilig auch im Angriffszentrum oder als zweiter Stürmer in vorderster Linie zum Einsatz. Cristiano Ronaldo wurde sowohl zu Europas Fußballer des Jahres als auch zum Weltfußballer des Jahres 2008 gewählt. Bereits im Alter von drei Jahren trat Cristiano Ronaldo erstmals gegen den Ball, und als er sechsjährig die Grundschule besuchte, war seine Leidenschaft für den Fußballsport offensichtlich. Er entwickelte Sympathien für Benfica Lissabon, obwohl er sich später für dessen Lokalrivalen Sporting Lissabon entscheiden sollte. Sein erster Verein war aber der Amateurklub CF Andorinha. In dem Klub, bei dem sein Vater als Zeugwart arbeitete, spielte Ronaldo ab dem Alter v. 64 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159214357

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Olympic bronze medalists for Brazil

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ISBN 10: 115547290X ISBN 13: 9781155472904

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x3 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 59. Chapters: Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Dida, Rivaldo, Anderson Luís de Abreu Oliveira, Diego Ribas da Cunha, Roberto Carlos, Lucas Leiva, Alexandre Pato, Bebeto, Juninho Paulista, Ramires, Marcelo Vieira, Jô, Natália Falavigna, Thiago Emiliano da Silva, Hernanes, César Cielo, Hélia Souza, José Marcelo Ferreira, Vanderlei de Lima, Rafael Sóbis, Alvaro de Miranda Neto, Sávio, Aldair, Alexandre da Silva Mariano, Gustavo Borges, Thiago Neves Augusto, Luiz Bombonato Goulart, Flávio Conceição, Breno Borges, Rafinha, Zé Elias, André Luiz Moreira, Helen Luz, Torben Grael, Renan Brito Soares, Fernando Scherer, Alex Sandro da Silva, Ilsinho, Aurélio Miguel, Diego Alves Carreira, Ronaldo Guiaro, Rodrigo Pessoa, Baloubet du Rouet, Janeth Arcain, Emanuel Rego, Ricardo Santos, Danrlei, Robson da Silva, Ubiratan Pereira Maciel, João Carlos de Oliveira, Erika Coimbra, Wlamir Marques, Tetsuo Okamoto, Amaury Pasos, Carlos Jayme, André da Silva, Walewska Oliveira, Leila Barros, Marcelinho Paulista, Ana Paula Connelly, Sandra Pires, Édson Ribeiro, Carlos Domingos Massoni, Flávio Canto, Algodão, Narciso dos Santos, Cláudia das Neves, Jorge Fernandes, Tiago Camilo, Guilherme Paraense, Nelson Prudêncio, Adriana Moisés Pinto, Virna Dias, Adriana Samuel, Luís Onmura, Erison Carlos dos Santos Silva, Marta Sobral, Marcus Mattioli, Kelly Santos, Leandro Guilheiro, Alfredo da Motta, Henrique Guimarães, Arnaldo da Silva, Lars Grael, Afrânio da Costa, José Edvar Simones, Elisângela Oliveira, Janina Conceição, Ana Ida Alvares, Sebastião Wolf, Affonso Évora, Alberto Marson, Massinet Sorcinelli, Ruy de Freitas, Dario Barbosa, Marcus Vinícius Dias, Reinaldo Conrad, Nilton Pacheco, Karin Rodrigues, Raquel Silva, Bráz, Ketleyn Quadros, Alexandre Gemignani, Silvia Andrea Santos Luz, Ricarda Lima, Servílio de Oliveira, José da Conceição, Hilma Caldeira, Burkhard Cordes, Edvaldo Valério, Sandra Suruagy, Walter Carmona, Fernanda Oliveira, Chiaki Ishii, Peter Ficker, Kátia Lopes, Kelly Fraga, Isabel Swan, Nelson Falcão, Clinio Freitas. Excerpt: Ronaldo de Assis Moreira (born 21 March 1980 in Porto Alegre), commonly known as Ronaldinho (Brazilian Portuguese: ) or Ronaldinho Gaúcho, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Flamengo and the Brazilian national team.He is a two-time winner of the FIFA World Player of the Year, awarded to the best player over the year. He won the award in both 2004 and 2005. 'Ronaldinho,' the diminutive and term of endearment for 'Ronaldo,' is accompanied in Brazilian usage by the nickname 'Gaúcho,' in order to distinguish him from fellow footballer and countryman Ronaldo, who was known as 'Ronaldinho' in Brazil beforehand. Ronaldo simply went by his first name upon his move to Europe, thereby allowing Ronaldinho to drop the 'Gaúcho' and go by the name Ronaldinho abroad. Prior to his move to Flamengo, he played for Paris Saint-Germain, FC Barcelona and Milan. With the Spanish club, he won his first Champions League in 2006 and the Ballon d'Or in 2005. He became a Spanish citizen in January 2007. He was also named in the FIFA 100, a list of the greatest footballers compiled by fellow countryman Pelé, and in the FIFPro World XI consecutively from 2004-2007. Ronaldinho was born in the city of Porto Alegre, the state capital of Rio Grande do Sul. His mother, Dona Miguelina Elói Assis dos Santos (daughter of Enviro Assis), is a former salesperson who studied to become a nurse. His father, João de Assis Moreira, was a shipyard worker a. 60 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155472904

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Epitome da Vida do Illustris. Excellentis. Senhor D. Luiz Carlos Ignacio Xavier de Menezes (Spanish Edition)

José Barbosa

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Item Description: Book on Demand, Miami, 2013. Perfect binding. Book Condition: NEW. Dust Jacket Condition: NEW. 5.8" x 8.3". In Spanish language. This book, "Epitome da Vida do Illustris. Excellentis. Senhor D. Luiz Carlos Ignacio Xavier de Menezes (Spanish Edition)", by José Barbosa, is a replication. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible. This item is printed on demand. Thank you for supporting classic literature. SOFT COVER. Bookseller Inventory # 1177720

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Brazilian poets

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Published by Reference Series Books Llc Nov 2011 (2011)

ISBN 10: 1155518454 ISBN 13: 9781155518459

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Item Description: Reference Series Books Llc Nov 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 245x190x10 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. Neuware - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 66. Chapters: Mário de Andrade, Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis, Vinicius de Moraes, Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Chico Buarque, Carlos Nejar, Manuel de Abreu, Bruno Tolentino, Manuel de Araújo Porto-alegre, Baron of Santo Ângelo, João MacDowell, Márcio-André, Arnaldo Antunes, Cecília Meireles, List of Portuguese language poets, Gonçalves Dias, Moniz Bandeira, João da Cruz e Sousa, Medeiros e Albuquerque, Castro Alves, Álvares de Azevedo, Gonçalves de Magalhães, Viscount of Araguaia, Joaquim Manuel de Macedo, Olavo Bilac, Bernardo Guimarães, Philadelpho Menezes, Tomás Antônio Gonzaga, Ciro Pessoa, João Cabral de Melo Neto, Carlos Magalhães de Azeredo, Adelino Fontoura, Fagundes Varela, José Bonifácio the Young, Francisco Otaviano, Mário de Alencar, Pedro de Calasans, Cláudio Manuel da Costa, Gregório de Mattos, Casimiro de Abreu, Tobias Barreto, Artur Azevedo, Augusto dos Anjos, Ricardo Domeneck, Osório Duque-Estrada, Oswald de Andrade, Antônio Peregrino Maciel Monteiro, 2nd Baron of Itamaracá, Sousa Caldas, Luís Gama, Teófilo Dias, Adolfo Caminha, Basílio da Gama, Santa Rita Durão, Junqueira Freire, Joaquim de Sousa Andrade, Manuel Bandeira, Laurindo Rabelo, Pedro Luís Pereira de Sousa, Antônio Gonçalves Teixeira e Sousa, Paulo Aquarone, Adalgisa Nery, Sílvio Romero, List of Brazilian poets, Domingos Caldas Barbosa, Raimundo Correia, Bento Teixeira, Andréia Horta, Manoel de Barros, Hilda Hilst, Anderson Bigode Herzer, Alvarenga Peixoto, Henriqueta Lisboa, Pedro Paulo Bruno, Kátya Chamma, Ademir Antonio Bacca, Aureliano Lessa, Frederico Barbosa, Alberto de Oliveira, João Cardoso de Meneses e Sousa, Baron of Paranapiacaba, Jorge Mautner, Augusto de Campos, Hermes Carleial, José de Mesquita, José Carlos Capinam, Gustavo Dourado, Augusto de Lima, Yde Schoenbach Blumenschein, Antônio Olinto, Haroldo de Campos, Menotti Del Picchia, Paulo Setúbal, Francisco de Paula Ney, Ana Cristina Cesar, Augusto Meyer, Bruna Lombardi, Décio Pignatari, Mario Quintana, Poesia concreta, Guilherme de Almeida, Cora Coralina, Waly Salomão, Roberto Piva, Marcia Theophilo, Astrid Cabral, Cyro dos Anjos, Adélia Prado, Gilberto Mendonça Teles, Raul Bopp, Dante Milano, Dina Mangabeira, Pedro Kilkerry, Gilka Machado, Fabrício Carpi Nejar, Helen Caldwell, Manuel Inácio da Silva Alvarenga. Excerpt: Mário Raul de Morais Andrade (October 9, 1893 February 25, 1945) was a Brazilian poet, novelist, musicologist, art historian and critic, and photographer. One of the founders of Brazilian modernism, he virtually created modern Brazilian poetry with the publication of his Paulicéia Desvairada (Hallucinated City) in 1922. He has had an enormous influence on modern Brazilian literature, and as a scholar and essayist he was a pioneer of the field of ethnomusicology his influence has reached far beyond Brazil. Andrade was the central figure in the avant-garde movement of São Paulo for twenty years. Trained as a musician and best known as a poet and novelist, Andrade was personally involved in virtually every discipline that was connected with São Paulo modernism, and became Brazil's national polymath. His photography and essays on a wide variety of subjects, from history to literature and music, were widely published. He was the driving force behind the Week of Modern Art, the 1922 event that reshaped both literature and the visual arts in Brazil, and a member of the avant-garde 'Group of Five.' The ideas behind the Week were further explored in the prefa. 68 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155518459

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Guarani Futebol Clube players

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ISBN 10: 1155902904 ISBN 13: 9781155902906

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Item Description: Chronicle Books Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x3 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 60. Chapters: Luís Fabiano, Elano, Helbert Frederico Carreiro da Silva, Telê Santana, Aílton Gonçalves da Silva, Gustavo Franchin Schiavolin, Muricy Ramalho, Djalminha, Careca, Derlei, Mineiro, Márcio Amoroso, Ricardo Roberto Barreto da Rocha, Sonny Anderson, Adaílton Martins Bolzan, Edílson, Dorival Júnior, Wilson Gottardo, Jonas Gonçalves Oliveira, Edu Dracena, Juliano Roberto Antonello, João Soares de Almeida Neto, Luiz Bombonato Goulart, Sérgio Luís Donizetti, Viola, Alexandre Gallo, Aílton dos Santos Ferraz, Sérgio Araújo, Aloísio José da Silva, Everton Guimarães Ferreira, Eduardo Gonçalves de Oliveira, Daniel Lins Côrtes, Zé Elias, Thiago Constância, José Ferreira Neto, Mauro Silva, Maicosuel Reginaldo de Matos, Carlos Renato de Abreu, Júlio César da Silva, Biro-Biro, Robson Ponte, Adriano Pimenta, Gil Baiano, Renato Dirnei Florêncio, Selmir dos Santos Bezerra, Marco Antônio Boiadeiro, Evair Aparecido Paulino, Carlos César Matheus, Clayton Ferreira Cruz, Ronaldo Guiaro, Fabiano Lima Rodrigues, Jocivalter Liberato, Harison da Silva Nery, Paulo Valentim, Fábio Camilo de Brito, Edmílson Matias, Nélio da Silva Melo, Pita, Paulo Frederico Benevenute, Everson Arantes de Oliveira, Juliano Vicentini, Rodrigo Juliano Lopes de Almeida, José Jadílson dos Santos Silva, Igor Jovicevic, Gilberto Carlos Nascimento, Marcos Denner, Ademar Tavares Júnior, Oleúde José Ribeiro, Jefferson Teixeira Silva, Alexandre Silveira Finazzi, Jorge Antônio Putinatti, Adriano Gerlin da Silva, José Fernando Fumagalli, Valdir Peres, Marcos Paulo Alves, Jorge Mendonça, Jader Volnei Spindler, Zenon de Souza Farias, Eduardo Francisco de Silva Neto, Gustavo Nery de Sá da Silva, Evandro Roncatto, Ueslei Raimundo Pereira da Silva, Valdeir da Silva Santos, Sandro Hiroshi, Dermival Almeida Lima, Jairon Feliciano Damasio, Vanderson Válter de Almeida, Leo Percovich, Talles Henrique Cunha, Eric Freire Gomes, Caio Alves, Rodrigo Fernandes Alflen, Cléber, Rubens Rodrigues dos Santos Júnior, Edmar Bernardes, Douglas Gonzaga Leite, Rodrigo Barbosa Rodrigues Costa, Hiran Spagnol, Carlos Alberto de Oliveira Júnior, Carlos Renato Frederico, Alex Afonso, Élder, Rafael Pereira da Silva, Willamis de Souza Silva, Alex Raphael Meschini, Gláuber, Mário Custódio Nazaré, Marcus Vinicius de Morais, José Fábio Alves Azevedo, Patrício Antônio Boques, Bruno Quadros, Adeílson Pereira de Mello, Jefferson Batista, Leandro Guerreiro, Márcio José Narciso, Robert da Silva Almeida, Melinho, Antônio Benedito da Silva, Renan Teixeira da Silva, Éder Luiz Lima de Souza, Rafael Amaral do Nascimento, Lucenilde Pereira da Silva, Édson Boaro, Samir Lima de Araújo, Ruy Bueno Neto, Rinaldo Lopes Costa, Marcos Corrêa dos Santos, Túlio Gustavo Cunha Souza, Ricardo Martins de Araújo, Sílvio José Canuto, Rivaldo Barbosa de Souza, Willian Gomes de Siqueira, Rinaldo Santana dos Santos, Luciano Lopes de Souza, Adenor Leonardo Bacchi, Ricardo Ferreira Berna, Luís Fernando Rodrigues dos Santos, Patrick Fabionn Lopes, Severino Jefferson, Deyvid Sacconi, Leonardo Augusto Gomes Aro, João Leonardo de Paula Reginato, Marco Aurélio Pereira Alves, Márcio Rodrigues Araújo, Luis Fernando Lojudice Martinez, Jean Paulo Fernandes, Paulo André Cren Benini, Marcelo Lopes de Faria, Emanoel Vilanez Fernandes de Souza, Leandro Lourenço Franco, Carlos Roberto Gallo, Stanley Richieri Afonso, Jonatas Oliveira Cardoso, Sidney Moraes de Almeida Júnior, João Dickson Carvalho, Rafael Gonçalves Toledo, Mariano Ferreira. 60 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155902906

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Minister (Portugal)

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Published by Books Llc Aug 2011 (2011)

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Item Description: Books Llc Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 249x189x7 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 72. Kapitel: Arbeitsminister (Portugal), Außenminister (Portugal), Bauminister (Portugal), Bildungsminister (Portugal), Finanzminister (Portugal), Gesundheitsminister (Portugal), Handelsminister (Portugal), Innenminister (Portugal), Justizminister (Portugal), Kulturminister (Portugal), Landwirtschaftsminister (Portugal), Minister für Kolonien (Portugal), Minister für Parlamentsangelegenheiten (Portugal), Minister für Präsidentschaftsangelegenheiten (Portugal), Umweltminister (Portugal), Verkehrsminister (Portugal), Verteidigungsminister (Portugal), Wirtschaftsminister (Portugal), Wissenschaftsminister (Portugal), José Manuel Barroso, José Dias Ferreira, João Carlos de Saldanha Oliveira e Daun, António de Oliveira Salazar, António Bernardo da Costa Cabral, José Sócrates, Pedro de Sousa Holstein, José Domingues dos Santos, José Norton de Matos, José Luciano de Castro, Nuno José Severo de Mendonça Rolim de Moura Barreto, Francisco Pinto da Cunha Leal, Bernardo de Sá Nogueira de Figueiredo, Afonso Augusto da Costa, Bernardino Machado, Filomeno da Câmara de Melo Cabral, Manuela Ferreira Leite, Paulo Portas, Francisco Pinto Balsemão, Sidónio Pais, Manuel Maria Coelho, António Correia de Campos, José Lúcio Travassos Valdez, José António de Melo Pinto Ribeiro, Diogo Freitas do Amaral, Mário Lino, João de Deus Pinheiro, Teófilo Duarte, Mário Sottomayor Cardia, António Costa, António Maria da Silva, Manuel da Silva Passos, Alfredo de Sá Cardoso, Manuel Pinho, Mariano Gago, Alberto Bernardes Costa, Carlos Mota Pinto, Marcelo Caetano, José Vicente Barbosa du Bocage, Maria de Lurdes Rodrigues, Jaime Gama, Ana Jorge, António Caetano de Abreu Freire Egas Moniz, Francisco José Fernandes Costa, Rui Pereira, Álvaro Cunhal, António José de Ávila, Isaltino Morais, Anselmo José Braamcamp, José Caeiro da Mata, Augusto Santos Silva, Liberato Ribeiro Pinto, Eduardo Augusto Marques, António de Almeida Santos, Nuno Severiano Teixeira, Luís Marques Mendes, Alfredo Rodrigues Gaspar, Pedro Silva Pereira, Fernando Teixeira dos Santos, Luís Valente de Oliveira, José Vieira da Silva, Armindo Rodrigues de Sttau Monteiro, Isabel Pires de Lima, Tomé José de Barros Queirós, Francisco Nunes Correia, António Cardoso e Cunha, Gonçalo Ribeiro Telles, Ernâni Lopes, António Rodrigues Sampaio, Joaquim Pedro de Oliveira Martins, Victor Hugo de Azevedo Coutinho, António José de Almeida, Henrique Chaves, Augusto de Vasconcelos, Luís Campos e Cunha, Jaime Silva, António Vitorino, Francisco António da Veiga Beirão, João Tamagnini de Sousa Barbosa, Carlos Maia Pinto, Manuel Joaquim Pinheiro Chagas, José Carlos de Mascarenhas Relvas, Duarte Leite Pereira da Silva, Luís Filipe Marques Amado, Brito Camacho, Ernesto Melo Antunes, António Teixeira de Sousa, Artur Alberto de Campos Henriques, António Maria Baptista, João Crisóstomo de Abreu e Sousa, Júlio Dantas. Auszug: José Dias Ferreira ( 30. November 1837 in Pombeira da Beira (Arganil); 8. September 1909 in Vidago (Chaves (Portugal)) war ein portugiesischer Rechtswissenschaftler, Politiker und Premierminister (Presidente do Conselho de Ministros) während der Zeit der konstitutionellen Monarchie. Die Juristische Fakultät der Universität CoimbraDer Sohn von Kleinbauern sollte ursprünglich eine Laufbahn als Priester absolvieren und begann zunächst vorbereitende Studien der Lateinischen Sprache. Bereits im Alter von noch vierzehn Jahren erfolgte 1852 seine Immatrikulation an der Fakultät für Theologie an der Un. 72 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781231761472

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Dicionario de simbolos: mitos, sonhos, costumes, gestos, formas, figuras, cores, numeros

Chevalier, Jean; Gheerbrant, Alain

Published by José Olympio, Rio de Janeiro (2009)

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Government ministers of Brazil

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x4 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 67. Chapters: José Paranhos, Viscount of Rio Branco, Honório Carneiro Leão, Marquis of Paraná, João Goulart, Gilberto Gil, Getúlio Vargas, Luís Alves de Lima e Silva, Duke of Caxias, Rodrigo Augusto da Silva, Cristovam Buarque, Roberto Mangabeira Unger, José Serra, Celso Furtado, Osvaldo Aranha, Nelson Jobim, Antonio Palocci, Roberto de Oliveira Campos, Darcy Ribeiro, Tancredo Neves, José Bonifácio de Andrada, Marta Suplicy, José Gomes Temporão, Francisco de Sales Torres Homem, Viscount of Inhomirim, Zélia Cardoso de Mello, Ruy Barbosa, Paulo Renato Souza, José Bonifácio the Young, Antônio Carlos Magalhães, Eduardo Gomes, Manuel Marques de Sousa, Count of Porto Alegre, Alberto Goldman, Ozires Silva, Fernando Haddad, Celso Lafer, Esther Figueiredo Ferraz, Pedro Malan, Guido Mantega, Erenice Guerra, Yeda Crusius, Altino Arantes Marques, Marcílio Marques Moreira, Pedro de Araújo Lima, Marquis of Olinda, Miro Teixeira, Tarso Genro, Waldir Pires, Geraldo Magela, Quintino Bocaiuva, João Maurício Wanderley, Baron of Cotejipe, Tomás Antônio Maciel Monteiro, 1st Baron of Itamaracá, Élcio Álvares, Adib Domingos Jatene, João Pimenta da Veiga Filho, José Antônio Saraiva, Bernardino José de Campos Júnior, José Maria Alkmin, Renato Archer, Ricardo Berzoini, Armando Falcão, Silas Rondeau, Américo Brasiliense de Almeida Melo, Uladislau Herculano de Freitas, Rui Falcão, Alfredo Nascimento, Ibrahim Abi-Ackel, Lourival Fontes, Francisco Luiz Sibut Gomide, Odilon Braga. Excerpt: José Maria da Silva Paranhos, the Viscount of Rio Branco (16 March 1819 - 1 November 1880) was a statesman, monarchist, diplomat, teacher and journalist of the Empire of Brazil (1822-1889). Rio Branco was born in Salvador, in what was then the Captaincy of Bahia, to a wealthy family, but most of the fortune was lost after his parents' deaths early in his childhood. Rio Branco attended Brazil's Naval School and became a midshipman in 1841. Later that year he was enrolled in the Army's Military Academy, eventually becoming an instructor there. Rather than continue to serve in the military, he became a politician in the Liberal Party. In 1845, he was elected a member of the provincial house of representatives of Rio de Janeiro province, site of the national capital of the same name. Rio Branco rose to power within the province under the tutelage of Aureliano Coutinho, Viscount of Sepetiba-a veteran politician who held tremendous influence over the young and inexperienced Emperor Pedro II. He temporarily abandoned politics after Aureliano Coutinho's fall from grace and the subsequent dissolution of the Liberal Party. Rio Branco's work in the press, highlighting threats posed by the armed conflicts in the Platine republics (Argentina and Uruguay), attracted the attention of Honório Carneiro Leão, Marquis of Paraná, who invited him to act as secretary on a diplomatic mission to Montevideo. They were successful in forging alliances, which contributed to the eventual fall in 1852 of Juan Manuel de Rosas, an Argentine dictator who had declared war on Brazil. In 1853 Rio Branco joined the Marquis of Paraná's Conservative Party as well as the cabinet over which the latter presided. He rose rapidly through the Conservative ranks during the early 1860s when many colleagues joined members of the defunct Liberal Party to form a new party. Rio Branco was sent to Uruguay in late 1864, tasked with bringing a diplomatic end to the Uruguayan War. Although suc. 68 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156012031

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ICONOGRAFIA E PAISAGEM: Coleção Cultura Inglesa.

Maciel Levy, Carlos Roberto; et. al.

Published by Edições Pinakotheke,, Rio de Janeiro: (1994)

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Item Description: Edições Pinakotheke,, Rio de Janeiro:, 1994. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near fine. 1st ed. 28 x 22 x 2.5 cm. 253 pp. First edtion. Scholarly work on landscape art in Brazil; text in Portuguese and English. Burgundy cloth with white stamped spine; tan laid endpapers; profusely illustrated with color plates captioned in Portuguese and English; 4,000 copies published. Binding tight; boards clean; dust jacket with edges wrinkled; otherwise fine. Oversize book may require a small additional shipping charge. Essays by Carlos Roberto Maciel Levy, Cláudio Valério Teixeira, Donato Mello Júnior, Elmer Correa Barbosa, Gilberto Ferrez, João Carlos Cavalcanti, José Roberto Teixeira Leite, and Maria Elizabete Santos Peixoto. Bookseller Inventory # 2265

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People from Porto District

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x4 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 68. Chapters: People from Paços de Ferreira, People from Porto, People from Póvoa de Varzim, Henry the Navigator, José Maria de Eça de Queiroz, Tiago Monteiro, Raul Meireles, João Vieira Pinto, Francisco de Sá Carneiro, Jorge Nuno Pinto da Costa, Jorge Costa, Almeida Garrett, Diogo de Freitas do Amaral, Bruno Alves, Miguel Reisinho, Artur Jorge, Manoel de Oliveira, António Nobre, José Alberto Costa, Nuno Marques, Duda, Ricardo Sá Pinto, Pelé, Humberto Coelho, Ricardo Varela, Álvaro Siza Vieira, Rosa Mota, José Gomes Ferreira, Eduardo Souto de Moura, Mísia, Kaúlza de Arriaga, Edward Quillinan, Fernando Gomes, Alexandrina Maria da Costa, Albertina Dias, Pedro Chaves, José Manuel Barbosa Alves, Agostinho, Geraldo Alves, João Domingos Pinto, José Pacheco Pereira, Charles Augustus Howell, Sérgio Leite, João Paulo Pinto Ribeiro, Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen, Miguelito, Cadú, Carlos de Oliveira Magalhães, Pedro Oliveira, Ricardo Emídio Ramalho Silva, Yazalde Gomes Pinto, Duarte Leite, Jaime Magalhães, Carlos Luís Brito, Carlos Carneiro, Tó Ferreira, Joao Costa Menezes, Soeiro Pereira Gomes, Sérgio Pinto, Nuno Santos, Fernando Nélson, Rui Lima, Josué Francisco Trocado, Miguel Areias, Pilar Arlando, Adriano Correia de Oliveira, António Pinto Soares, Peter of Rates, Miguel Pedro, Nelo, Fernando Bandeirinha, André Fernandes, Carlos Milhazes, João da Rocha Ribeiro, Miguel Simão, Nuno Miguel Teixeira Rocha, Tomé de Sousa, Pedro de Escobar, Berta Alves de Sousa, Jorge Pinto da Silva, Jean Ousset, Rui Orlando Ribeiro Santos Neto, Adriano Moreira, Ruy Luís Gomes, Júlio Regufe Alves, Afonso Martins, Mário Silva, Bino, Nuno Gomes, António Lima Pereira, Pedro das Neves Correia, Pedro Manuel da Silva Moreira, João Alexandre Santos, Julio Pires Coelho, Rui Rio, Arthur Napoleão dos Santos, Pêro Vaz de Caminha, Marco António Pereira Leal, Sérgio Godinho, Joaquim Moutinho, Albertino Pereira, Vasco Graça Moura, Felix the Hermit, Bruno Miguel Areias de Sousa, Vitorino Guimarães, Luís Carlos Novo Neto, Pedro Miguel Fonte Boa Santos, Tiago Petiz, Gabriel Mendes, List of residents of Póvoa de Varzim, Nuno Resende, José Domingues dos Santos, R. J. Yeatman, Carlos Maia Pinto, António Augusto de Rocha Peixoto, José Calvário, José Macedo Vieira, José Rodrigues Maio, Francisco Gomes de Amorim, Tavares Moreira, António dos Santos Graça, David José Alves. Excerpt: Tiago Vagaroso da Costa Monteiro (Portuguese pronunciation: ; born 24 July 1976 in Porto, Portugal) is a Portuguese racing driver. He drove for Jordan, Midland and Spyker MF1 teams-all different iterations of the same team as it was bought by new owners during a two year stint as part of the Formula One paddock. In the first year of his Formula One career he set a new record for the most finishes by a driver in their first season (18), and also achieved a podium finish (3rd place) at the controversial 2005 United States Grand Prix. He currently shares the record for the most finishes in a season (18) with Nick Heidfeld and Felipe Massa, while he also shares the record for most finishes in a row for a rookie (16) with Heikki Kovalainen, who had also achieved this landmark in 2007. Monteiro raced with the semi-privateer SR Sport team in the 2010 WTCC season driving a SEAT León TDI, following the withdrawal of SEAT Sport at the end of the previous season. For the 2011 season, he is again driving for SUNRED Engineering, where he is partnered by rookies Aleksei Dudukalo and Pepe Oriola, . 68 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156017296

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Slavery and Protestant Missions in Imperial Brazil: 'The Black Does not Enter the Church, He Peeks in From Outside

José Carlos Barbosa, Fraser G. MacHaffie (Translator), Richard K. Danford (Translator)

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Epitome da vida do illustris. e excellentis. senhor D. Luiz Carlos Ignacio Xavier de Menezes, primeiro marquez do Louriçal, quinto conde da Ericeira .

Barbosa, José, 1674-1750

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Item Description: Book on Demand, Miami, 2013. Perfect binding. Book Condition: NEW. Dust Jacket Condition: NEW. 5.8" x 8.3". In Portuguese language. This book, "Epitome da vida do illustris. e excellentis. senhor D. Luiz Carlos Ignacio Xavier de Menezes, primeiro marquez do Louriçal, quinto conde da Ericeira .", by Barbosa, José, 1674-1750, is a replication of a book originally published before 1743. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible. This item is printed on demand. Thank you for supporting classic literature. SOFT COVER. Bookseller Inventory # 2275200

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Paraná (state) geography Introduction

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x4 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 69. Chapters: Telêmaco Borba, Bela Vista do Paraíso, Paula Freitas, Imbaú, Rebouças, Rio Azul, Paraná, São Sebastião da Amoreira, Santo Antônio da Platina, Salto do Itararé, Almirante Tamandaré, Santa Cruz do Monte Castelo, Cornélio Procópio, São Jorge do Patrocínio, Boa Esperança do Iguaçu, Nova Esperança do Sudoeste, São José das Palmeiras, São Jerônimo da Serra, Capitão Leônidas Marques, São José da Boa Vista, Santa Cecília do Pavão, Nossa Senhora das Graças, Querência do Norte, Três Barras do Paraná, Boa Ventura de São Roque, Santa Terezinha de Itaipu, São Miguel do Iguaçu, São Manoel do Paraná, São João do Triunfo, Adrianópolis, Espigão Alto do Iguaçu, Nova América da Colina, Coronel Domingos Soares, São Mateus do Sul, Serranópolis do Iguaçu, São Pedro do Iguaçu, São Pedro do Paraná, São Carlos do Ivaí, Rancho Alegre d'Oeste, São João do Caiuá, Nova Aliança do Ivaí, Boa Vista da Aparecida, Flor da Serra do Sul, São Jorge do Ivaí, São Pedro do Ivaí, Conselheiro Mairinck, Planaltina do Paraná, Santa Isabel do Ivaí, Brasilândia do Sul, São Jorge d'Oeste, Santa Izabel do Oeste, Santa Tereza do Oeste, Marilândia do Sul, Nova Prata do Iguaçu, Rio Bonito do Iguaçu, Santa Maria do Oeste, São João do Ivaí, Marechal Cândido Rondon, Cândido de Abreu, Mangueirinha, Cruzeiro do Oeste, Alto Paraíso, Paraná, Santana do Itararé, Bandeirantes, Paraná, Bela Vista da Caroba, Ribeirão do Pinhal, Cruzeiro do Sul, Paraná, Cruzeiro do Iguaçu, Diamante do Norte, Nova Santa Bárbara, Altamira do Paraná, Diamante d'Oeste, Pinhal de São Bento, Rio Branco do Ivaí, Entre Rios do Oeste, Barbosa Ferraz, Paraná, Laranjeiras do Sul, Fazenda Rio Grande, Cambará, Centenário do Sul, Fernandes Pinheiro, Ouro Verde do Oeste, Rio Branco do Sul, Quatro Barras, Ivaiporã, Salto do Lontra, Corumbataí do Sul, Francisco Alves, Itapejara d'Oeste, Pontal do Paraná, Tuneiras do Oeste, Vera Cruz do Oeste, Pérola d'Oeste, Saudade do Iguaçu, Alvorada do Sul, Campina da Lagoa, Inácio Martins, Bom Sucesso do Sul, Campo do Tenente, Paraíso do Norte, Bom Jesus do Sul, Paulo Frontin, Doutor Camargo, Santo Inácio, Nova Laranjeiras, Ortigueira, Paraná, Quedas do Iguaçu, Siqueira Campos, Barra do Jacaré, Ariranha do Ivaí, Wenceslau Braz, Paraná, Catanduvas, Paraná, Campina do Simão, Teixeira Soares, Tijucas do Sul, Esperança Nova, Bocaiúva do Sul, Coronel Vivida, Enéas Marques, Rosário do Ivaí, Jundiaí do Sul, Santa Mônica, Formosa do Oeste, Rio Negro, Paraná, Barracão, Paraná, Tunas do Paraná, Mandaguari, Iracema do Oeste, Nova Esperança, Paraná, Indianópolis, Paraná, Novo Itacolomi, Porto Vitória, Agudos do Sul, Clevelândia, Joaquim Távora, Florestópolis, Porto Amazonas, Porto Barreiro, Diamante do Sul, Ribeirão Claro, Nova Santa Rosa, Marmeleiro, Prado Ferreira, Jaguariaíva, Jardim Alegre, Munhoz de Melo, Salgado Filho, Santa Lúcia, Paraná, Foz do Jordão, Doutor Ulysses, Moreira Sales, Alto Piquiri, Jussara, Paraná, Borrazópolis, Itaúna do Sul, Nova Londrina, Quinta do Sol, Renascença, Cidade Gaúcha, Manfrinópolis, Porto Rico, Paraná, Santa Fé, Paraná, Nova Aurora, Paraná, Piraí do Sul, Quatro Pontes, Sertanópolis, Cafelândia, Paraná, Cafezal do Sul, Maria Helena, Mercedes, Paraná, Cantagalo, Paraná, Santa Amélia, São João, Paraná, Honório Serpa, Ipiranga, Paraná, Lidianópolis, Lupionópolis, Godoy Moreira, Grandes Rios, Floresta, Paraná, Congonhinhas, Marialva, Mauá da Serra, Uraí, Itaipulândia, Terra Roxa, Paraná, Mallet, Paraná, Mariópolis, Marquinho, Paraná, . 72 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781157220688

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Montpellier HSC players

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x4 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 71. Chapters: Carlos Valderrama, Eric Cantona, Laurent Blanc, Franck Sauzée, Alberto Costa, Laurent Robert, Grégory Vignal, Roger Milla, Romain Larrieu, Morgaro Gomis, Jean-Philippe Javary, Claude Gnakpa, Karim Aït-Fana, Jacques Santini, AljoSa Asanovic, Mapou Yanga-M'Biwa, Julien Brellier, Aliou Cissé, Hasan Kabze, Didier Agathe, Cédric Joqueviel, Bill Tchato, Roberto de Assis Moreira, William Prunier, Emir Spahic, Nabil Baha, Mansour Assoumani, Ibrahima Bakayoko, Nozomi Hiroyama, Júlio César da Silva, Franck Silvestre, Abderrahmane Mahjoub, Roman Kosecki, Garry Bocaly, Georges Kramer, Jérôme Bonnissel, Gino Padula, Alexis N'Gambi, Thierry Gathuessi, Mehdi Taouil, Steven Cohen, Marco Estrada, Johann Carrasso, Stéphane Paille, Michel Pavon, Ricardo Nascimento, Fodé Mansaré, Patrick Colleter, Albert Rust, Ludovic Clément, Vincent Guérin, Lamine Sakho, Reynald Pedros, Louis Favre, Roger Rolhion, Valéry Mézague, Lucien Leduc, Wilbert Suvrijn, Gunnar Andersson, Hugo Curioni, Mourad Benhamida, Abdelhamid El Kaoutari, Laurent D'Jaffo, Bertrand Robert, Ahmed Reda Madouni, DuSan Petkovic, Mariano Herrón, Benoît Angbwa, Nicolas Sahnoun, William Ayache, Víctor Bonilla, Jérôme Palatsi, Mohamed Chakouri, Rui Pataca, Patrice Garande, Habib Bamogo, Benjamin Stambouli, Nicolas Ouédec, Toifilou Maoulida, Branislav Sekulic, Manuel dos Santos Fernandes, Olivier Sorlin, Rudy Riou, Víctor Trossero, Michel Der Zakarian, Abdelnasser Ouadah, Gérald Passi, Jean-François Larios, Georges Ba, Marcel Mahouvé, Nenad Stojkovic, Mickaël Nelson, Daniel Xuereb, Robert Malm, Charles, Nikolay Todorov, Bruno Martini, Osvaldo Lopes, Josef Humpál, Sékou Touré, Hervé Mirouze, Kuzman Sotirovic, Abdoulaye Cissé, Jean-Marc Furlan, Robert Nouzaret, Malek Aït-Alia, Désiré Koranyi, Thierry Laurey, Fabrice Divert, Julien Darui, Jimmy Mainfroi, Jean-Louis Gasset, Marc-Éric Gueï, Patrice Loko, Abdelkader Ferhaoui, Jean-Matthieu Descamps, Nenad Dzodic, Jocelyn Gourvennec, José Pasqualetti, Víctor Montaño, Rémy Vercoutre, Bruno Bellone, László Kiss, Gérard Gnanhouan, Per Kaufeldt, Pierre Mosca, Marc Bourrier, Christian Sarramagna, Karim Maroc, José Luis Molinuevo, Fleury Di Nallo, Ladislas Douniama, Cyril Jeunechamp, Lilian Compan, Alain Bonnafous, Jean-Philippe Sabo, Cédric Barbosa, Dominique Colonna, István Závodi, Christian Perez, Egutu Oliseh, Souleymane Camara, Uche Agbo, Maurice Lafont, András Törocsik, Christian Lopez, Cédric Cambon, Romain Ferrier, Milorad Mitrovic, François Lemasson, Fatih Atik, Bruno Alicarte, Michel Mézy, Patrick Cubaynes, Franck Passi, Joseph Bonnel, Gérard Buscher, Stéphane Biakolo, Régis Brouard, Christophe Sanchez, Bruno Carotti, Ali Sami Yachir, Serge Blanc, Cyril Ramond, Younès Belhanda, Nicolas Godemèche, Didier Neumann, Jean Bastien, Jody Viviani, Laurent Pionnier, Pierre Laigle, Jean-Claude Lemoult, Hervé Bugnet, Jacques Vergnes, Hervé Alicarte, Jacek Ziober, Joris Marveaux, Abdelkader Ben Bouali, Grégory Carmona, Stéphane Darbion, Geoffrey Dernis, Pascal Baills, Frédéric Garny, Michel Rodriguez, Stéphane Cassard, Guy Van Sam, Francis Llacer, Anthony Lippini, Philippe Delaye, Jean-Christophe Rouvière, Geoffrey Jourdren, Anthony Scribe, François Bellugou, Julien Poueys, Sylvain Deplace, Grégory Lacombe, Jérôme Sykora, Joseph Kaucsar, Mama Ouattara, Jamel Saihi, Thomas Deruda, Julio Colombo, Geoffrey Doumeng, Mathieu Lafon, Omar Belbey, Pascal Fugier, Benjamin Genton, Faouzi Mansouri, Vincent Beduer, Jean-Désiré Sikely, Guill. 72 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155895802

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x4 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 72. Chapters: Nuno Mendes, Tiago Mendes, João Vieira Pinto, Eli Ohana, Filipe da Costa, Pablo Contreras, Leonardo da Silva Moura, Rodrigo Possebon, Hugo Viana, Miklós Fehér, Dominic Foley, Ricardo Rocha, Jaime Pacheco, Quim, Irineu Calixto Couto, César Peixoto, Roland Linz, Stéphane Demol, Arnaldo Edi Lopes da Silva, Marcel Augusto Ortolan, André Monteiro, Andrija DelibaSic, Elpídio Silva, Paulo Alves, Michael Curcija, Hugo Leal, Wason Rentería, Carlos Carvalhal, Carlos Secretário, Tony Sealy, Eduardo Carvalho, Filipe Oliveira, Dani Mallo, Diego da Silva Costa, Jorge Luiz dos Santos Dias, Ibón Pérez Arrieta, Albert Meyong, Paulo Santos, Hussein Yasser, Luis Aguiar, Nabil Baha, Matheus Leite Nascimento, Nozomi Hiroyama, António Folha, Carlos Marinelli, Kim Dong-Hyun, Armando Sá, João Tomás, Orlando Sá, Mindaugas Kalonas, Alan Osório da Costa Silva, Paíto, Daniel Kenedy, Artur Moraes, Luís Filipe, Jorge Luiz Sousa, Adriano Barbosa Miranda da Luz, Kaká, Uwa Elderson Echiéjilé, Gale Agbossoumonde, João Pereira, Adriano Rossato, José Carlos Santos da Silva, Evaldo Fabiano, Luís Loureiro, Cândido Costa, Miguelito, Ricardo Nascimento, António Conceição da Silva Oliveira, Ricardo Esteves, Chiquinho Conde, Carlos Manuel da Silva Cunha, André Leone, Maurício Fernandes, Miguel Garcia, Nuno Frechaut, Jordão, Adriano Vieira Louzada, José Márcio da Costa, Yazalde Gomes Pinto, Nordin Wooter, Mário Felgueiras, Rodrigo José Lima dos Santos, Éder Bonfim, Bruno Gama, Jonny Rödlund, Edimar, Vanja Grubac, Custódio Castro, José Carlos Araújo Nunes, João Henrique de Andrade Amaral, Élton Rodrigues Brandão, Edmilson Dias de Lucena, Abel Ferreira, Pawel Kieszek, Diogo Valente, Fredrik Söderström, Roberto Brum, Wenderson Arruda Said, Vanderson Válter de Almeida, João Alves, Vítor Castanheira, Igor de Souza, Cícero Semedo, Alberto Junior Rodríguez, Pena, Hélder Barbosa, Luís Filipe Vieira Carvalho, Andrés Madrid, Maciel Lima Barbosa da Cunha, Paulo César Rocha Rosa, Hugo Vieira, Marco Vanzini, Jean Paulista, Olberdam, Carlos Fernandes, Marcin Chmiest, Agostinho Oliveira, Hans Eskilsson, Diego Martins da Silva, Diego Macedo, Wellington Damião Nogueira Marinho, Fernando Alexandre, Pedro Roma, Aparecido Francisco de Lima, Nuno Miguel Teixeira Rocha, Paulo Jorge Sousa Gomes, Paulo Jorge Soares Gomes, José Luis Deus, Rafael Bastos, Nuno Miguel Mendes Cavaleiro, Leandro Salino, Vítor Pereira, Rui Correia, Zé Manel, Bruno Tiago, Tiago Miguel Baía Pinto, Ilan Bakhar, José Barroso, Jacques Pereira, Césinha, Manuel Abreu, Georgi Velinov, Karim Kazeem, Louis Angelo Peña, Stélvio Rosa da Cruz, Vermelhinho, Marcos Barbosa Oliveira, Srdan Obradovic, Jaílson Alves dos Santos, Radoslav Zdravkov, Reinaldo Gomes, Abiodun Agunbiade, Jair Baylón, Moisés Moura Pinheiro, Gil Gomes, Ricardo Chaves, José Carlos Leite de Sousa, Sidney Moraes de Almeida Júnior, Théodore Nzue Nguema, João Oliveira Pinto, Luís Andrade, Dmitri Prokopenko, Telmo Além da Silva, Srdan Bajcetic, Ben Badi, Lenny Fernandes Coelho, Marco André Azevedo Gonçalves, Ricardo Abel Barbosa Ferreira, Andrzej Wozniak, Kostadin Kostadinov, Ladji Keita, Joaquim Neves, Sílvio Manuel Pereira, Joseph Peterson, Nélson Gama, Marco Ramos, Pizzi, João Paulo da Silva Gouveia Morais, Rui Palhares, Jorge Ferreira, Fernando Festas, Davide, Laureta, João Pedro Guerra Cunha, Vado, Virgílio Lopes, Dito, António Manuel Nogueira, Geovânio Bonfim Sobrinho, António Aparício, Cristiano Pereira Figueiredo, Vítor Santos, 72 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155838175

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Item Description: General Books Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x4 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 79. Kapitel: José Dias Ferreira, João Carlos de Saldanha Oliveira e Daun, António de Oliveira Salazar, José Sócrates, Pedro de Sousa Holstein, José Domingues dos Santos, José Ribeiro e Castro, José Norton de Matos, José Luís da Cruz Vilaça, Nuno José Severo de Mendonça Rolim de Moura Barreto, Francisco Pinto da Cunha Leal, Afonso Augusto da Costa, João Franco Ferreira Pinto Castelo Branco, Bernardino Machado, José Baptista Pinheiro de Azevedo, Filomeno da Câmara de Melo Cabral, Manuel José de Arriaga, Teófilo Braga, Humberto Delgado, Vitorino de Carvalho Guimarães, Sidónio Pais, António Correia de Campos, Joaquim Pimenta de Castro, José Lúcio Travassos Valdez, José António de Melo Pinto Ribeiro, António Joaquim Granjo, Diogo Freitas do Amaral, António Ginestal Machado, Mário Lino, João de Deus Pinheiro, Mário Sottomayor Cardia, António Costa, Manuel da Silva Passos, Manuel Pinho, Mariano Gago, Alberto Bernardes Costa, Álvaro de Castro, Carlos Mota Pinto, Marcelo Caetano, Maria de Lurdes Rodrigues, Eduardo Ferro Rodrigues, Raimundo Enes Meira, Ana Jorge, António Caetano de Abreu Freire Egas Moniz, Manuel Alegre, Francisco José Fernandes Costa, Rui Pereira, Adelino da Palma Carlos, Jerónimo de Sousa, Álvaro Cunhal, António José de Ávila, Anselmo José Braamcamp, Liberato Ribeiro Pinto, Maria de Lourdes Pintasilgo, Nuno Severiano Teixeira, Luís Marques Mendes, Alfredo Rodrigues Gaspar, Pedro Silva Pereira, Luís Valente de Oliveira, Francisco da Costa Gomes, José Vieira da Silva, Peter von Aragón, Isabel Pires de Lima, Tomé José de Barros Queirós, António Cardoso e Cunha, Francisco Joaquim Ferreira do Amaral, António Ramalho Eanes, Bento António Gonçalves, Joaquim Pedro de Oliveira Martins, Antonio Sardinha, Victor Hugo de Azevedo Coutinho, António José de Almeida, José de Castro, Carlos Coelho, Henrique Chaves, Augusto de Vasconcelos, Luís Campos e Cunha, Abílio de Guerra Junqueiro, José de Freitas Ribeiro, Francisco Louçã, António Rosa Coutinho, António Vitorino, Francisco António da Veiga Beirão, João Tamagnini de Sousa Barbosa, Carlos Maia Pinto, Francisco Assis, José Carlos de Mascarenhas Relvas, Manuel Teixeira Gomes, Miguel Bombarda, Alberto João Jardim, Henrique Mitchell de Paiva Couceiro, Brito Camacho, Ernesto Melo Antunes, António Teixeira de Sousa, Rodrigo Pinto Pizarro Pimentel de Almeida Carvalhais, Zita Seabra, José Cutileiro, Vítor Alves, José Ramos Preto, Artur Alberto de Campos Henriques, António Maria Baptista, João Crisóstomo de Abreu e Sousa, Carlos Galvão de Melo, Júlio Dantas, José Jorge Loureiro, Emídio Guerreiro, Armando França, Sebastião Cústodio de Sousa Teles, António Dias de Oliveira, Inocêncio Camacho Rodrigues, Manuel Fernandes Tomás, Vítor Constâncio. Auszug: José Dias Ferreira (\* 30. November 1837 in Pombeira da Beira (Arganil); + 8. September 1909 in Vidago (Chaves (Portugal)) war ein portugiesischer Rechtswissenschaftler, Politiker und Premierminister (Presidente do Conselho de Ministros) während der Zeit der konstitutionellen Monarchie. Die Juristische Fakultät der Universität CoimbraDer Sohn von Kleinbauern sollte ursprünglich eine Laufbahn als Priester absolvieren und begann zunächst vorbereitende Studien der Lateinischen Sprache. Bereits im Alter von noch vierzehn Jahren erfolgte 1852 seine Immatrikulation an der Fakultät für Theologie an der Universität Coimbra. Aufgrund des Einflusses des Professors und Abgeordneten Vicente Ferrer de Neto Paiva beendete er jedoch sein Theolo. 80 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159263522

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