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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: MPLA politicians, Angolan Civil War, Jos Eduardo dos Santos, Agostinho Neto, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos, Paulo Kassoma, Armed Forces for the Liberation of Angola, Joo Bernardo de Miranda, Desiderio Costa, Joo Maria de Sousa, Fernando Jos de Frana Dias Van-Dnem, Iko Carreira, Assuno dos Anjos, Viriato da Cruz, Daniel Chipenda, Bicesse Accords, Lopo do Nascimento, Nito Alves, Francisco Higino Carneiro, Pitra Neto, Mrio Pinto de Andrade, Kundy Pahiama, Afonso Van-Dnem MBinda, Juilo Mateus Paulo, Antonio Dias Cardoso, Marcolino Moco, Hlder Vieira Dias, Roberto Leal Monteiro, Joaquim Pinto de Andrade, Francisco Romo, Angolan Communist Party, Maria Mambo Caf, Antnio Alberto Neto, Lcio Lara, Henrique de Carvalho Santos, Ilidio Machado, Gentil Ferreira Viana, Valentim Ames, Rui de S, Party of the United Struggle for Africans in Angola, Aliceres Mango, Youth of MPLA, Democratic Front for the Liberation of Angola, Movement for the National Independence of Angola. Excerpt: The Angolan Civil War (1975-2002) began immediately after Angola became independent from Portugal in November 1975. Prior to this, a decolonisation conflict had taken place in 1974-75, following the Angolan War of Independence of 1961-74. The Civil War was primarily a fight for power between two former liberation movements, the Peoples Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) and the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA), who each had different roots in the Angolan social fabric and mutually incompatible leaderships. Both the MPLA and UNITA had socialist leanings, but for the purpose of mobilising international support posed as Marxist-Leninist and anti-communist, respectively. A third former movement, the National Front for the Liberation of Angola (FNLA), having fought the MPLA alongside UNITA duri. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781232459330

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Fonte: Wikipedia. Pginas: 30. Captulos: Caricaturistas da Alemanha, Caricaturistas da Frana, Caricaturistas de Portugal, Caricaturistas do Brasil, Caricaturistas do Reino Unido, Ziraldo, Di Cavalcanti, Manuel de Arajo Porto-Alegre, Lauro Villares, Clcius Rodrigues de Morais, Edgar Vasques, Nair de Tef, Henrique Fleiuss, Carlos Botelho, Lanfranco Aldo Ricardo Vaselli Cortelline Rossi, J. Carlos, Gabriel Vargas, Fernando Correia Dias, E. T. A. Hoffmann, Francisco Pedro do Amaral, Juarez Machado, Eymard Brando, Benedito Carneiro Bastos Barreto, Raul Pederneiras, Manohead, Adolf Oberlnder, Miguel Covarrubias, Celso Hermnio de Freitas Carneiro, Cssio Loredano, Thomaz de Mello, Toms Leal da Cmara, Belmiro de Almeida, Paulo Sampaio, Cndido Costa Pinto, Antnio Nssara, Crcamo, Jos Madeira de Freitas, David Levine, Helios Seelinger, Franois-Ren Moreau, Guido Viaro, Joaquim Lopes de Barros Cabral, Alex Gard, Henrique Cavalleiro, Aurlio de Figueiredo, Cristiano Cruz, Augusto Bier, Augusto Rodrigues, Luis Trimano, Hiplito Colomb, Amrico da Silva Amarelhe, Altemar Henrique de Oliveira, Novaes, Crispim do Amaral, Adolphe Willette, Lemmo Lemmi, Quirino Campofiorito, James Gillray, Joo Batista Melado, Paulo Cangussu Cordeiro, Ferrignac, Antnio Jorge Gonalves, Mrcio Leite. Excerto: Ziraldo Alves Pinto (Caratinga, 24 de outubro de 1932) um cartunista, chargista, pintor, dramaturgo, caricaturista, escritor, cronista, desenhista e jornalista brasileiro. o criador de personagens famosos, como o Menino Maluquinho, e, atualmente, um dos mais conhecidos e aclamados escritores infantis do Brasil. Ziraldo Alves Pinto passou toda a infncia em Caratinga. irmo do tambm desenhista, cartunista, jornalista e escritor Zlio Alves Pinto e tambm de Ziralzi Alves Pinto, seu grande amigo. Estudou dois anos no Rio de Janeiro e voltou a Caratinga, tendo concludo o mdulo cientfico (atual ensino mdio). Formou-se em Direito pela Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781231521571

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Fonte: Wikipedia. Pginas: 29. Captulos: Mrio Jardel Almeida Ribeiro, Douglas dos Santos, Jos Carlos Soares, Alison Wgner Lira Ferreira, Odair Jos Reis, Paulo Baier, Marco Aurlio de Oliveira, Reinaldo de Souza, Vitalino Adolfo Barzotto, Luciano Almeida, Mahicon Jos Librelato da Silva, Leandro Branco, Jandson dos Santos, Leandro Guerreiro, Altair Fileti Azevedo, Rudnei da Rosa, Michel Neves Dias, Patric Cabral Lalau, Uendel Pereira Gonalves, Jael Ferreira Vieira, Elsio Andr Turatto, Arthur Henrique Bernhardt, Luisinho Netto, Jlio Csar Rocha Costa, Anselmo Tadeu Silva do Nascimento, Fernando Alves Santa Clara, Leonardo Gonalves Silva, Peter de Almeida, Lus Mrio Miranda da Silva, Magno Alves, Agenor Detofol, Tio, Jefferson Luis Teixeira Silva, Jos Carlos dos Anjos Svio, Anderson Alves da Silva, Mrcio Alemo, Leomir Soares Cruz, Marcio de Souza Gregrio Jnior, Lins Lima de Britto, Marcos Denner, lder Alencar Machado de Campos, der Ceccon, Leandson Dias da Silva, Everton Luiz de Paulo, Roberto Costa, Cristiano Tiririca, Zulu, Wilson Vaterkemper, nderson Lus Schweitzer, Murilo Lus Cazagrande, Gelson Silva, Wescley Pina Gonalves, Marcelo Mabilia, Rmulo Marques Macedo, Everton Kempes dos Santos Gonalves, Miguel Angel Lavi da Cunda, Renato Benatti, Jecimauro Jos Borges, Guilherme Finkler, Jfferson Alberto Ferreira, Douglas Silva, Flvio Pinto de Souza, Mrcio Delvi da Costa, Marco Antnio Miranda Filho, Clodoaldo de Oliveira, Alex Maranho, Ronaldo Rosa dos Santos, Leandro Farias, Paulo Csar de Souza, Cristiano Lima da Silva, Ricardo Sales Alves dos Santos, Jean Carlos Alves Coral, Genivaldo Francisco dos Santos, Rogrio Moraes Messias, Vincius Prateat, Rbson Gabriel de Macedo, Vilmar Rodrigues dos Santos, Jorge Veras, Mateus Cancian Milbradt, Ramon Guilherme Zanardi Martins, Idemar Angelo Tomasi, Dauri, Gilmar Lima de Souza, Flvio Rodrigues da Silva, Fernando Moraes Passarela. Excerto: Mrio Jardel Almeida Ribeiro, conhecido como Jarde. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781231486597

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Paulo Valentim, Amarildo Tavares da Silveira, Jorge Mendona, Jos Reinaldo de Lima, Paulo Csar Vieira Rosa, Mrcio Bittencourt, Claudiomiro Estrais Ferreira, Alcindo Sartori, Paulo Roberto Marcelino Dias Jnior, Herlison Caion de Sousa Ferreira, Maycon Santana, Antnio Wilson Vieira Honrio, Maicon Marques Bitencourt, Edmilson da Silva Melo, Friaa, Zizinho, Guga, Vander Luiz Silva Souza, Odir Jaques, Edmar Bernardes, Caio Jnior, Oreco, Baltazar, Almir, Edivaldo Martins Fonseca, Carlos Alberto Dias, Willian Jos, Heleno de Freitas, Antnio Benedito da Silva, Amarildo Souza do Amaral, Lucas Gacho, Rinaldo Lopes Costa, Felipe Azevedo dos Santos, Abraham Patusca da Silveira, Walter da Silva, Leivinha, Sylvio Pirillo, Dino da Costa, Rafael Mariano, Valdeci Baslio da Silva, Vlber da Silva Costa, Franklin Bittencourt, Edvaldo Alves de Santa Rosa, Lcio Tefilo da Silva, Alcindo Martha de Freitas, Roberto Linck, Marcus Vinicius, Eduardo Rodrigues Souza, Humberto Tozzi, Ivair Ferriera, Roberto Miranda, Douglas Maradona Campos Dangui, Valdomiro Vaz Franco, Alex dos Santos Gonalves, Ronieli Gomes dos Santos, Natan Pereira, Eli Durante, Joao Maria Lima do Nascimento, Bira, Lus Trochillo, Washington Csar Santos, Mariano Bernardo, Iris DeBrito, Wellington Cndido da Silva Jnior, Sergio Clerici, Serginho Chulapa, Lus Carlos Machado, Ronaille Calheira, Patrik Camilo Cornlio da Silva, Jos Ricardo da Silva, Henrique Almeida Caixeta Nascentes, Rodolpho Barteczko, Z Srgio, Adlson Luz Anastcio, Yeso Amalfi, Leonardo Manzi, Moderato Wisintainer, Natanael de Souza Santos Junior, Edmilton Conceio dos Santos, Lus Mesquita de Oliveira, Armando Miranda, Walquir Mota, Angelo Carlos Pretti, Willian Sara de Souza, Sergio Gomes, Zito, Joo Guilherme Estevo da Silva, Romeu Pellicciari, Miguel Bianconi, Danilo Montecino Neco. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781233157846

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Fonte: Wikipedia. Pginas: 32. Captulos: Argemiro de Assis Brasil, Celso Furtado, Eliezer Batista, Darcy Ribeiro, Afonso Arinos de Melo Franco, Andr Franco Montoro, Ulysses Guimares, Osvaldo Cavalcanti da Costa Lima Filho, San Tiago Dantas, Joo Mangabeira, Carvalho Pinto, Virglio de Morais Fernandes Tvora, Hermes Lima, Eliseu Paglioli, Antnio Balbino, Abelardo de Arajo Jurema, Francisco de Paula Brochado da Rocha, Evandro Lins e Silva, Hlio Bicudo, Paulo Mrio da Cunha Rodrigues, Walter Moreira Sales, Paulo Pinheiro Chagas, Joo Augusto de Arajo Castro, Almino Monteiro lvares Afonso, Egdio Michaelsen, Amaury Kruel, Jos Diogo Brochado da Rocha, Gabriel Passos, Armando Monteiro Filho, Nlson de Melo, Miguel Calmon du Pin e Almeida Sobrinho, Antnio Ferreira de Oliveira Brito, Pedro Paulo de Arajo Suzano, Waldyr Ramos Borges, Alfredo Nasser, Jair Dantas Ribeiro, Reinaldo Joaquim Ribeiro de Carvalho Filho, Clvis Monteiro Travassos, Ney Neves Galvo, Ansio Botelho, ngelo Nolasco de Almeida, Albino Silva, Otvio Augusto Dias Carneiro, Jos Ermrio de Morais, Roberto Lira, Estcio Gonalves Souto Maior, Expedito Machado da Ponte, Amaury de Oliveira e Silva, Paulo de Tarso Santos, Joo de Segadas Viana, Slvio Borges de Sousa Mota, Manuel Cordeiro Vilaa, Jlio Furquim Sambaqui, Hlio de Almeida, Henrique Domingos Ribeiro Barbosa, Renato Costa Lima, Teotnio Monteiro de Barros, Wilson Fadul, Osvaldo Lima Filho, Heitor Doyle Maia, Carlos Molinari Cairoli. Excerto: Argemiro de Assis Brasil (So Gabriel, 11 de maio de 1907 - Canoas, 23 de junho de 1982) foi um militar brasileiro. Argemiro de Assis Brasil era filho de Lenidas de Assis Brasil, fazendeiro gacho, e de Marcia de Assis Brasil, que possuam uma propriedade em Cacequi, no Rio Grande do Sul, onde Argemiro passou boa parte da infncia. O incio de sua vida escolar foi em seu municpio natal. Em 1921, foi estudar no Colgio Militar de Porto Alegre, indo em seguida para a Escola Militar do Realengo, . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781231470152

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 30. Chapters: Fernando Collor de Mello, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Jos Alencar, Epitcio Pessoa, Cristovam Buarque, Marina Silva, Roberto de Oliveira Campos, Marcelo Crivella, Tasso Jereissati, Benedita da Silva, Ruy Barbosa, Jos Bonifcio the Young, Francisco Otaviano, Eduardo Suplicy, Washington Lus, Mrio Covas, Abdias do Nascimento, Srgio Cabral Filho, Ana Amlia Lemos, Jernimo de Sousa Monteiro, Andr Franco Montoro, Jefferson Peres, Artur da Tvola, Jos Fragelli, Marco Maciel, Jos de Melo Carvalho Muniz Freire, Romeu Tuma, Jos Linhares, Pinheiro Machado, Florentino vidos, Gilberto Mestrinho, lcio lvares, Nestor Gomez, Jorge Bornhausen, Tio Viana, Jos Fogaa, Gilvam Borges, Augusto Tasso Fragoso, Esperidio Amin, Bernardino Jos de Campos Jnior, Jorge Kalume, Teotonio Vilela Filho, Alozio Mercadante, Leomar Quintanilha, Florncio Carlos de Abreu e Silva, Paulo Paim, Joaquim Floriano de Godoy. Excerpt: Fernando Affonso Collor de Mello (Portuguese pronunciation: ; born August 2, 1949) was the 32nd president of Brazil from 1990 to 1992, when he resigned in a failed attempt to stop his trial of impeachment by the Brazilian Senate. Collor was the first president directly elected by the people after the end of the Brazilian military government. After his resignation from the presidency, the impeachment trial, on charges of corruption, continued, and Collor was found guilty by the Senate and sentenced to disqualification from holding elected office for eight years (1992-2000). Collor was later acquitted of ordinary criminal charges in his judicial trial before Brazils Supreme Federal Tribunal, for lack of valid evidence. After the end of his period of disqualification, Collor was elected a Senator of the Republic in the 2006 general elections and began his term in February 2007. Fernando Collor was born in a politic. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781233173716

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Fonte: Wikipedia. Pginas: 59. Captulos: Luiz Incio Lula da Silva, Marina Silva, Raimundo Jinkings, Toninho Ceclio, Clodesmidt Riani, Luiz Marinho, Chico Mendes, Zeca do PT, Francisco Carlos Garisto, Neno Vasco, Santo Dias da Silva, Luiz Carlos Bassuma, Jos Barroso Pimentel, Florentino de Carvalho, Robson Camargo, Joo Paulo Lima e Silva, Jos Maria de Almeida, Olvio Dutra, Ideli Salvatti, Jaques Wagner, Rinaldo Jos Martorelli, Ivan Pinheiro, Chico Ferramenta, Paulo Bernardo, Jos Fortunati, Paulo Pereira da Silva, Paulo Paim, Joo da Costa Pimenta, Henrique Afonso, Antnio Jos Castelo Branco Medeiros, Marinor Brito, Astrojildo Pereira, Ricardo Berzoini, Marco Maia, Robson Gomes da Silva, La Aparecida de Oliveira, Tilden Santiago, Assis Melo, Vicente Paulo da Silva, Miguel Rossetto, Luiz Dulci, Sib Machado, Jos Eduardo Dutra, Salvadora Lopes, Carlos Moura Dourado, Margarida Maria Alves, Jorge Bittar, Joo Vaccari Neto, Erika Kokay, Ftima Cleide, Jos Juarez Antunes, Osmar Antnio de Arajo, Jos Ilrio Gonalves Marques, Paulo Tadeu, Delbio Soares, Jair Meneguelli, Paulo Jackson, Domingos Passos, Raimundo Pereira de Castro, Joo Coser, Leopoldo Nunes, Cyro Garcia, Sinval de Oliveira Bambirra, Luiz Antnio Medeiros, Antnio Rogrio Magri, Geraldo Pegoraro, Csar Colnago, Geraldo Pastana, Luiz Gushiken, Jos Soares Sampaio, Jamil Murad, Roberto Sobrinho, Miguel Corra, Domingos Barb, Raimundo Ferreira Lima, Antnio Barbosa Filho, Carlos Augusto Alves Santana. Excerto: Luiz Incio Lula da Silva ( - Caets, 27 de outubro de 1945), mais conhecido como Lula, um poltico, ex-sindicalista, ex-metalrgico e ex-presidente da Repblica brasileiro. Ele foi o trigsimo quinto presidente da Repblica Federativa do Brasil, cargo que exerceu de 1 de janeiro de 2003 a 1 de janeiro de 2011. Lula, forma hipocorstica de Lus, sua alcunha desde os tempos em que era representante sindical. Posteriormente, este apelido foi oficialmente adicionado ao seu nome lega. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781231479322

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Fuente: Wikipedia. Pginas: 63. Captulos: Sergio Vieira de Mello, Oscar Niemeyer, Paulo Coelho, Ernesto Nazareth, Isabel de Brasil, Augusto Boal, Glria Pires, Joaquim Machado de Assis, Edson Zampronha, Did, Joo Havelange, Leon Hirszman, Peter Brian Medawar, Januaria Mara de Braganza, Fernando Collor de Mello, Joo Baptista Figueiredo, Fernanda Montenegro, Nathalia Dill, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Alberto Dines, Roberto Moreno, Francisca de Braganza, Glauber Rocha, Jorge Ben Jor, Irasema Dilin, Antnio Fagundes, Amlcar Barbuy, Morena Baccarin, Afonso Henriques de Lima Barreto, Deborah Secco, Walter Salles, Barn del Ro Branco, Carlos Latuff, Francisco de Sales Torres Homem, Giovanna Antonelli, Christina Oiticica, Carlos Gregrio, Joaquim Pedro de Andrade, Jaques Morelenbaum, Cildo Meireles, Nando Carneiro, Carlos Alberto Parreira, Cssia Eller, Anthony Garotinho, Carlos Arthur Nuzman, Fernanda Torres, Raul Pompia, Paulinho da Viola, Jennifer ONeill, Royler Gracie, Cristina Ach, Nlida Pin, Csar Maia, Paulo Autuori, Augusto Rademaker, Washington Lus Pereira de Sousa, Olavo Bilac, Daniele Suzuki, Alinor Azevedo, Ryan Gracie, Daniel Filho, Paulo Roberto, Oscar Lorenzo Fernndez, Marcos Brunet, Antnio Augusto Carvalho Monteiro, Cludio Heinrich, Helosa Maria Buarque de Hollanda, Srgio Cabral Filho, Ricardo de Carvalho Duarte, Joo Barone, Pedro Luis de Orleans-Braganza, Roberto Marinho, Manuel Antnio de Almeida, Matheus Petinatti, Jamelo, Eugnio Gudin, J Soares, Agep, Antnio Lopes dos Santos, Carlos Lyra, Ana Richa, Euclydes Pontes, Octavio Frias, Rodrigo Gracie, Eduardo das Neves. Extracto: Paulo Coelho ( Ro de Janeiro, 24 de agosto de 1947) es un novelista, dramaturgo y letrista brasileo. Es uno de los escritores ms ledos del mundo con ms de 50 millones de libros vendidos en ms de 150 pases, traducidos a 71 lenguas. Ha recibido destacados premios y reconocimientos internacionales, como el premio Crystal Award que concede el Foro Econ. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781232466277

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Item Description: Chronicle Books Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x2 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 29. Chapters: MPLA politicians, Angolan Civil War, José Eduardo dos Santos, Agostinho Neto, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos, Paulo Kassoma, Armed Forces for the Liberation of Angola, João Bernardo de Miranda, Desiderio Costa, João Maria de Sousa, Fernando José de França Dias Van-Dúnem, Iko Carreira, Assunção dos Anjos, Viriato da Cruz, Daniel Chipenda, Bicesse Accords, Lopo do Nascimento, Nito Alves, Francisco Higino Carneiro, Pitra Neto, Mário Pinto de Andrade, Kundy Pahiama, Afonso Van-Dúnem M'Binda, Juilão Mateus Paulo, Antonio Dias Cardoso, Marcolino Moco, Hélder Vieira Dias, Roberto Leal Monteiro, Joaquim Pinto de Andrade, Francisco Romão, Angolan Communist Party, Maria Mambo Café, António Alberto Neto, Lúcio Lara, Henrique de Carvalho Santos, Ilidio Machado, Gentil Ferreira Viana, Valentim Amões, Rui de Sá, Party of the United Struggle for Africans in Angola, Aliceres Mango, Youth of MPLA, Democratic Front for the Liberation of Angola, Movement for the National Independence of Angola. Excerpt: The Angolan Civil War (1975-2002) began immediately after Angola became independent from Portugal in November 1975. Prior to this, a decolonisation conflict had taken place in 1974-75, following the Angolan War of Independence of 1961-74. The Civil War was primarily a fight for power between two former liberation movements, the People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) and the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA), who each had different roots in the Angolan social fabric and mutually incompatible leaderships. Both the MPLA and UNITA had socialist leanings, but for the purpose of mobilising international support posed as 'Marxist-Leninist' and 'anti-communist', respectively. A third former movement, the National Front for the Liberation of Angola (FNLA), having fought the MPLA alongside UNITA during the war for independence, played almost no role in the Civil War. Finally, a Front for the Liberation of the Enclave of Cabinda FLEC, an association of separatist militant groups, fought for the independence of Cabinda. The war can be divided roughly into three periods of major fighting - between 1975 and 1991, 1992 and 1994, and 1998 and 2002 - broken up by fragile periods of peace. By the time the war was brought to an end in 2002, after 27 years, an estimated 500,000 people had been killed, over one million had fled from rural to urban areas, massive damage had been done to Angola's infrastructure, and the nation's public administration, economic enterprises and even religious institutions were in many places in shambles. The Angolan Civil War reached such dimensions due to massive foreign intervention being combined with its internal dynamics. Both the Soviet Union and the United States considered it critical to the global balance of power and to the outcome of the Cold War, and they and some of their allies put significant effort into making it a proxy war between their two power blocs. The Angolan Civil War ultimately became one of 32 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781232459330

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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: 31. Chapters: Josué Anunciado de Oliveira, Miraildes Maciel Mota, Mozart Santos Batista Júnior, Iranildo Hermínio Ferreira, Claiton Fontoura dos Santos, Arílson, Fernando Rech, Nélio da Silva Melo, Fábio de Jesus, Pedro Paulo de Oliveira, Douglas Rinaldi, Rodrigo Juliano Lopes de Almeida, Wamberto de Jesus Sousa Campos, Rodrigo Mendes, José Fernando Fumagalli, Marcos Paulo Alves, Luciano Henrique de Gouveia, Ricardo Souza Silva, Robson Vicente Gonçalves, Antônio da Silva, Vandré Sagrilo Monteiro, Fábio Simplício, Hermes Neves Soares, Marcos Alberto Skavinski, Paulo Benedito Maximiano, Leonardo dos Santos Silva, Juninho Petrolina, Everson Pereira da Silva, Adriano Gabiru, Andre Luiz de Souza Silva, Vágner Rogério Nunes, Wênio, Marquinhos Paraná, Fábio José dos Santos, Wellington Monteiro, Fabiano Gadelha, Giuliano Marinho dos Santos, Gefferson da Silva Goulart, Carlos Alberto de Oliveira Júnior, Luciano Ratinho, Clederson Cesar de Souza, Sandro Goiano, Lico, Alberto Luis de Souza, Élder, Willamis de Souza Silva, Moacir Rodrigues Santos, Anderson Simas Luciano, Cléber Nelson de Andrade Raphaelli, Adilson Ferreira de Souza, Marcus Vinicius de Morais, Giuseppe Vela Junior, Léomar Leiria, Welington Nogueira Lopes, Leandro Guerreiro, Dejair Jorge Ferreira, Richard Garcia Miranda, Milene Domingues, Robert da Silva Almeida, Eduardo Araújo Moreira, Everton Antônio Pereira, Luciano de Souza, Christian Maicon Hening, Geraldo Moreira da Silva Júnior, Lucenilde Pereira da Silva, Emerson Pereira, José Luís Santos da Visitação, Lúcio Flávio dos Santos, José Carlos Gomes Filho, Marcos Corrêa dos Santos, Eriverton Lima, Sílvio José Canuto, Jonílson Clovis Nascimento Breves, Luciano Lopes de Souza, Gustavo Boccoli, Adriano Ferreira Silvestre, Fábio Baiano, Valberto Amorim dos Santos, José Ivanaldo de Souza, Rodrigo Fabri, Tininho, Túlio Lustosa Seixas Pinheiro, Rodrigo Fernandes Valete, Cleilton Eduardo Vicente, Edmilson Ferreira, Ânderson Lima, Fernando Almeida de Oliveira, José Batista Leite da Silva, Marcos Bonifacio da Rocha, Luciano Fonseca, Edmilson Alves, Sidney Moraes de Almeida Júnior, Fernando Miguel, Xavier Dirceu, Jose Reginaldo Vital, Junior Godoi, Glaydson Marcelino Freire, Jeovânio, Roger Machado Marques, António Carlos dos Santos, Danilo Gabriel de Andrade, Evanor, Josue Dos Santos, Marcelinho Paulista, Sandro Gaúcho, Bechara Oliveira, Anderson Luiz Schveitzer, Ronielle Faria Gomes, Rosembrick José Bezerra de Lira, Heleno dos Santos Alves, Valdenir da Silva Vitalino, Maycon, Denison Cabral, Fábio de Souza, Elton da Costa, Sérgio Henrique Silva Guedes, Edu Sales, Adriano Munoz, Guga, Fernando Pilar, Marco Aurélio de Oliveira, Douglas da Costa Souza, Aírton Graciliano dos Santos, Edson Pereira de Barros, Márcio de Souza Jotha, Leonardo Pereira de Oliveira, Eduardo Godinho Felipe, Cleber Resende de Oliveira, Narciso dos Santos, Edmilson Carlos Abel, Saulo Batista de Andrade Cordeiro, Leandro de Deus Santos, Marco Aurélio Fernandes da Silva, Rogerio Cannellini, Nilberto da Silva Melo, Luís Carlos Lima de Souza, Marcelo Rosada Silva, João Batista Casemiro Marques, Leonidas Ferreira de Paulo Junior, Dinei, Ben-Hur Moreira Peres, Leandro Gil Miranda da Silva, Maurício Rodrigues Alves Domingues, Carlos de Jésus Júnior, Nivaldo Lourenço da Silva, Carlos Alberto Pinha da Rocha, Wagner Santos Lago, Fabio Moises Rosa, Ranieli Jose Cechinato, Peniche Everton Romualdo, Roque, Rodrigo Batata, Daniel Carlos Silv. 32 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155917061

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Item Description: Books Llc Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 248x190x10 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 42. Kapitel: Paulo Coelho, Afonso Henriques de Lima Barreto, Tita do Rego Silva, Geraldo Vandré, Augusto Boal, Clarice Lispector, Jorge Amado, Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis, Mário de Andrade, Moacyr Scliar, Oswald de Andrade, Egberto Gismonti, Vik Muniz, Liste brasilianischer Schriftsteller, João Guimarães Rosa, João Ubaldo Ribeiro, Nelson Pereira dos Santos, Fernando Bastos de Ávila, Magda Tagliaferro, Lasar Segall, Darcy Ribeiro, Netinho de Paula, Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Manuel Bandeira, Beatriz Milhazes, Laudelino Freire, Euclides da Cunha, Lya Luft, Manuel de Araújo Porto-alegre, Zé do Rock, Alexandre Murucci, Álvares de Azevedo, José de Alencar, José Mauro de Vasconcelos, Iole de Freitas, Marina Colasanti, Vinícius de Moraes, Luiz Aquila, Eduardo Kac, Lygia Bojunga Nunes, Raimundo Carrero, Lêdo Ivo, Jac Leirner, Francisco de Almeida Fleming, Cildo Meireles, Augusto dos Anjos, Clara Nunes, Ricardo Basbaum, Nelson Hoffmann, Leonardo Villar, Henrique Maximiano Coelho Neto, Paulo Lins, Alphonsus de Guimaraens, Lindanor Celina, Grupo Corpo, Marcelo Lago. Auszug: Paulo Coelho ( 24. August 1947 in Rio de Janeiro) ist ein brasilianischer Schriftsteller und Bestseller-Autor. Paulo Coelho wurde 1947 in eine gutbürgerliche brasilianische Familie hineingeboren, sein Vater Pedro ist Ingenieur, seine Mutter Lydia Hausfrau. Er hat eine ältere Schwester namens Sonia. Paulo Coelhos Leben war von Beginn an religiös geprägt. Als siebenjähriger Junge besuchte er die Jesuitenschule San Ignacio in Rio de Janeiro, in der er bei einem schulischen Lyrikwettbewerb einen Preis erhielt. Coelho studierte Rechtswissenschaften gegen den Wunsch seines Vaters, der ihn gerne in seinen Fußstapfen als Ingenieur gesehen hätte, unterbrach 1970 jedoch sein Studium, um als Hippie eine zweijährige Weltreise durch Südamerika, Nordafrika und Europa zu unternehmen. Coelhos anschließende Tätigkeit als Theater- und Drehbuchautor sowie sein in dieser Zeit währender Drogenkonsum wurden von seinen streng katholischen und konservativen Eltern scharf verurteilt. Sein rebellisches Aufbegehren gegen die Vorstellungen und Ziele seiner Eltern führte aufgrund der Annahme, ihr Sohn sei geistesgestört, zu insgesamt drei Einweisungen in die psychiatrische Anstalt Casa de Saúde Dr. Eiras (1966, 1967 und 1968), wo er auch mit Elektrokrampftherapie behandelt wurde. Die Erfahrung stationärer psychiatrischer Behandlung schilderte er später in seinem Roman Veronika beschließt zu sterben. Coelho war und ist politisch tätig. Gemeinsam mit dem Musiker Raul Seixas wurde Coelho 1973 Mitglied der antikapitalistischen Alternativen Gesellschaft , die Freiheit und Selbstbestimmung propagierte und in der magische Rituale praktiziert wurden. Coelho engagierte sich in dieser Zeit für eine Comicserie, genannt Kring-ha , die ebenfalls für mehr Freiheit im vom Militär regierten brasilianischen Staat eintrat. Aufgrund der möglichen Gefahr einer Oppositionsbildung verhaftete das Militärregime die beiden Männer 1974. Zwei Tage nach seiner Freilassung wurde Coelho von einer paramilitärischen Orga 44 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781158779963

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Brasilianische Literatur

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Item Description: Books Llc Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 247x195x10 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 52. Kapitel: Paulo Coelho, Macunaíma Der Held ohne jeden Charakter, Academia Brasileira de Letras, Afonso Henriques de Lima Barreto, Augusto Boal, Clarice Lispector, Jorge Amado, Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis, Mário de Andrade, Moacyr Scliar, Werner Zotz, João Simões Lopes Neto, Oswald de Andrade, Ferreira Gullar, Liste brasilianischer Schriftsteller, João Guimarães Rosa, Antonio Callado, Fernando Sabino, João Ubaldo Ribeiro, Chico Buarque, Literatura de Cordel, O Guarani, Darcy Ribeiro, Maria Firmina dos Reis, Vítor Viana, Dom Casmurro, Prêmio Machado de Assis, Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Manuel Bandeira, Osman Lins, Olavo Bilac, José Carlos de Lima Vaz, Laudelino Freire, Euclides da Cunha, Lya Luft, Roberto Schwarz, Manuel de Araújo Porto-alegre, Zé do Rock, Afonso Arinos, Álvares de Azevedo, José de Alencar, Leandro Müller, Ariano Suassuna, José Mauro de Vasconcelos, Prêmio Juca Pato, Marina Colasanti, Vinícius de Moraes, Zélia Gattai, Lygia Bojunga Nunes, Lêdo Ivo, Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza, Prêmio Jabuti de Literatura, Roberto Freire, José de Mesquita, Iracema, Festa Literária Internacional de Paraty, Augusto dos Anjos, Nelson Hoffmann, Dina Mangabeira, Guilherme de Almeida, Henrique Maximiano Coelho Neto, Der Zahir, Paulo Lins, Alphonsus de Guimaraens, Lindanor Celina, Florêncio Carlos de Abreu e Silva. Auszug: Paulo Coelho ( 24. August 1947 in Rio de Janeiro) ist ein brasilianischer Schriftsteller und Bestseller-Autor. Paulo Coelho wurde 1947 in eine gutbürgerliche brasilianische Familie hineingeboren, sein Vater Pedro ist Ingenieur, seine Mutter Lydia Hausfrau. Er hat eine ältere Schwester namens Sonia. Paulo Coelhos Leben war von Beginn an religiös geprägt. Als siebenjähriger Junge besuchte er die Jesuitenschule San Ignacio in Rio de Janeiro, in der er bei einem schulischen Lyrikwettbewerb einen Preis erhielt. Coelho studierte Rechtswissenschaften gegen den Wunsch seines Vaters, der ihn gerne in seinen Fußstapfen als Ingenieur gesehen hätte, unterbrach 1970 jedoch sein Studium, um als Hippie eine zweijährige Weltreise durch Südamerika, Nordafrika und Europa zu unternehmen. Coelhos anschließende Tätigkeit als Theater- und Drehbuchautor sowie sein in dieser Zeit währender Drogenkonsum wurden von seinen streng katholischen und konservativen Eltern scharf verurteilt. Sein rebellisches Aufbegehren gegen die Vorstellungen und Ziele seiner Eltern führte aufgrund der Annahme, ihr Sohn sei geistesgestört, zu insgesamt drei Einweisungen in die psychiatrische Anstalt Casa de Saúde Dr. Eiras (1966, 1967 und 1968), wo er auch mit Elektrokrampftherapie behandelt wurde. Die Erfahrung stationärer psychiatrischer Behandlung schilderte er später in seinem Roman Veronika beschließt zu sterben. Coelho war und ist politisch tätig. Gemeinsam mit dem Musiker Raul Seixas wurde Coelho 1973 Mitglied der antikapitalistischen Alternativen Gesellschaft , die Freiheit und Selbstbestimmung propagierte und in der magische Rituale praktiziert wurden. Coelho engagierte sich in dieser Zeit für eine Comicserie, genannt Kring-ha , die ebenfalls für mehr Freiheit im vom Militär regierten brasilianischen Staat eintrat. Aufgrund der möglichen Gefahr einer Oppositionsbildung verhaftete das Militärregime die beiden Männer 1974. Zwei Tage nach seiner Freilassung wurde Coelho von einer paramilitärischen Orga 52 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781158918416

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Fonte: Wikipedia. Pginas: 187. Captulos: Dejan Petkovi, Edmundo, Pel, Dunga, Neymar, Robinho, Dod, Marta, Lus Matoso, Arthur Friedenreich, Marcelinho Carioca, Odvan, Jos Ferreira Neto, Francisco Jesuno Avanzi, Jonas Gonalves Oliveira, Diego Ribas da Cunha, Deivid de Souza, Paulo Henrique Ganso, Marquinhos Santos, Viola, Rodrigo Fabri, Zetti, Freddy Rincn, Vlber Roel de Oliveira, Pedro Paulo de Oliveira, Andr Lus Garcia, Evando, Elano, Lus Antnio Corra da Costa, Serginho Chulapa, Marcelinho Paraba, Gylmar dos Santos Neves, Tcheco, Scrates, Madson, Giovanni Silva de Oliveira, Marcos Assuno, Antonio de Nigris, Fbio Santos Romeu, Carlos Alberto Torres, Lcio Flvio, Rodrigo Fernandes Valete, Gustavo Nery, Marcel Augusto Ortolan, Klber Pereira, Alexandre Gallo, Jair Rosa Pinto, Arouca, Antnio Carlos Zago, Jair Bala, Alessandro Mori Nunes, Juary, Danilinho, Athirson, Careca, Heleno de Freitas, Klber de Carvalho Correia, Paulinho Kobayashi, Doni, Val Baiano, Joo Paulo de Lima Filho, Fabiano Eller, Ricardo Oliveira, Aristizbal, Wellington Paulista, Nelsinho Baptista, Leonardo Lima da Silva, Ricardo Lus Pozzi Rodrigues, Apodi, Joselino Martins de Jesus, Mariano Trpodi, der Aleixo de Assis, Caio Ribeiro Decoussau, Fabo, Antnio Wilson Honrio, Rodolfo Rodrguez, Marco Cerd, Cludio Ado, Fabiano Souza, Joo Batista Nunes de Oliveira, William Jnior Sales de Lima Souza, Claudio Maldonado, Edu Dracena, Mauricio Molina, Valdir de Moraes Filho, lder Granja, Edi Wilson Jos dos Santos, Dermival de Almeida Lima, Dic, Leandro Machado, Andr Luiz Moreira, nderson Lima, Wilson Francisco Alves, Weldon Santos de Andrade, Fbio Baiano, Felipe Garcia dos Prazeres, Marcelo Veiga, Fabiano Pereira da Costa, Paulo Isidoro de Jesus, Claiton Alberto Fontoura dos Santos, Jos Eduardo Bischofe de Almeida, Csar Sampaio, Fbio Pereira da Cruz, Bida, Osas, Reinaldo da Cruz Oliveira Nascimento, Fbio Costa, Alberto Luiz de Souza, Jos Macia, Srgio Guedes, Olav. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781231574294

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Minister (Portugal)

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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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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Fonte: Wikipedia. Pginas: 212. Captulos: Ronaldo Lus Nazrio de Lima, Tlio Humberto Pereira Costa, Edmundo, Carlos Tvez, Dunga, Manoel de Morais Amorim, Rivaldo, Garrincha, Roberto Carlos da Silva, Emerson Leo, Nilmar Honorato da Silva, Lus Matoso, Deco, Carlos Alberto Gomes de Jesus, Sebastio Miranda da Silva Filho, Lidson, Roberto Rivellino, Marcelinho Carioca, Jos Ferreira Neto, Deivid de Souza, Viola, Vampeta, Freddy Rincn, Waldir Peres, Adlson Batista, Luiz Felipe Ventura dos Santos, Tiago Antnio Campagnaro, Germn Herrera, Andr Clarindo dos Santos, Joo Roberto Baslio, Roger Galera Flores, Lus Antnio Corra da Costa, Serginho Chulapa, Nelson de Jesus Silva, Rafael Sbis, Luiz Carlos Bombonato Goulart, Douglas dos Santos, Gylmar dos Santos Neves, Givanildo Oliveira, Tcheco, Sebastin Domnguez, Amoroso, Finazzi, Scrates, Iarley, Paulo Czar Lima, Bruno Fernandes de Souza, Carlos Gamarra, Alex Raphael Meschini, Walter Casagrande, Juan Carlos Arce, Gustavo Nery, Christian Corra Dionsio, Alexandre Gallo, Antnio Carlos Zago, Paulo Nunes, Alessandro Mori Nunes, Lus Trochillo, Perdigo, Mrio Milani, Rgis Pitbull, Javier Mascherano, Mrcio Bittencourt, Roger Guerreiro, Ronaldo Soares Giovanelli, Alberto Martn Acosta, Klber de Carvalho Correia, Hugo Henrique Assis do Nascimento, Mrcio Rodrigues, Lus Marcelo Morais dos Reis, Doni, Antnio Rodrigues Filho, Aldo Bobadilla, Joo Paulo de Lima Filho, Carlos Renato de Abreu, Elias Mendes Trindade, Flvio Almeida da Fonseca, Elivelton Alves Rufino, Anfilogino Guarisi, Tlio Lustosa Seixas Pinheiro, Edu Gaspar, Joo Alves de Assis Silva, Ricardo Lus Pozzi Rodrigues, Rodrigo de Souza Cardoso, Rafael Moura, William Machado de Oliveira, Gilmar Fub, Bruno Csar, Leandro Lessa Azevedo, Lus Carlos Winck, Cludio Ado, Djair Kaye de Brito, Marques Batista de Abreu, Oswaldo Silva, Antnio Gilberto Maniaes, Fbio Luciano, Matas Defederico, Edlson da Silva Ferreira, Joo Carlos dos Santos, Csar Apar. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781231574362

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In Memoriam De Delfim Guimarães 1872-1933

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Item Description: Livraria Editora Guimarães, Lisboa, 1934. Soft cover/Edição Brochada. Book Condition: Fair/Razoável. First Edition/ 1ª. Edição. 20x26cm. 470 páginas. Colaboradores literários: Afonso Lopes Vieira, Agostinho de Campos, Alberto Bramão, Alberto de Oliveira, Alberto Pimentel (Filho), Alfredo da Cunha, Alice Ogando, Álvaro Neves, Armelim Júnior, Beatriz Beirão, Branca de Gonta Colaço, Brito Camacho, C.A.Marques Leitão, Campos Lima, Cândido da Cruz, César de Frias, Cláudio Bastos, Conde d'Aurora, Costa Leão, Eduardo de Noronha, Elói do Amaral, Eugénio Soares Branco, Fernando Tavares de Carvalho, Ferreira de Castro, Gago Coutinho, Galino Marques, Ginestal Machado, Gomes de Carvalho, Gomes Monteiro, Henrique de Campos Ferreira Lima, Henrique Marques, Henrique Marques Júnior, J.M.Rodrigues, Jaime Câmara, João Alberto Pereira de Azevedo Neves, João de Almeida, João Gomes de Abreu, João Grave, João J. de Araújo Lima, João Paulo Freire, Joaquim de Carvalho, José Sarmento, Júlio Brandão, Júlio Dantas, Júlio Dias da Costa, Júlio de Lemos, Manuel António Gomes, Manuel Ribeiro, Maria Amélia Teixeira, Marques Braga, Paulo Martins Cabral, Pereira Vitorino, Pinto de Carvalho (Tinop), Ricardo Jorge, Rocha Martins, Rui Gomes de Carvalho, Simões Ratola, Sousa Costa, Tavares de Carvalho, Teresa Leitão de Barros, Virgínia Lopes de Mendonça e Vitorino Nemésio. Edição ilustrada com excelentes gravuras de pintores portugueses. Lombada com um pequeno arranjo. Bookseller Inventory # 002259

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Portuguese politicians

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x5 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 88. Chapters: Assassinated Portuguese politicians, Azorean politicians, Madeiran politicians, Portuguese European Commissioners, Portuguese politician stubs, Portuguese politicians of Indian descent, Portuguese presidential candidates, Portuguese women in politics, Teófilo Braga, Froilano de Mello, Francisco de Borja Garção Stockler, José Manuel Barroso, António José de Ávila, 1st Duke of Ávila and Bolama, Manuel de Brito Camacho, Diogo de Freitas do Amaral, Otelo Saraiva de Carvalho, Humberto Delgado, João Soares de Albergaria de Sousa, António Osório Sarmento de Figueiredo, Jr., António Maria da Silva, José Maria de Sousa Horta e Costa, Ana Maria Gomes, Alberto João Jardim, Sidónio Pais, Manuel Alegre, Maria de Lourdes Pintasilgo, Hermano José Braamcamp de Almeida Castelo-Branco, 1st Count of Sobral, João Carlos Saldanha de Oliveira Daun, 1st Duke of Saldanha, António Granjo, Jaime Gama, Maria de Lurdes Rodrigues, José Correia da Serra, José Maria de Sousa Macedo Almeida e Vasconcelos, 1st Baron of Santa Comba Dão, Nuno José Severo de Mendoça Rolim de Moura Barreto, 1st Duke of Loulé, Jerónimo de Sousa, João Tamagnini Barbosa, Francisco Manuel Trigoso, Miguel Maria de Sousa Horta e Costa, 3rd Baron of Santa Comba Dão, Carlos Mota Pinto, António Maria de Sousa Horta e Costa, Joaquim Pimenta de Castro, Luís Maria de Sousa Horta e Costa, João Maria Ferreira do Amaral, Ernesto Hintze Ribeiro, Manuela Ferreira Leite, Francisco José Caeiro, Carlos César, Luís Amado, Duarte Leite, Liberato Pinto, António Teixeira de Sousa, António Maria Baptista, António José Severim de Noronha, 1st Duke of Terceira, Fernando Rosas, Octávio Pato, José Ramos Preto, Tomé de Barros Queirós, Vasco Gonçalves, Manuel António Vassalo e Silva, José Baptista Pinheiro de Azevedo, Zita Seabra, Adelino da Palma Carlos, Jaime Nogueira Pinto, José Norton de Matos, Fernando Teixeira dos Santos, João Teixeira Soares de Sousa, Francisco da Veiga Beirão, José Pinto Coelho, Leonor Beleza, Salgado Zenha, António Vitorino, Bernardo de Sá Nogueira de Figueiredo, 1st Marquess of Sá da Bandeira, António de Almeida Santos, Fátima Felgueiras, Victor Crespo, José Ribeiro e Castro, Joel Hasse Ferreira, Ana Bailão, Luís Marques Mendes, José Hipólito Raposo, Luís de Almeida Braga, Orlando da Costa, Vítor Constâncio, José Adriano Pequito Rebelo, João Franco, Fontes Pereira de Melo, António Costa, Ferro Rodrigues, António Ginestal Machado, Carlos Galvão de Melo, Teófilo Carvalho dos Santos, Francisco Xavier da Silva Pereira, Conde das Antas, Alfredo Nobre da Costa, Teresa Patrício de Gouveia, Joaquim Miranda, José Dias Ferreira, Vasco de Almeida e Costa, João Bosco Mota Amaral, Gonçalo Ribeiro Telles, João Duarte de Sousa, António Marques Mendes, Francisco Louçã, Ilda Figueiredo, João de Deus Pinheiro, Maria de Belém Roseira, Mário Lino, Francisco de Oliveira Dias, Carlos Carvalhas, Fernando Nobre, Manuel Carvalho da Silva, Alfredo Bruto da Costa, Henrique de Barros, Joaquim Magalhães Mota, Paulo Casaca, Carlos Brito, António Soares Carneiro, Rui Pereira, Fernando Amaral, Vasco Graça Moura, Vasco da Gama Fernandes, Fernando Nogueira, João de Freitas do Amaral, Alberto Costa, Leonardo Ribeiro de Almeida, José Luciano de Castro, Júlio Fogaça, Maria Barroso, José Vicente de Freitas, Nuno Severiano Teixeira, António Barbosa de Melo, Miguel de Vasconcelos, José Vitoriano, Domingos Oliveira, Francisco Martins Rodrigues, Madalena Barbosa, Vítor Alves, Artur Ivens Ferraz, 88 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156757369

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Fluminense Football Club players

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ISBN 10: 1155620690 ISBN 13: 9781155620695

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Expatriate footballers in South Korea

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x5 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 93. Chapters: Richard Offiong, Grafite, Jamie Cureton, Serginho Baiano, Matt McKay, Li Weifeng, Alpay Özalan, SaSa Ognenovski, Piyapong Pue-on, Naohiro Takahara, Jade North, Cheick Oumar Dabo, Reinaldo Elias da Costa, Adrian Neaga, Server Djeparov, Feng Xiaoting, Pavel Badea, Milton Rodríguez, Ahmad Elrich, Mauricio Molina, Cosmin Olaroiu, Kazuyuki Toda, Kiki Musampa, Ognjen Koroman, Marcel Augusto Ortolan, Dodô, Adrian Mihalcea, Thiago Gentil, Alexander Geynrikh, Andy Cooke, Leandro Machado, Chris Marsden, Serhiy Skachenko, Stipe Lapic, Eduardo Gonçalves de Oliveira, Rade Bogdanovic, Tuta, Marian Aliuta, Dalian Atkinson, Juan Carlos Arce, Alen Avdic, Greg Brown, Zoran Urumov, Masakiyo Maezono, Wan Houliang, Ceyhun Eris, Paulo Rink, José Luis Villanueva, Kuki, Carlos Esteban Frontini, Magno Alves, Paulinho Criciúma, Dejan Damjanovic, Wanderson de Paula Sabino, Gabriel Popescu, Timur Kapadze, Masahiro Ohashi, Mauricio Verón, Mato Neretljak, João Soares da Mota Neto, Cristiano Pereira de Souza, Selmir dos Santos Bezerra, Camilo da Silva Sanvezzo, Denilson Martins Nascimento, Josip simic, SaSa Drakulic, Miodrag Andelkovic, Adilson dos Santos, Andrade Antunes Anderson, Yevgeni Kuznetsov, Juan Manuel Olivera, Artem Yashkin, Paulo Marcel Pereira Merabet, Simo Krunic, Ricardo Villar, Sebastjan Cimirotic, Adriano Chuva, An Yong-Hak, Cléber Schwenck Tiene, Ricardo Nascimento, Ricardo Esteves, Li Chunyu, Stevica Ristic, André Luiz Tavares, Nádson Rodrigues de Souza, Michel Pensée, Yan Song, Cleonésio Carlos da Silva, Ion Ionut Lutu, Maurício Fernandes, Serhiy Konovalov, Fabián Caballero, Dragan Mladenovic, Cristian Dulca, Aleksei Prudnikov, Jóbson Leandro Pereira de Oliveira, Bertin Tomou, José Carlos Ferreira Filho, Itamar Batista da Silva, Marcos Denner, Fabrício Silva Cabral, Jean-Kasongo Banza, Kazunari Okayama, Jefferson Feijão, Zeljko Simovic, Frank Lieberam, Emeka Mamale, José Fernando Fumagalli, Ricardo Weslei de Campelo, Luciano Henrique de Gouveia, Julio Pablo Rodríguez, Lee Sa-Vik, Sandro Cardoso dos Santos, Antun Kovacic, Leopoldo Roberto Markovsky, Luciano Valente de Deus, Eduardo Francisco de Silva Neto, Eninho, Anderson Ricardo dos Santos, Zoltan Sabo, Rômulo Marques Macedo, Almir Kayumov, Edmilson Dias de Lucena, Nonato, Valeri Sarychev, Valdeir da Silva Santos, Andriy Sydelnykov, Sandro Hiroshi, Ricardo Mion Varella Costa, Herlison Caion de Sousa Ferreira, Walter Perazzo, Agnaldo Cordeiro Pereira, Lazar Popovic, Lucio Filomeno, Fábio Junior dos Santos, Neto Baiano, Adriano Bizerra Melo, Josiesley Ferreira Rosa, Éverton Santos, Maurício de Oliveira Anastácio, Cabore, Diego da Silva Giaretta, Anselmo Vendrechovski Júnior, SaSa Petrovic, Henrik Jørgensen, Carmelo Valencia, Andrei Solomatin, Junio César Arcanjo, Oleg Elyshev, Denis Laktionov, Bergson Gustavo Silveira da Silva, Alexandru Popovici, Krunoslav Lovrek, Alex Asamoah, Luis Carlos Fernandes, Cristiano Ávalos dos Passos, Fabiano Gadelha, Walter Minhoca, József Somogyi, Boris Tropanet, Mario Ivankovic, Reinaldo da Cruz Oliveira, Joílson Rodrigues da Silva, Jean Carlos Dondé, Kevin Hatchi, Valeri Shmarov, Marcelo Macedo Ferreira, Radivoje Manic, Tiago Jorge Honório, José Ortigoza, Jonhes Elias Pinto Dos Santos, Dzenan Radoncic, Wellington Gonçalves Amorim, Gefferson da Silva Goulart, Luiz Henrique da Silva Alves, Nikola Vasiljevic, Luciano Ratinho, Luís Mário Miranda da Silva, Vitaliy Parakhnevych, Patrick Villars, Clodoaldo Paulino de Lima, Abbas Obei. 96 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155621609

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Expatriate footballers in Bulgaria

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x5 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 95. Chapters: Andwélé Slory, Mário Jardel, Jemal Johnson, Joel Lindpere, Cillian Sheridan, Elliot Grandin, Filipe da Costa, Gustavo Franchin Schiavolin, Raïs M'Bolhi, Garra Dembélé, Serginho Greene, Savio Nsereko, Tiago Treichel, Nikola Vujadinovic, João Natailton Ramos dos Santos, Daniel Bogdanovic, Milivoje Novakovic, Vladislav Radimov, Rodrigo de Souza Cardoso, Rafael Barbosa do Nascimento, Florentin Petre, José Soares da Silva Filho, Boban Babunski, István Ferenczi, Sergey Nikolayevich Mironov, João Soares de Almeida Neto, Artim sakiri, Radoslav Zabavník, Daniel Pancu, Alban Bushi, Emanuel Bentil, Chakib Benzoukane, Hamilton Ricard, Kevin Amuneke, Peter PetráS, Slavco Georgievski, Justin Haber, Dustley Mulder, Héctor González, Erison da Silva Santos, Florin Prunea, Jean Carlos, Eugen Trica, Filipe Machado, Gabriel Cichero, Igor Mitreski, Alejandro Cichero, Aimé Koudou, Mamoutou Coulibaly, Nicolás Esteban Medina Ríos, Dragan Zilic, Garba Lawal, Christos Maladenis, SaSa Antunovic, José Emilio Furtado, Tozé Marreco, Jean Ondoa, Gustave Bahoken, NebojSa Jelenkovic, Richard Eromoigbe, Nei, Rachid Tiberkanine, Michel Platini Mesquita, David Bystron, Djalma Henrique da Silva, David Silva, Pavle DelibaSic, Justice Christopher, Florin Bratu, Diogo Andrade, Daniel Bekono, Quido Lanzaat, Ibrahima Gueye, Oleksandr Holokolosov, Ademar Tavares Júnior, Robert Caha, Njogu Demba-Nyrén, Slavoljub Ðordevic, Vladan Grujic, Josias Basso, Gregory Nelson, Daniel Morales, SaSa Ciric, MacDonald Mukansi, Laurentiu Reghecampf, Basile de Carvalho, William Batista, Francisco Alberoni, Tiago Silva dos Santos, Léo Lima, Amiran Mujiri, Michael Tawiah, Manoel da Silva Filho, Félicien Singbo, Bassilia Sakanoko, Patrick Ogunsoto, Rui Miguel, Aleksandar Mutavdzic, Viktors Morozs, Jovaldir Ferreira, John Inglis, Adriano Miranda de Carvalho, Abderrahman Kabous, Dzemal Berberovic, Bogdan Patrascu, Daniil Ratnikov, Sebastián Flores, NeSko Milovanovic, Altin Haxhi, Ilami Halimi, Doka Madureira, Cheng Mouyi, Vladan Milosavljevic, SaSa Simonovic, Cristian Valentin Muscalu, Agnaldo Cordeiro Pereira, Ortega Deniran, José Luis Garcés, Garðar Gunnlaugsson, Ilija Najdoski, Darko Spalevic, Abdelkarim Kissi, Wilfried Niflore, Dalibor Dragic, Zoran Cvetkovic, Goran Jankovic, Omonigho Temile, Jane Nikolovski, Igor Bogdanovic, Dedé Anderson, Aleksandar Stoimirovic, Adrián Fernández, Oleksiy Yakymenko, Péter Kabát, Vuk RaSovic, Zé Rui, Mauro Almeida, Marco Tiago, Daniel Ola, Sead Halilagic, Dudu Paraíba, Sandrinho, Moussa Koita, Stefan Giglio, Rogério Gaúcho, Vanco Trajanov, Marcos Antônio Malachias Júnior, Alexandru Piturca, Tiago Costa, João Paulo Brito, Serge Yoffou, Ramón Manuel Mendoza, João Carlos Pinto Chaves, Edgardo Simovic, Eduard Tsykhmeystruk, Brent Rahim, Emanuele Morini, Igor Taskovic, Eduard Ratnikov, Roberto Eduardo Carboni, Nilton Fernandes, Stanislavs Pihockis, Eli Zizov, Marko Ilic, Youness Bengelloun, Gabrijel Radojicic, Sergej Jakirovic, Oliver Kovacevic, Robert Petrov, Miodrag Pantelic, Chucks Nwoko, Nuno Fonseca, Alan Carlet, Serhiy Doronchenko, Richard Garcia Miranda, William Kwabena Tiero, Ricardo André, Marco Tulio, Marko Vidovic, Rodrigo Augusto Sartori Costa, Steeve Joseph-Reinette, Benoît Cauet, Abudramae Bamba, Ademar Aparecido Xavier Júnior, Dejan Djermanovic, Ditmar Bicaj, Valeriu Rachita, Nenad Nastic, Lys Mouithys, Matthias Morys, Samuel Almeida Camazzola, Rade Todorovic, Aleksandr Bukleyev, André Roberto Soares da Silva, Joel. 96 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155943558

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Sport Club Internacional players

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x5 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 100. Chapters: Dunga, Alexandre Pato, Nilmar Honorato da Silva, Lúcio, Alan Kardec, Carlos Gamarra, Vanderlei Luxemburgo, Paulo Roberto Falcão, Bobô, Elías Figueroa, Aílton Gonçalves da Silva, Roberto Abbondanzieri, Washington, Daniel Carvalho, Andrés D'Alessandro, Rodrigo Possebon, Cláudio Taffarel, Fernando Cavenaghi, Cuca, Sandro Ranieri, Elivélton, Paulo Silas, Leonardo de Jesus Geraldo, Kléber de Carvalho Corrêa, Huenes Marcelo Lemos, Argélico Fucks, Cássio Oliveira, Fernando Baiano, Rafael Sóbis, Rodrigo de Souza Cardoso, Dadá Maravilha, Mário Sérgio Pontes de Paiva, Paulo César Fonseca do Nascimento, Fábio Luciano, Júnior Baiano, André Neles, Sergio Goycochea, José Roberto de Oliveira, Luiz Cláudio Barros, Álvaro Luiz Maior de Aquino, Kléber Pereira, Juliano Roberto Antonello, Paulo César Carpegiani, Abubakar Bello-Osagie, Marinho Peres, Pedro Alves da Silva, Tita, Wason Rentería, Leandro Machado, Edu Marangon, Clemer Melo da Silva, Mario Bolatti, Ney Fabiano, Márcio Roberto dos Santos, Christian Corrêa Dionisio, Magrão, Jorge Luiz dos Santos Dias, Luiz Alberto da Silva Oliveira, Jorge Wagner, Diego Aguirre, Fábio Rochemback, Luís Eduardo Schmidt, Luiz Carlos Winck, César Prates, Luiz Adriano, Gonzalo Sorondo, Diego Gavilán, Adílson Batista, Branco, Luis Bolaños, Paulinho Criciúma, Renan Brito Soares, Wellington Luís de Sousa, Aloísio Pires Alves, Marcelo Gonçalves Costa Lopes, Ramón da Silva Ramos, Claiton Fontoura dos Santos, Sidnei, Cleiton Xavier, Fabiano Eller, Arílson, Pedro Iarley Lima Dantas, Gilberto Ribeiro Gonçalves, Filipe Machado, Julio César Enciso, José Róbson do Nascimento, Rubén Paz, Mauro Galvão, Pablo Guiñazú, Fernando Rech, Jair Gonçalves Prates, Mazinho Oliveira, Thiago Corrêa, Gilmar Rinaldi, Diogo Rincón, Carlos Germano, Everton Giovanella, Rafael Alves Targino, Sérgio Luís de Araújo, Gökçek Vederson, André Luiz Tavares, Fábio de Jesus, Roberto Fernández, André Cruz, Gilberto Carlos Nascimento, Célio Silva do Nascimento, Alecsandro, Leandro Augusto, Fabián Andrés Vargas, José Márcio da Costa, Jefferson Feijão, Alexandre Paes Lopes, Eltinho, Ytalo, André Luiz de Oliveira Regatieri, Óscar Aguirregaray, Luciano Henrique de Gouveia, Manoel da Silva Filho, Ênio Andrade, Rubén Piaggio, Paulo César Vieira Rosa, Horacio Ameli, Luciano Valente de Deus, Ricardo Souza Silva, Gustavo Nery de Sá da Silva, Genivaldo Francisco dos Santos, Andrés Orozco, Hércules Brito Ruas, Márcio Bittencourt, Casemiro Mior, Oséas Reis dos Santos, Claudiomiro Estrais Ferreira, Djair Kaye de Brito, Ueslei Raimundo Pereira da Silva, Martín Hidalgo, Marcos Alberto Skavinski, Juan Carlos Letelier, Ronaldo Conceição, Ceará, Giuliano Victor de Paula, Josimar, Fábio Junior dos Santos, Manga, Neto Baiano, Vanderson Válter de Almeida, Talles Henrique Cunha, Adriano Gabiru, Maurício de Oliveira Anastácio, Luciano Almeida, Leandro Ávila, Caio Alves, Cláudio Duarte, Eduardo Sasha, Rubén Darío Bustos, Cristian Chagas Tarouco, Adriano Ferreira Martins, Rodrigo Fernandes Alflen, Wellington Monteiro, Guga, Diego de Lima Barcelos, Edmar Aparecida, Marcelo Labarthe, Walter Henrique da Silva, Valdir Benedito, Rosinei Adolfo, Oreco, Carlos Miguel da Silva Júnior, Hiran Spagnol, Clederson Cesar de Souza, Alberto Luis de Souza, Marco Antônio de Mattos Filho, Alex Raphael Meschini, Almir, Reinaldo Vicente Simão, Edimo Ferreira Campos, Junior Felício Marques, Danny Bittencourt Morais, Leandro Guerreiro, Ramon de Morais Motta, Élder Gran. 100 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155777757

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Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense players

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ISBN 10: 1155902874 ISBN 13: 9781155902876

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x6 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 107. Chapters: Ronaldinho, Anderson Luís de Abreu Oliveira, Mário Jardel, Lucas Leiva, Sebastián Abreu, Grafite, Gilberto da Silva Melo, Felipe Melo, Michel Bastos, Emerson Ferreira da Rosa, Maxi López, Émerson Leão, Paulo Marcos de Jesus Ribeiro, Washington, Paulo Roberto Junges, Jean Beausejour, Felipe Baloy, Renato Gaúcho, Cuca, Marcelinho Paraíba, Valdo Filho, Sérgio Manoel, Djair Baptista Machado, Juninho Botelho, Giovanni Silva de Oliveira, Cássio Oliveira, Alejandro Sabella, Mário Sérgio Pontes de Paiva, Paulo César Fonseca do Nascimento, Warley Silva dos Santos, Diego de Souza Andrade, Joubert Araújo Martins, Marcel Augusto Ortolan, Dorival Júnior, Paulo César Lima, César Santin, Alexandre da Silva Mariano, Jonas Gonçalves Oliveira, Tita, Luiz Bombonato Goulart, Zinho, Aílton dos Santos Ferraz, Sérgio Araújo, Leandro Amaral, Julio dos Santos, Christian Corrêa Dionisio, Tuta, Roberto de Assis Moreira, Sebastián Saja, Guilherme de Cássio Alves, Fábio Rochemback, Bilica, Luiz Carlos Winck, Leonardo Astrada, Dener, Éder Aleixo de Assis, Luís Carlos Tóffoli, Diego Gavilán, Adílson Batista, Branco, William Machado de Oliveira, Baltazar Maria de Morais Júnior, Francisco Arce, Marcelo Lipatin, Éder Gaúcho, Carlos Eduardo Marques, Palhinha, Caio Ribeiro Decoussau, Gustavo Manduca, Wanderson de Paula Sabino, Rômulo Marques Antoneli, Rolando Schiavi, Felipe Mattioni, Alfinete, Ânderson Polga, Ânderson Pico, Arílson, Márcio José de Oliveira, Douglas Costa, Fernando Prass, Eduardo Martini, Mauro Galvão, Rodrigo Galatto, Diego Simões, Héctor Scotta, Clesly Evandro Guimarães, China, Réver Humberto Alves Araújo, Fábio Camilo de Brito, Rodrigo Alvim, César Martins de Oliveira, Adriano Chuva, Sergio Órteman, Agustín Cejas, Edino Nazareth Filho, Rafael Alves Targino, Jorge Alberto da Costa Silva, Ricardo Tavarelli, Jean Ferreira Narde, Eduardo Nascimento Costa, Lúcio Carlos Cajueiro Souza, Capone, Jorge Daniel Cardaccio, Fábio Santos Romeu, Wellington Santos da Silva, Marcos Rogério Oliveira Duarte, Cláudio Pitbull, Bruno Renan Trombelli, Mithyuê, Edixon Perea Valencia, Germán Herrera, Rodrigo Mendes, Catalino Rivarola, Oleúde José Ribeiro, Nelinho, Jorge Antônio Putinatti, Hugo Henrique Assis do Nascimento, Ricardo Bueno, George Lucas Coser, Marcos Paulo Alves, Julián Maidana, Léo Lima, Julio Pablo Rodríguez, Jader Volnei Spindler, André Lima, Donizete Francisco de Oliveira, Eninho, Catê, Franciel Hengemühle, Paulo Luiz Massariol, Alex Mineiro, Casemiro Mior, Maylson Barbosa Teixeira, Rodrigo Gral, Martín Hidalgo, Alcindo Sartori, Valdeir da Silva Santos, Marlon de Jesús, Agnaldo Cordeiro Pereira, Gabriel Fernando Atz, Rafael Carioca, Roberto César, Magno Mocelin, Manga, Danrlei, Giuliano Tadeo Aranda, Walter Corbo, Maurício de Oliveira Anastácio, Victor Leandro Bagy, Diego da Silva Giaretta, Ramón Rodrigo de Freitas, Leonardo Renan Simões de Lacerda, Fernando Menegazzo, Gabriel Amato, Leo Inacio Nunes, Cássio Ramos, Paulo Roberto da Silva Zaltron, Hugo de León, Bergson Gustavo Silveira da Silva, Danilo Ribeiro, Rubén Darío Bustos, Hideki Sahara, Ondigui Adams, Wender Coelho da Silva, José Carlos de Almeida, Atilio Ancheta, Uendel Pereira Gonçalves, Marcelo Labarthe, Élton Giovanni, Mario Figueira Fernandes, Pedro Bispo Moreira Júnior, Edmar Bernardes, Alessandro Mori Nunes, Rafael Scheidt, Caio Júnior, Rodrigo Barbosa Rodrigues Costa, Wágner Fogolari, Carlos Miguel da Silva Júnior, Luciano Ratinho, Luís Mário Miranda da. 108 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781155902876

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Brazilian people Introduction

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ISBN 10: 1156990270 ISBN 13: 9781156990278

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Sport Club Corinthians Paulista players

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tridimensionalidada katalog instituto itau cultural sao paulo

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Portuguese football biography Introduction

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x7 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 133. Chapters: Francisco Castro, Filipe Morais, Madjer, Joao Carlos, José Romão, António Conceição da Silva Oliveira, David Silva, Cândido de Oliveira, Juca, Domingos Alexandre Martins Costa, Nuno Claro, João Aurélio, Luís Alves, Fernando Cabrita, Paulo Madeira, Manuel de Jesus Lopes, André Carvalhas, José Andrade, Henrique Calisto, Ângelo Martins, Fernando Cruz, João Alves, Marco Paixão, Ruben Lima, Joaquim Ferraz, Flávio Paixão, Zé Rui, Mauro Almeida, Márcio Abreu, Romeu Ribeiro, Renato Neto, Ivo Afonso, Tiago Costa, João Paulo Brito, Vítor Pontes, Fernando Bandeirinha, Ulisses Morais, Filipe Soares Franco, Diego Martins da Silva, António Morato, André Renato Soares Martins, Ricardo Batista, José Mamede, Guilherme Espírito Santo, Tiago Pires, Samuel Quina, André Correia, Nuno Miguel Teixeira Rocha, Pedro Espinha, Frederico Rosa, Bernardo Vasconcelos, José Leal, Rui Correia, Diogo Tavares, Nuno Fonseca, Feliciano Condesso, Wilson Eduardo, Ivo Damas, Hugo Carreira, Fausto Lourenço, Jaime Celestino Dias Bragança, Ricardo Jorge Fernandes da Silva, Carlos Jorge, Renato Queirós, Paulo Ribeiro, Paulo Renato Valério Rodrigues, Carlos Marques, Miguel Fidalgo, Nuno Miguel Gomes, Alberto da Costa Pereira, Jorge Martins, João Botelho, Nuno Reis, Alhandra, Jorge Humberto Rodrigues Cunha, Bernardo Tengarrinha, Belchior, José Ribeiro, André Bernardes Santos, Paulo Adriano, Octávio Machado, Nuno Sociedade, Valdir Cardoso, Rogério Matias, Stélvio Rosa da Cruz, Bruno Amaro Sousa, Vermelhinho, Vítor Oliveira, Carlos Azenha, Luís Miguel da Costa Lobo, José Luís, João Pedro Pinto Martins, Rui Orlando Ribeiro Santos Neto, Costeado, Jorge Carlos Santos Moreira Baptista, Raúl Oliveira, Pedro Miguel da Câmara Pinheiro, Hugo Cunha, Eurico, Mário Rui Correia Tomás, Reinaldo Gomes, Acácio Casimiro, Vítor Gomes, José Tavares, Tiago Ferreira, Carlos Amaral Ferreira, Miguel Ângelo Ferreira de Castro, Jacinto João, Rui Caçador, Jorge Tavares, Edite Fernandes, Francisco Alves Albino, Ricardo Jorge Rodrigues Pessoa, António Nogueira, Rui Miguel Rodrigues, Adriano Bessa, Carlos Manuel Dias Saavedra, Rui Fernando Nascimento Borges, José de Sousa Cintra, Adriano Moreira, Ivan Manuel Amorim dos Santos, Artur de Sousa Pinga, Bruno Filipe Tavares Pinheiro, Olegário Benquerença, Hilário da Conceição, João Manuel Dinis, Rui Jorge Costa Figueiredo, João Daniel Mendes Real, Diogo Salomão, Rogério Gonçalves, Tiago Carlos Morais Valente, José Morais, Bruno Mendes, Mangualde, Gil Gomes, Ricardo Chaves, José Carlos Leite de Sousa, Nuno Diogo, Rui Jorge Faria Azevedo, Santamaria, Hugo Luz, Rui Duarte, João Oliveira Pinto, André Filipe Saraiva Martins, Joca, Briguel, Júlio Regufe Alves, Martelinho, Afonso Martins, Cédric Soares, Rui Nereu, Júlio Correia da Silva, Diogo Viana, Manuel António, Bura, Luís Andrade, António Dias da Cunha, António Caldas, Vasco Matos, Hugo Morais, José Manuel Félix Mourinho, Filipe Vaz de Azevedo, Mário Silva, David Caiado, Marco Paulo Faria Lemos, Márcio Santos, Nuno Viveiros, José Paulo Sousa da Silva, Matateu, Nuno Filipe Martins Rodrigues, Paulo Jorge Carreira Nunes, António Pacheco, Mariano Barreto, Fernando Brassard, Marco Tábuas, João Pedro Silva, Nuno Gomes, Nuno Afonso, Pedro Martins, Pedro das Neves Correia, António Jesus Pereira, Hélder Cabral, Marco André Azevedo Gonçalves, Pedro Jorge Ramos Moreira, Miguel Arcanjo, Ricardo Abel Barbosa Ferreira, Emanuel Faria Braga, Filipe Anunciação, Pedro Guerreiro de Jesus Correia, 136 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781157500278

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Expatriate footballers in Romania

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Clube de Regatas do Flamengo players

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Item Description: Chronicle Books Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 192. Chapters: 2010 Clube de Regatas do Flamengo season, Ronaldinho, 2011 Clube de Regatas do Flamengo season, Zico, Adriano Leite Ribeiro, Romário, Garrincha, Dejan Petkovic, Júlio César Soares Espíndola, José Kléberson, Leonardo Araújo, List of Clube de Regatas do Flamengo players, Bebeto, Juninho Paulista, Gilberto da Silva Melo, Vágner Love, Felipe Melo, Alexsandro de Souza, Diogo Luis Santo, Bruno Fernandes de Souza, Liédson, Carlos Gamarra, Claudio Maldonado, Denílson de Oliveira Araújo, Vanderlei Luxemburgo, Márcio Emerson Passos, Bobô, Sócrates, Edmundo Alves de Souza Neto, Jorginho, Claudio Borghi, Diego Tardelli, Felipe Ventura dos Santos, Obina, Leonardo da Silva Moura, Gonzalo Fierro, Zé Roberto, André Santos, Leônidas da Silva, Juan Maldonado Jaimez, Bujica, Renato Gaúcho, Mário Zagallo, Carlos Alberto Torres, Djalminha, Marcelinho Paraíba, Fábio Noronha, Leovegildo Lins da Gama Júnior, Darío Bottinelli, José Marcelo Ferreira, Irineu Calixto Couto, Vinicius Coimbra Colombiano, Renato Augusto, Gérson, Adílio, Ronaldo Angelim, Juan Silveira dos Santos, Cássio Oliveira, Márcio Amoroso, Marcelinho Carioca, Vampeta, Fernando Baiano, Maxi Biancucchi, Ricardo Roberto Barreto da Rocha, Jorge Luís Andrade, Marcos Assunção, Val Baiano, Carlos Mozer, Rodrigo de Souza Cardoso, Ibson, Dill, Sávio, Deivid de Souza, Dadá Maravilha, Mário Sérgio Pontes de Paiva, André Bahia, Fernando Morena, Moisés Matias de Andrade, Hugo Colace, Adriano Silva Francisco, Uidemar, Darío Pereyra, Diego de Souza Andrade, Fábio Luciano, Júnior Baiano, Joubert Araújo Martins, Aldair, Edílson, Emerson Moisés Costa, Paulo César Lima, Wilson Gottardo, José Roberto de Oliveira, Álvaro Luiz Maior de Aquino, Arthur Friedenreich, Roger Guerreiro, Athirson Mazolli e Oliveira, Fabrício Silva Dornellas, Kayke Rodrigues, Paulo César Carpegiani, Antônio Rondinelli, Bruno Paulo Machado Barbosa, Tita, Thiago Neves Augusto, Bruno Mezenga, Luiz Bombonato Goulart, Jackson Coelho, Zinho, Leandro Machado, Marlon Ventura Rodrigues, Aílton dos Santos Ferraz, Sérgio Araújo, Edu Marangon, Leandro Amaral, Aloísio José da Silva, Clemer Melo da Silva, Éverton Cardoso da Silva, José Carlos da Costa Araújo, Willian Amendoim, Leonardo Bruno dos Santos Silva, Tuta, Luiz Alberto da Silva Oliveira, Luiz Carlos Winck, Paulo Sérgio Luiz de Souza, Léo Medeiros, Alberto do Carmo Neto, Airton Ribeiro Santos, Luís Carlos Tóffoli, Mehmet Aurélio, Raimundo Orsi, Josiel da Rocha, Egídio Pereira Júnior, Diego Gavilán, Rômulo Noronha, Carlos Renato de Abreu, Jair da Rosa Pinto, Márcio Fortes Filho, Branco, Carlos Volante, Baltazar Maria de Morais Júnior, Rodrigo Baldasso da Costa, Paulo Victor Vidotti, Roger Galera Flores, Alanzinho, Anderson Bamba, Vinícius Pacheco dos Santos, Palhinha, Caio Ribeiro Decoussau, Antônio Carlos Rodrigues dos Santos Júnior, Rogelio Domínguez, Arthuro Henrique Bernhardt, Toró, Mozart Santos Batista Júnior, Julio César de Andrade Moura, Marcelo Gonçalves Costa Lopes, Rubens Sambueza, Dido, Lucas Galdino, Walter Casagrande, Damião Vinícius Ribeiro, Marcelo Lomba, Erick Flores, Fabiano Oliveira, João Vitor Ribeiro Rodrigues, Rodrigo Silva dos Santos, David Braz, Jônatas Domingos, Iranildo Hermínio Ferreira, Claiton Fontoura dos Santos, Eduardo Antunes Coimbra, Fabiano Eller, Márcio José de Oliveira, Evaristo de Macedo, Diego Salgado Costa de Menezes, Adriano Laaber, Gilberto Ribeiro Gonçalves, Paulo César Arruda Parente, Vanderson da Silva Souza, Marc. 192 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781150985515

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History of Brazil

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COELHO NETTO, Henrique Maximiano.

Published by Rio de Janeiro, H. Garnier, 1909. (1909)

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Item Description: Rio de Janeiro, H. Garnier, 1909., 1909. (2 ll.), 146 pp., (1 l.), 36 pp. advertisement for books available from Livraria H. Garnier. 8°, contemporary red quarter calf over marbled boards (minor wear at extremities), flat spine, gilt author, title, and ornaments, "M.S." at foot (some wear, joints starting). Light browning. Some leaves reinforced with tissue at inner margin; a few leaves loosening. Overall in near-good to good condition. Front pastedown endleaf has bookplate of Prof. Mario Guimarães de Souza of Recife and small tag of Livraria Brandão Sebo, Recife and Salvador. ---- FIRST EDITION of this collection of lectures given from 1901 to 1906 on charity, words, water, fire, and mirrors, plus a speech welcoming Mario de Alencar to the Academia Brasileira.Coelho Netto (1864-1934) was born in Caxias, Maranhão, to a Portuguese father and Indian mother. From his earliest years he was fascinated with native lore as well as the Portuguese and Latin classics; both had profound effects on his writings. He is difficult to classify, and has been called both a realist and a romanticist. Certainly he was one of the most vocal adversaries of the Modernist movement, and the Modernist authors responded by excluding his works from anthologies for many years. In the Academia Brasileira de Letras, however, he was held in such esteem that he was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1933. To Machado de Assis he was "dos nossos primeiros romancistas, e geralmente falando, dos nossos primeiros escritores"; to Silvio Roméro, he was one of the sixteen best Brazilian writers, and "o mais imaginoso de todos" (both quoted in Faria, pp. 126, 128).Coelho Netto left an enormous oeuvre of over 120 volumes, including novels, plays, short stories, folktales, and political and historical essays. His works have been translated into French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Swiss, Russian, Japanese, Danish and Esperanto.---- Menezes, @Diccionário literario brasileiro pp. 196-8. Carpeaux, @Pequena bibliografia crítica da literatura brasileira pp. 178-80. Faria, ed., @Coelho Neto, Romance (Nossos Clássicos 15). Paulo Coelho Netto, @Coelho Netto, pp. 189 and throughout. Goldberg, @Brazilian Literature pp. 248-60. Bandeira, @Brief History of Brazilian Literature pp. 119, 121. Not located in NUC. OCLC: 1931324; 7291556. Bookseller Inventory # 20890

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