[bel-oh; Portuguese be-loo]
- Carlos Felipe Ximenes,born 1948, East Timorese Roman Catholic bishop: Nobel Peace Prize 1996.
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Examples from the Web for belo
One wonders what he would have made Tuesday night of the mass at Belo Horizonte.Germany Humiliates World Cup Host Brazil 7-1 in Semifinal Slaughter
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So do investigators in Belo Horizonte, a big city in the state of Minas Gerais, where Bruno grew up.
He grew up in one of the poorest areas of Belo Horizonte, the crime-ridden favela of Santa Matilde, located next to two prisons.
I shall never forget the tears in the mild blue eyes of General Belo, as he learned what he had done, and was still doing.A Story of the Red Cross
The Americans had just finished a new suspension bridge, and hooked it onto the Canada side, just belo the Falls.The Complete Works of Josh Billings
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