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Andrada e Silva

[ an-drah-duhe seel-vuh ]
/ ɛ̃ˈdrɑ də ɛ ˈsil və /
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Jo·sé Bo·ni·fa·cio de [zhaw-ze-baw-nee-fah-syoodi], /ʒɔˈzɛ ˌbɔ niˈfɑ syʊ dɪ/, 1763–1838, Brazilian statesman and scientist: architect of Brazilian independence.
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