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OTHER WORDS FROM BrazilBra·zil·ian [bruh-zil-yuhn], /brəˈzɪl yən/, adjective, nounpro-Bra·zil·ian, adjective, nounpseu·do-Bra·zil·ian, adjective, noun
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As climate change becomes more of a threat, fears of increasing deforestation to meet the world’s demand — or to provide cover for other industrialization of virgin forests — have arisen thanks to new policies in Brazil.Has a startup finally found one of food science’s holy grails with its healthy sugar substitute?|Jonathan Shieber|February 26, 2021|TechCrunch
Though Redman had worked as a fashion photographer in Brazil, she hadn’t done much night photography.
Indeed, several case reports in Brazil have already documented such reinfections with variants containing the E484K mutation.How to Understand COVID-19 Variants and Their Effects on Vaccines|Tara C. Smith|February 25, 2021|Quanta Magazine
Brazil was in terrific rhythm, and if not for Labbé's pushing Adriana’s 25-yard blast off the crossbar, the outcome would have been settled by halftime.USWNT flexes muscle, routs Argentina to win SheBelieves Cup, 6-0|Steven Goff|February 25, 2021|Washington Post
That’s higher than the 50% efficacy reported last month by Brazil’s Butantan Institute, which conducted late-stage trials in the country.
In Brazil people color code their underwear according to their needs.
The rift put Washington at odds with countries like Brazil, Uruguay or Chile, which seemed to have come to terms with their past.
Lastly, the re-opening of diplomatic ties between Havana and Washington gives Brazil a chance to push for changes in Cuba.
Santa Catarina, Brazil There could not be a better time to visit Brazil.
But they were not making enough profits, as the rate of growth had slowed as Brazil invested in the welfare of its own people.What Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff Can Teach Hillary Clinton|Heather Arnet|October 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Be Bry in his History of Brazil describes its use and also some interesting particulars concerning the plant.
The first rail road opened in Brazil, the emperor and empress being present at the inauguration.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
It is usually asserted that the tobacco grown in Brazil contains only two per cent.
In Brazil, the slave-trade exists in full force; in Cuba, it is unmitigated in its extent and horrors.
The cigars of Brazil, like those made of South American (p. 308) tobacco, are noted for their superior flavor.