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- proper n. Alternative spelling of Brazil.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See brazil.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the largest Latin American country and the largest Portuguese speaking country in the world; located in the central and northeastern part of South America; world's leading coffee exporter
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Corgett do Brasil is a manufacturer of imitation jewelry and female underwear in Brasil.
I remember the ecologically-minded mayor of Curitiba in Brasil did a similar thing with the riverbanks.
I live in Brasil and some ingredients are unavailable, hard to find or really expensive, some american bloggers (specially in bread recipes) use ounces, which is kind of complicate to me to convert.
Our year in Brasil, 1967-1968, was When It All Changed for me.
And the ability to see how women and girls from another culture were oppressed (as they very much were in Brasil) enabled me to understand, thanks to Hanne's insistence I drop my ethnocentrism, that we were just as oppressed in the U.S., although it was expressed in different ways.
Re my story about my little brother and I bringing home a giant toad in Brasil, reader little gator created the following personalized I Can Haz Cheezburgr image:
Organics Brasil is the first nationally sponsored program that focuses specifically on the export of organic food and products from Brazil.
As a fifth grader in Brasil, we passed our history course in the following manner.
I live in Brasil and travel through Latin America all the time.
I lived in Brasil for 7 years as the son of missionaries and lived in Missouri (and nearby Illinois) for a few decades as an adult.
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