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- proper n. The capital of Brazil, located in its Distrito Federal.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. the capital city of Brazil, built on the central plateau.
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- n. the capital of Brazil; a city built on the central plateau and inaugurated in 1960
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Headquartered in Brasilia, Apex also maintains branches in Beijing, Dubai, Miami, Havana, Warsaw and Moscow.
I want to thank all Brazilians for this moment and I promise to honor the trust they have shown me, Rousseff told reporters who swarmed a car carrying her in Brasilia, her first public words as president-elect.
This makes for quite a bustling Election Day and when I visited one polling station in Brasilia I found it difficult to navigate the vast throngs of crowds.
A modern and sprawling city which sports imposing government monuments reminiscent of the Washington Mall, Brasilia is also home to the nation's Upper Electoral Court overseeing the nation's presidential election.
Judging from what I saw in Brasilia, these hopes are not unfounded.
If you vote for me, I'll be in Brasilia, and I'll be in reality doing the thing that our life, that our Brazil -- our moment, that thing, that we have ... vote for Tiririca, vote for the moron.
Associated Press Voters in Brasilia wait to cast ballots in Brazil's elections Sunday.
Speaking to reporters in Brasilia, Brazil's capital, Ms. Rousseff said she would use the coming month to further detail her government plans.
Last week, at a seminary on global governance in Brasilia, James Galbraith stressed, "social inequality in Brazil is being reduced in the last few years because the country spends less money to help the financial sector and more money to help Brazil".
So Mr Sílvio, you want us, Brazilian taxpayers, to pay for your lady's stay in Brasilia … because you can not spend a few days a week without her … Cute!
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