- From Brazil + -ian. (Wiktionary)
“Earlier this year Bullwriting.com blogger Catherine Goldhammer says she became sick of hearing tour broadcasters use the phrase "Brazilian domination," a term she found unnecessarily polarizing.”
“His short fiction has appeared in Brazilian, American and Romanian online markets.”
“*** Telecommunications Portugal Telecom SGPS said its third-quarter net profit skyrocketed to € 5.35 billion ($7.5 billion), compared with € 116.1 million a year earlier, bolstered by the proceeds from the sale of its stake in Brazilian mobile company Vivo Participacoes.”
“Evangelical churches play a growing role in Brazilian politics, mainly by backing Congressional candidates.”
“MADRID — Portugal Telecom SGPS SA said Wednesday its third-quarter net profit skyrocketed, bolstered by the proceeds from the sale of its stake in Brazilian mobile company Vivo Participacoes SA.”
“The Spanish phone giant has no plans to offer shares of its unit to raise capital in Brazilian markets, as other Spanish companies operating in the country have done.”
“Experts say the next president will face many challenges, including how to address high government spending and a recent drop in Brazilian exports.”
“Experts say the next president will face key challenges, including how to address high government spending and a recent drop in Brazilian exports.”
“Brazilian fans and local media had also been pushing for Dunga to pick Santos 'young sensations Neymar and Ganso, who have been among the hottest players in Brazilian football this year.”
“Only three players are currently in Brazilian football Kleberson, Gilberto and Robinho, who is on loan from Manchester City.”
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