from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southeast Brazil northwest of São Paulo. Citrus fruits and silkworm cultivation are important to its economy. Population: 263,000.
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- n. a city of southeastern Brazil (northwest of Sao Paulo)
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Reuters Workers load oranges in Limeira, Brazil, earlier this month.
Reuters Workers load a truck with crates of oranges on a farm in Limeira, Brazil, on Thursday.
With the score at 12-11, Minnesota got a combined block by Pam Luiz (Limeira, Brazil) and Gibbemeyer and a kill by Hartmann to make it 14-11.
Pam Luiz (Limeira, Brazil) also had five kills and a match-high two service aces for Minnesota.
Dieter delivered a kill, and Pam Luiz (Limeira, Brazil) and Filho combined on a block to make it match point at 24-22.
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