American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southeast Brazil on a lagoon south-southwest of Pôrto Alegre. It is a major producer of dried beef. Population: 319,000.
“Jongerius 'winter 2010 and summer 2010 collections for the Spanish company were inspired by four existing shoes from the Camper archive, called Pelotas, Peu, Imar and Brothers.”
“Educating citizens for participatory democracy: A case study of local government education policy in Pelotas, Brazil [An article from: International Journal of Educational Development] by T. McCowan”
“X divided the territory of the state between this see (which he raised to metropolitan rank with the title of Porto Alegre, now appointed its seat), and its newly created suffragans, Pelotas, Santa”
“The latter, formerly known as the See of Sao Pedro do Rio Grande do Sul, was recently made an archdiocese and divided, three new sees, Pelotas, Santa Maria, and”
“The second bishop, Jean-François Braga, b. at Pelotas, Diocese of St. Pierre de Rio Grande, 24 Aug., 1867, cons.”
“One of these, Pelotas, was formed from twenty-four parishes in the south-eastern portion of Rio Grande do Sul.”
“Pelotas, a centre of commercial activity, especially in the cattle trade, contains about 25,000 inhabitants, and has a Jesuit college.”
“St. Francis of Paula, is at Pelotas, a well-constructed, handsome city, situated on the São Gonçalo.”
“We thought from the beginning that probably what happened with the previous study is that they didn't adjust for all of the confounders," said Fernando Barros of the Catholic University of Pelotas.”
“Inter beat Ypiranga 2-0 to reach the second-phase final against Pelotas.”
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