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“Mr. Segre said Brazilian car dealers' stock has been running far above the normal level, which will likely mean cutbacks to Argentine plants.”
“Even more vulnerable to the economic turbulence in Brazil is the big Argentine auto sector, said Gustavo Segre , the Sao Paulo-based CEO of Center Group, a trade and business consultancy.”
“His winery is located in the tiny denomination of Costers del Segre in Catalonia, close to the city of Lerida.”
““Martyrs, Merchants and Rabbis: Jewish Communal Conflict as Reflected in the Responsa on the Boycott of Ancona,” Jewish Social Studies 43 (1981): 215 – 228; Segre, Renata.”
“The current Wine of the Week is Tomàs Cusiné Geol Costers del Segre 2004; available for 31% off.”
“Note 55: Segre, "Nuclear Physics in Rome" (1977), 51.”
“Cinga is the modern Cinca, which falls into the Segre”
“He rowed well although they neared the cradle of the Segre and he struggled against them in his youth.”
“It seemed that the Ebro, after going their way, as Morano had said, for twenty or thirty miles, was joined by the river Segre, and that where the Ebro left them, turning eastwards, the course of the Segre took them on their way: but it would be rowing against the current.”
“Perez rowed first and the others took their turns and so they went all the morning down the broad flood of the Ebro, and came in the afternoon to its meeting place with the Segre.”
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