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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southeast Brazil northwest of São Paulo. It is a railroad junction and commercial center. Population: 344,000.

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  • The team from Brazil's Bauru School of Dentistry saw that even though participants rinse with various products to stop morning breath, their pH levels were only slightly affected.

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  • He averaged 28. 2points this past season in his native Brazil for Bauru Tilibra, second only to legendary

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  • Memphis through Orlando from Sacramento (59-23): Leandro Barbosa, 6-3, SG, Bauru Tilibra (Brazil): Barbosa would give the Grizzlies better size in the backcourt, where backups Earl Watson and Brevin Knight are 6-1 and 5-10, respectively.

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  • UNESP/Bauru ( "UNESP/Bauru Applied Information Technology Laboratory") -- explores some of the new demands in terms of electronic documents, such as authenticity, integrity and legal validity, in the development of the "Digital Signature" utility.

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  • During the third quarter of 2004, the company acquired Tilibra, a manufacturer of school, of fi ce and time-management stationery products in Bauru, Sao Paulo state, Brazil, which will help the company extend its consumer and of fi ce products franchise in Latin America's largest market, while creating an ideal platform for expansion elsewhere in the region.

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  • So tomorrow, we drive to Aracatuba, fly to Sao Paulo through Bauru, change airports, then fly Sao Paulo to Porto Seguro through Belo Horizonte.

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  • The airline also plans to begin operations to the Brazilian cities of Bauru, about 300 kilometers (187 miles) west of Sao Paulo, as well as Aracatuba and Montes Claros.

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  • In the city of Bauru in Sao Paulo state, the blackout caused a panic in a neonatal care unit that was without generators.

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  • 11 Department of Biological Sciences, School of Dentistry of Bauru, São Paulo University - FOB/USP, Bauru, São Paulo, Brazil Aggressive periodontitis is characterized by a rapid and severe periodontal destruction in young systemically healthy subjects.

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