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Governador Valadares

Definitions

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  • noun a city in eastern Brazil to the northeast of Belo Horizonte

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Examples

  • Warning signs litter the road they took out of their home town, Sardoá, which cuts through the mountains towards Governador Valadares, the nearest city.

    Deadly lure of the US leaves trail of tears across two continents

  • Funeral home director Eres Gonzaga said demand for the service comes from the 40,000 former residents of the city of Governador Valadares who now live abroad.

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  • The funeral home is in Governador Valadares, known as a hotbed for migration to the United

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  • The funeral home is in Governador Valadares, known as a hotbed for migration to the United

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  • The funeral home is in Governador Valadares, known as a hotbed for migration to the United

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  • Governador Valadares, which has a population of 230,000, has seen more residents move to the US than any other Brazilian city.

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  • The coyote organizations stretch all the way from the Brazilian city of Governador Valadares - ground zero for immigration to the United States - to the Mexican border and beyond.

    Hartford Advocate: News

  • The coyote organizations stretch all the way from the Brazilian city of Governador Valadares - ground zero for immigration to the United States - to the Mexican border and beyond.

    Hartford Advocate: News

  • The coyote organizations stretch all the way from the Brazilian city of Governador Valadares - ground zero for immigration to the United States - to the Mexican border and beyond.

    Hartford Advocate: News

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