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  • proper noun A city in Brazil.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a city in southeastern Brazil; suburb of Sao Paulo

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Examples

  • Mauricio Lima/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images AWAITING CONFIRMATION: A girl with flu symptoms waited for medical attention outside a hospital in Osasco, Brazil, Tuesday.

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  • Susuki, a painter, was arrested on a street of suburban Osasco, while walking with his four-year-old son, who was left crying on the sidewalk.

    Torture in Brazil

  • "The long-term synergies are sizable because the main problem with MMX is its lack of iron ore reserves, which is what Ferrous can offer," Raphael Biderman and Alan Glezere, analysts at Osasco, Brazil-based Banco Bradesco SA, wrote in a report yesterday.

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  • They said the new reserve rules will most affect Banco Santander Brasil SA, the Brazilian unit of Spain's largest bank, followed by Banco do Brasil SA, Latin America's biggest bank by assets; Banco Bradesco SA in Osasco, Brazil, the country's second-biggest bank by market value; and Sao Paulo-based Itau Unibanco Holding SA, the largest lender.

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  • They said the new reserve rules will most affect Banco Santander Brasil SA, the Brazilian unit of Spain's largest bank, followed by Banco do Brasil SA, Latin America's biggest bank by assets; Banco Bradesco SA in Osasco, Brazil, the country's second-biggest bank by market value; and Sao Paulo-based Itau Unibanco Holding SA, the largest lender.

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  • SA in Osasco, Brazil, the country's second-biggest bank by market value; and Sao

    Brazil Frets as Panamericano Exposes Deteriorating Credit Hobbling Stocks - Bloomberg

  • Headquartered in Osasco, Brazil, Banco Bradesco is one of the Big Four banks in Brazil.

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  • They said the new reserve rules will most affect Banco Santander Brasil SA, the Brazilian unit of Spain's largest bank, followed by Banco do Brasil SA, Latin America's biggest bank by assets; Banco Bradesco SA in Osasco, Brazil, the country's second-biggest bank by market value; and Sao Paulo-based Itau Unibanco Holding SA, the largest lender.

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  • They said the new reserve rules will most affect Banco Santander Brasil SA, the Brazilian unit of Spain's largest bank, followed by Banco do Brasil SA, Latin America's biggest bank by assets; Banco Bradesco SA in Osasco, Brazil, the country's second-biggest bank by market value; and Sao Paulo-based Itau Unibanco Holding SA, the largest lender.

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  • I love SP .... from Osasco to the Pinheiros district, a distance of about six miles. written by ch. c ..,

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