from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of south-central Brazil near the Paraná River west-northwest of São Paulo. It is a processing and shipping center for a coffee-growing region. Population: 200,000.
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They have played state championship games in Presidente Prudente and Ribeirão Preto, as well as hosting a few matches in the state of Paraná not sure which cities exactly.
A motorcyclist, Mr. Martins bought a Shoei helmet for $587, a quarter the cost in his hometown of Presidente Prudente, he said.
Soltem os fogos de artifício Neste último final de semana, dia 14, eu estava em Presidente Prudente, interior de SP, em mais um evento para a comunidade, o
A capacity-crowd of 45,000 packed the Prudentao stadium in Presidente Prudente, 580 km from Sao Paulo, for the Paulista championship match on Sunday.
The former Brazil player was carted off after just 19 minutes in the game in the city of Presidente Prudente.
With the draw in Presidente Prudente, Palmeiras - seeking its first Brazilian title since 1994 - narrowly avoided losing the lead in the league for the first time in 18 rounds.
With the draw in Presidente Prudente, Palmeiras - seeking its first Brazilian title since 1994