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  • proper noun Alternative spelling of Xavánte.

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Examples

  • The third product that Embraer began in its early years was a jet trainer and ground attack aircraft called the Xavante, named after a Brazilian Indian tribe.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • The third product that Embraer began in its early years was a jet trainer and ground attack aircraft called the Xavante, named after a Brazilian Indian tribe.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • Currently, imported components and equipment accounted for 38% of the total cost of production in the case of Bandeirante, 41% of the Xavante, 27% of the Ipanema, and 47-71% of the various models of the Piper aircraft.1 For similar reasons, Embraer relied on local subcontractors to the utmost extent possible, rather than manufacture everything in-house.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • Currently, imported components and equipment accounted for 38% of the total cost of production in the case of Bandeirante, 41% of the Xavante, 27% of the Ipanema, and 47-71% of the various models of the Piper aircraft.1 For similar reasons, Embraer relied on local subcontractors to the utmost extent possible, rather than manufacture everything in-house.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • Among fields whose blackened fence posts betray the fires that raged here weeks earlier, chief Damiao Paridzane leaned on his hoe and spoke wistfully of a youth spent under trees and fruit before the "white man" made contact with his Xavante

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  • Her high point comes when she finishes a run while living with the Xavante people in Brazil.

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  • "We are raising our voices as a wake-up call to the world, especially the rich countries that are hastening its destruction," said Edmundo Omoré, a member of the Xavante indigenous community from the west-central state of Mato Grosso on the border between the Amazon region and the Cerrado, a vast savannah region in the centre of the country.

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  • "We are raising our voices as a wake-up call to the world, especially the rich countries that are hastening its destruction," said Edmundo Omoré, a member of the Xavante indigenous community from the west-central state of Mato Grosso on the border between the Amazon region and the Cerrado, a vast savannah region in the centre of the country.

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  • Then, the Kayapo stood up and began to chant war songs and dance, which soon inspired the Kamaiura, Kaiabi, Suia, Kuikuro, Xavante and every other tribe that that was there to join in.

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  • "We are raising our voices as a wake-up call to the world, especially the rich countries that are hastening its destruction," said Edmundo Omoré, a member of the Xavante indigenous community from the west-central state of Mato Grosso on the border between the Amazon region and the Cerrado, a vast savannah region in the centre of the country.

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