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  • n. Plural form of bonito.

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Examples

  • Há cerca de um ano atrás foi colocado aqui no blog o trabalho de Yu-Chiao Wang sobre a tatuagem solar, há uns meses surgiu o trabalho magnífico de Ninette van Kamp, que explora a relação conflituosa entre dor e beleza, através do uso de têxteis, lingerie, onde marcas da lingerie criam bonitos padrões no corpo.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Unos diseños muy bonitos de parte de todos los participantes, y lo que ganó fue la innovación, la funcionalidad, lo compacto y la distribución de las celdas solares por parte de la universidad de Darmstadt.

    GERMANY WINS THE 2007 SOLAR DECATHLON! | Inhabitat

  • "¡Qué bonitos ojos tienes, güerita!" he whispered huskily.

    Huellas . . . De Mis Amores

  • The catch of tunas, bonitos and billfishes is increasing, as is the catch of herrings, sardines and anchovies.

    Red Sea large marine ecosystem

  • Pero he estudido tanto que soy sospechoso de cuentos muy bonitos o muy listos, porque mas que nada son teorías listas pero no verdaderas.

    Porque decimos...

  • Vou ao centro comercial, trocar um produto inútil um secador de cabelo com tomadas norte-americanas que me foi vendido cá neste nosso luso portugal e indulgir-me num livrinho ou outro, enquanto a minha rapariga, com o natural encanto e propensão das mulheres para trapos bonitos e afins, indulgirá numa qualquer peça de roupa produzida a baixo custo na china e vendida a alto custo na europa.

    Vício

  • Os prazeres do ar livre são muito bonitos, mas não devem ser tomados em demasia.

    Leituras

  • The central and intertropical parts of the Atlantic swarm with Pteropoda, Crustacea, and Radiata, and with their devourers the flying-fish, and again with their devourers the bonitos and albicores; I presume that the numerous lower pelagic animals feed on the Infusoria, which are now known, from the researches of Ehrenberg, to abound in the open ocean: but on what, in the clear blue water, do these Infusoria subsist?

    Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle

  • These waters furnished our table with excellent fish, mackerel, bonitos, and some varieties of a sea-serpent.

    Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

  • There the nets brought up beautiful specimens of fish: some with azure fins and tails like gold, the flesh of which is unrivalled; some nearly destitute of scales, but of exquisite flavour; others, with bony jaws, and yellow-tinged gills, as good as bonitos; all fish that would be of use to us.

    Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

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