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  • n. A administrative system that is equivalent to a county or a prefecture and a department. It is used in Brazil as a third-level administration between state and micro-region.


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micro- +‎ region


  • The city hopes to use part of the Hr 344 million that has been allocated for relocation to build the micro-region.

    Signs of the Times

  • The long-term plan is to build a new micro-region for 6,500 residents that would include a new school, stores and other amenities.

    Signs of the Times

  • Brazil's Center of Cashew Farmer Cooperatives in the northeastern state of Piauí (Cocajupi), created in 2005 to strengthen family farming in the micro-region of Picos, is preparing a strategy ...


  • From some very basic interpretations of geodata that may be useful to global citizens and travellers to an attempt to map the culture of a micro-region to bring it to pair with other areas of the world that are over-represented.

    Global Culture

  • Each level of subscription - Gold, Silver and Bronze - allows you to access up to 50 micro-region travel guides, as well as an interactive Michelin map.


  • I'm no climate expert, but I see it like this at the macro level: increased GHGs, all things being equal, will increase the global average temp (which doesn't say exactly how each micro-region will be impacted).


  • The party would accomplish the micro-region power generating network through an "European Super network".

  • America is barbecue – a cooking style that can’t really be traced back to any one culture – just one giant grill that can represent cuisines from every micro-region within America as well as cultures from all over the world – galbee, carnitas, chicken teriyaki, souvlaki, kebab.

    Holiday Weekend BBQ Blowout, Vol. 3 - America is Barbecue


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