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  • noun Plural form of real.

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  • And just to add a final comment, the cost per kilometer is around 3 million reais, which is one of the lowest in the world at this moment for this type of construction.

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  • Launches also rated 1 billion reais for the quarter, bringing the total for the year to 2.3 billion reais, which is in line with our strategy to reduce inventories in

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  • Launches also rated 1 billion reais for the quarter, bringing the total for the year to 2.3 billion reais, which is in line with our strategy to reduce inventories in

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  • Launches also rated 1 billion reais for the quarter, bringing the total for the year to 2.3 billion reais, which is in line with our strategy to reduce inventories in

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  • Launches also rated 1 billion reais for the quarter, bringing the total for the year to 2.3 billion reais, which is in line with our strategy to reduce inventories in

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  • Launches also rated 1 billion reais for the quarter, bringing the total for the year to 2.3 billion reais, which is in line with our strategy to reduce inventories in

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  • Launches also rated 1 billion reais for the quarter, bringing the total for the year to 2.3 billion reais, which is in line with our strategy to reduce inventories in

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  • On the final weekend of the 6 and 7 of August, the gang broke through into the vault and stole five containers of 50 real notes, the estimate value was 164,755,150 reais, which is $69.8 million dollars.

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  • On the final weekend of the 6 and 7 of August, the gang broke through into the vault and stole five containers of 50 real notes, the estimate value was 164,755,150 reais, which is $69.8 million dollars.

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  • (In Brazil, for example, the Enterprise version costs 10 thousand reais, which is equivalent to six-months’ worth of salary of a relatively well-paid developer.)

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  • plural of real, the Brazilian currency

    June 16, 2009