Braca


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Braca

A Portuguese measure of length approximately equivalent to 2.2 meters. It became obsolete after Lusophone countries adopted the metric system in the 19th century.
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Effective 1 February 2018, Braca replaces the non-independent director Juliet Teo, who has resigned from the company's board on 31 January 2018.
Braca A, De Tommasi N, Di Bari L, Pizza C, Politi M, Morelli I, 2001.
8 March 2012 -- US lender TD Bank America's Most Convenient Bank said on Wednesday it had assigned its Metro New York market president and healthcare banking chief Greg Braca a new role of corporate and speciality banking head.
Braca A, Tommasi ND, Bari LD, Pizza C, Politi M, Morelli 1.
Por ejemplo, un conjunto reducido de palabras germanicas, cuya presencia en casi todas las lenguas romances permite colegir que integraron el lexico general del latin vulgar: ardido (osado), falda, lancea (lanza) son voces hispanas segun Varron; gurdus (gordo), tambien, de acuerdo con Quintiliano; cervesia (cerveza) procede de la Galia segun Plinio; braca (braga) es celtico; camisia (camisa) celtico o germanico (fue empleado por San Jeronimo).
Tambien se incorporaron a la convocatoria de Iniciativa Mexico Radiocima, Grupo 7, Grupo Oro, Grupo SIPSE, Grupo Braca y Grupo Uniradio.
10:10 eu: as borboletas brancas azul amarela e pre ta brincam na luis as beas borboletas borboleta braca sao alegre e franca as azus gostam muito de luz.
La mayoria de las introducciones provienen de Tierralta y San Andres de Sotavento (Cordoba); Caucasia (Antioquia) y Chinchina (Callos), y se denominan cana flecha, cana braca y martinera, por la textura aspera no apta para elaborar artesanias finas.
From Left: Commerce Bank executives Brandon Williams, Andrew Bregenzer and Gregory Braca with Gary Green--Alliance Building Services
NOU BEAUTY: Celtic sub; Jamie Smith hails hero keeper David Marshall after his Barca heroics; SCOOP OF THE CENTURY: Celtic hero keeper David Marshall forces the ball away from the onrushing Gerard to prevent Braca taking an early lead
The Italian, Captain Giovanni Braca and his irregulars, assisted by the local Gumz tribesmen were actively patrolling the border region.