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Cruzado

The currency of Brazil between 1986 and 1989. It replaced the second Brazilian cruzeiro at a rate of one cruzado for 1,000 cruzeiro. The cruzado was issued in an attempt to control Brazilian inflation; this attempt failed and the cruzado was replaced by the cruzado novo in 1989.
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A medida que los animales envejecen los enlaces cruzados se estabilizan y el diametro medio de las fibrillas aumenta.
1]) em relação aos cruzados Brahman x Hereford-Shorthorn (2,25 h [dia.
Em 1147, uma frota de cruzados com destino a Terra Santa prestou auxilio aos Portugueses para conquistar Lisboa aos mouros.
Para uma melhor caracterização dos clusters encontrados, estes foram cruzados com algumas varáveis categóricas e os resultados mais relevantes foram comentados.
Chingon is a collective, at any one time comprising members of flamenco roots-rock outfits such as Del Castillo, Tito & Tarantula and Cruzados, with Rodriguez himself a guesting guitar gunslinger.
The abundance of Brazilian tunes -- yep, she sings in Portuguese -- veer more toward easy listening than samba (a highlight is "Caminhos Cruzados," with Toots Thielemans on harmonica).
Almost at the same time that Ferdinand and Isabella ordered the ducats to be minted, similar coins were coined in Portugal with highly pure 24-carat gold, which we call here cruzados.
The early '80s wrought a resurrection of power pop, which we discussed at length in Issue 76, including minor but great acts such as Let's Active, Love Tractor, The Cruzados, and the dBs.
Across the Cruzados ("Crusade") River from their camp lies the Blue Mesa, unclimbed and "tantalizing," but forbidden to them by their boss, who thinks of it merely as a temptation to the cattle.
Manuel Crespo, of the right-wing Cruzados de Cristo Rey (Crusaders of Christ the King), and the ultra-wealthy spokesman for Mexican big business, Federico Muggenburg.
The banks closed two days before the inauguration, when Collor announced the blocking of all bank account funds in excess of 50,000 cruzados novos (about $1,000 in the United States) or 20% of the total on deposit in a given account.