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Grao

A Portuguese measure of weight approximately equivalent to 0.05 grams. It became obsolete after Lusophone countries adopted the metric system in the 19th century.
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Witnesses said the 54-year-old was tossed against a tree at the St Pere festival in Grao de Castellon - the third fatality of its kind in the last 10 days.
1) The law of June 6, 1755, created the Companhia de Grao Para e Maranhao; the law of September 10, 1756, created the Companhia Geral da Agricultura e das Vinhas do Alto Douro; and the law of August 13, 1759, created the Companhia de Pernambuco e Paraiba.
Among the most notable of these "hybrid" instant coffee launches are Starbucks Via, Mondelez's Milicano line (available across its Jacobs, Carte Noire and Kenco brands) and Nescafe Azera (sold as Kouimbaisen in Japan and Duo Grao in Brazil).
Magalhaes PC, Rodrigues WA and FOM Duraes Tanino no grao de sorgo: bases fisiologicas e metodos de determinacao.
The minor honours were grabbed by the four-man squad of Rich Malsbury, Chris Dougill, Tom Stokes and Paul Grao two points further adrift.
Para isso, foram realizadas analises de textura por Difracao de Eletrons Retroespalhados (EBSD), com auxilio da tecnica de MEV; caracterizacao microestrutural, com determinacao de tamanho de grao ferritico, por meio de microscopia optica; e propriedades mecanicas, mediante a realizacao de ensaios de tracao uniaxial na base 80 mm.
El haren pedagogico, Barcelona: Editorial Grao, 2000.
You'll fina it easier to grao a day s supply of live baits in shallow water than with 20-plus fathoms under your boat.
Essa pesquisa revela tambem que, em relacao ao ano de 2009, a estimativa era de um aumento de 15,2% em 2010, o que aconteceu e fez com que a producao do grao apresentasse a quinta maior variacao de um levantamento de quatorze culturas.
Nao existe como objeto, e invisivel, so vira e sera, ademais, "perseguida em cada grao.