Microrregiao

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Microrregiao

In Brazil, a political subdivision consisting of municipalities geographically close to each other. While in theory these may perform certain municipal functions, in practice they are used only for statistical purposes.
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Staphylococcus aureus identification, evaluation of the enterotoxigenic potential and methicillin resistance by the PCR technique in dulce de leche samples in the Sete-Lagoas microregion, in the State of Minas Gerais; Brazil (dissertation) [in Portuguese], Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil: Federal University of Minas Gerais, 2010.
This microregion is part of the unique Caucasian Mineral Waters area.
When Myeshkov moves from the large picture to the small, his examples are at once too narrowly specific (individual case studies focusing on one microregion and group), and too chronologically broad and disjointed (skipping over decades and ignoring dramatic shifts in state policy and world economic conditions).
Bassett's book draws our attention to peasant farmer influences in shaping the contours of a cotton revolution in a microregion of West Africa.
It is important to be able to accurately predict the effects of our decisions and actions within the specific operational context of a microregion.
Valea Jiului Microregion is one of the direct beneficiaries of the project "Local strategies for global opportunities and for an European future of the local communities from the Western Romania: improvement of the elaboration and implementation capacity for the social-economical local development strategies in the Western Region", called shortly StrategVest.
Part of the funds are for Construction of a Sanitary Landfill for the Microregion of Gotera, San Carlos, Dept.
rochai (n = 5) were collected in Limoeiro municipality in the Agreste Mesoregion and Medio Capibaribe Microregion of Pernambuco State, Brazil (area = 277.
Scholars of Southern literature now seek, as Ladd puts it, "to dismantle the monolith of a solid, unified southern United States in order to deal more successfully with microregion, prenational and transnational regions, and diaspora" and so now "look at places and spaces in the South with an eye to the potential (not the threat) of difference and irruption" (1636).
The UNIR program was an experimental program providing services similar to the Brigadas program to nine communities in the microregion of the Cofre del Perote, located in the mountain region of Veracruz.
religious history has become radically decentered, then the true name for what Wentz called "our American madness" might well be not region but microregion.