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Agio

1. See: Foreign exchange.

2. A fee paid to a bank or other intermediary for exchanging two currencies.
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AGGIO, Alberto: <<Regime militar, modernizacao e transieao democratica no Brasil>>.
Estuardo Nunez Hague (Peru); Sandro Mariategui Chiappe (Peru); Adan Anderle (Hungria); Roland Forgues (Francia); Anibal Quijano (Peru); Antonio Melis (Italia); Michael Lowy (Francia); Alberto Filippi (Italia); Sara Beatriz Guardia (Peru); Marco Martos (Peru); Arturo Corcuera (Peru); Ricardo Gonzalez Vigil (Peru); Samuel Sosa Fuentes (Mexico); Mida Alcibiades (Venezuela); Saul Pena (Peru); Miguel Mazzeo (Argentina); Edgar Montiel (UNESCO); Philomena Gebran (Brasil); Federico Garcia (Peru); Hector Alimonda (Brasil); Roberto Castelan Rueda (Mexico); Marcel Velazquez (Peru), Renata Bastos da Silva (Brasil); Alberto Aggio (Brasil); Wilma Derpich (Peru); Pablo de las Torres Spinelli (Brasil); Agustin Prado Alvarado (Peru).
5) Alberto Aggio, "A Experiencia da Frente Popular no Chile", Caminhos da Historia da America no Brasil: tendencias e contornos de um campo historiografico, org.
In the beginning, the spleen was a myeloid organ with some immune functions, but at the same time as the different groups appeared and radiated, the microanatomy was remodelled and the immune, myeloid, haemocatheretic and flow regulation functions take different relative importance (Galindez & Aggio, 1997).
Sun Bird, owned by one of Allan's long- standing patrons Ruth Aggio, has proved a real moneyspinner and has now won eight races for his sporting connections since moving north from Newmarket.
Recommended by a bloodstock agent, Sun Bird came under the hammer at the horses in training sales and he now carries the colours of Mrs Ruth Aggio from Stevenage.
While pressures for the task-based selection of strategy exist (Dacin 1997), the dominant mode of rationality is less concerned with technical notions of performance accomplishment (DiM aggio 1991), and more with providing accounts that make actions appear to be 'legitimate' within the prevailing system of norms, values and templates (Suchman 1995; Greenwood and Hinings 1996).