Covado

Covado

A Portuguese measure of length approximately equivalent to 0.66 meters. It became obsolete after Lusophone countries adopted the metric system in the 19th century.
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Contenido estomacal del camaron Penaeus vannamei en estanques en la isla del Covado.
The quality of production was controlled and the cost per covado was computed.
The output was 66 1/2 covados so that the unit cost was approximately 1$301 reis per covado.
The cost per covado is 15301 reis and the remainder is 45 1/2 reis.
Full cost per covado was defined in a fashion similar to the French prix de revient, the total cost accounting system that Nikitin [1990] found at Saint-Gobain between 1820 and 1880 and that Bordazar proposed in the Spanish printing industry in 1732 [Martinez Guillen, 2005].