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Synonyms for Recife

a port city of northeastern Brazil on the Atlantic

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The Consul of Cabo Verde (Cape Verde) in Recife, Ricardo Galdino, have stated that the main objective behind the move was to transform CaboVerde into a Pernambuco business platform for Africa and for Europe and the United States.
HOT STUFF Suarez celebrates against the English while Pirlo tries to cool down in Recife
Recife, among the many nicknames given to her, the "Brazilian Venice" is the most well-known.
It is hard to find any other city in Brazil as crazy about football as Recife.
It is important to proceed as speed as possible: above all, because it is possible that Lucas da Silva Cavalcante di Recife intends to sell the domain www.
26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Marriott International (NYSE: MAR) announced today plans to open a new 162-room Courtyard by Marriott Hotel in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil's largest and most modern city in the Northeastern region of the country.
15, American will convert its daily Miami to Salvador flight, with continuing service to Recife, from one-stop service to non-stop service five days per week between Miami and both Recife and Salvador.
Summary: DUBAI -Gulftainer, the largest privately owned port operator in the world, recently welcomed an delegation from the Port of Recife, of Brazil, to their offices in Sharjah, where they held talks about building on and strengthening the ties between the two companies.
From June 2012 the carrier plans on flying to Recife, Liberia, Las Vegas and Curacao.
Summary: An aeroplane has crashed in Brazil's northeastern city of Recife, killing all 16 people on board.
The final two chapters contain case studies of the rural interior traditions of the bandas de pifanos (fife and drum bands) and cantoria de viola (improvised sung poetry accompanied by the guitar-like viola) and of contemporary urban popular music from the cities of Salvador and Recife.
O Ciclo do Recife (1923-1931) se constitui como o primeiro grande movimento cinematográfico na história do cinema pernambucano e o mais intenso ciclo cinematográfico regional do início do século XX na América Latina, durante o qual foram produzidos 13 filmes de ficção de oito diretores que faziam parte de um grupo de cerca de 30 jovens (quase todos entre 20 e 25 anos na época) atraídos pela realização cinematográfica.
Perhaps this should explain why, after a visit to Recife, site of a Brazilian refinery being built to process Venezuelan crude oil, President Hugo Chavez on March 28 said Caracas was no longer interested in seeing oil prices rise and was pushing to stabilise the market.
Consulate in Recife most important to American interests in Brazil?
HFN, in conjunction with Recife, makers of pens and other writing instruments, will send a Baby Press Rollerball Pen to each letter writer who is published in HFN.