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Synonyms for Augusta

the capital of the state of Maine

a city in eastern Georgia north-northwest of Savannah

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Augusto da Silva Tomas is visiting Namibia before a delegation from the Ministry of Transport which includes the directors of the International Exchange Office (GII), Maritime and Port Institute of Angola (IMPA), National Institute of Angolan Railways (INCFA), National Institute of Civil Aviation (INAVIC), and the Deputy Director General for Technical Area of the National Institute of Road Transport (NRTI).
Augusto plans to remain at AFB until a successor is in place to ensure a smooth transition.
Real Madrid have reached an agreement with River Plate for Argentina under-20 goalkeeper Augusto Batalla, according to the Spanish publication AS.
Augusto Odone taught himself enough science to invent a treatment for his six-year-old son after he was diagnosed with a neurological disease and given two years to live.
Non-swimmer Augusto had only moved to Pine Green, Dudley, from Portugal days before the tragedy.
Augusto, who only celebrated his 15th birthday last week.
Augusto was visiting family from Portugal with his parents and younger brother and had been in the country for less than three weeks.
The Directors believe that the Cantina Augusto restaurant can be
Summary: Rabat - Morocco's initiative to grant a substantive autonomy to its southern provinces, the Sahara, is a wise and pertinent proposal, said, here on Monday, Jose Augusto Vargas Fernandez, President the parliamentary group of the Peruvian party, the Popular Revolutionary Alliance.
That left the 36-year-old running in a vacuum as the Portuguese pair of Jessica Augusto and Ines Monteiro plus Aniko Kalovics of Hungary tried to match the Ethiopian challenge of Worknesh Kidane.
Portugal's Jessica Augusto was this year's surprise package, breaking clear of the leading pack after just three miles with the Australian Nikki Chapple before building up a lead of just under a minute - which she held until the finishing line.
Jessica Augusto could not believe it when six world class Africans failed to respond when she and Nikki Chapple broke clear after three miles in the women's event.
In the women's race, Portugal's Jessica Augusto broke away early in the race to score an easy victory against a world-class field in a personal best time of one hour, nine minutes and eight seconds.
Portugal's Jessica Augusto was a runaway winner of the women's title.
Well, they didn't count on Augusto being well prepared for such a scenario.