*  Letter to the Editor: Reflecting on the behaviors of coaches (2/18/08) | Brazil Times
To the Editor:. Sportsmanship, respect, teamwork, play hard, and play fair.. "It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game.". Those are usually the first things you learn in any sport. That message should also crossover to the coaches as well.. Their first job as coach should be to make sure every player on their team is better at the end of the season than they were at the beginning. My guess is that those qualities are not expected of the coaches for the North Clay sixth-grade girls' basketball team.. The team is horribly mismanaged. From practice to game time, there are politics being played.. These kids are 11-12-year-olds! They should not be subjected to those sort of things at such a young age.. It should still be about the fun of the game and everyone should get a fair shake. I understand that some players are naturally better than others and some players are going to work harder than others. Those sort of things should be rewarded.. However, the skills that make a good ...
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*  Brazil - Everything2.com
Brazil' was written and directed by the rather wonderful Terry Gilliam (of Monty Python fame). It deals with a futuristic ... Holy Cross of Brazil's Land (1505). Brasil Land (1505). Brasil (since 1527) Portugal came to own Brazil after the famous ... For hard numbers, go to the CIA World Factbook - Brazil.. For more info, go to: Brazilian Portuguese. Rio de Janeiro. Getúlio ... What is "Brazil"?, Rob Hedden's 30-minute on-set documentary *The Battle of Brazil: A Video History, an original 60-minute ...
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*  Francisco Gomes - Wikipedia
Francisco Gomes de Andrade Junior, better known as Chiquinho or Chiquinho Baiano (born 13 March 1980) is a Brazilian footballer ... Brazilian composer. Francisco Gomes de Amorim, (1827 - 1891), Portuguese poet and Dramatist. ...
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*  Francisco de Sales Torres Homem, Viscount of Inhomirim - Wikipedia
... a journal considered the initial landmark of the literary romantic movement of Brazil. In 1837 he returned to Brazil. He wrote ... He returned to Brazil and resumed his legislative chores, but his health problems forced him to go to Paris where he died on ... The only afrobrazilian ever to have been in charge of the economy of Brazil throughout its history. Francisco de Sales Torres ... Stein, S.J., The Historiography of Brazil 1808-1889. The Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. 40, No. 2, May 1960, pp. 234 ...
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*  John VI of Portugal - Wikipedia
In Brazil, the general opinion was that the king's return to Portugal could mean loss of the autonomy Brazil had gained and a ... John named Pedro regent for Brazil in his name and left for Lisbon on 25 April 1821 after a stay of thirteen years in Brazil, a ... Under the same treaty, he also became titular Emperor of Brazil for life, while his son, Pedro I of Brazil, was both de facto ... the National Library of Brazil, the Royal Museum (now National Museum of Brazil), the Teatro Real de São João (now Teatro João ...
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*  Triathlon - Murray takes the money, Super League basks in the glory | Reuters
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*  Revolt of the Muckers - Wikipedia
These Germans, mostly farmers, were brought by the Brazilian Government to populate this inhospitable area of Brazil. In the ... between two groups in a German community in Southern Brazil. It was eventually quelled by the Brazilian military and its ... 1985). Brazil: Empire and Republic, 1822-1930. Volume 5 of Cambridge History of Latin America. 3 (reprint, illustrated ed.). ... In the Revolt of the Muckers 1873-1874, in the region of Sapiranga, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, Jacobina Mentz Maurer, believed ...
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*  Muckers - Wikipedia
... two films were made in Brazil about Jacobina Mentz Maurer one of the leaders of the Muckers Brazilian rebellion. The better ... Some of them migrated to Brazil, where in 1874 at Porto Alegre a company of them came into collision with the military (see ... 1985). Brazil: Empire and Republic, 1822-1930. Volume 5 of Cambridge History of Latin America. 3 (reprint, illustrated ed.). ... Lesser, Jeffrey (2013). "Muckers". Immigration, Ethnicity, and National Identity in Brazil, 1808 to the Present. New Approaches ...
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*  Brazil Emigration and Immigration Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki
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*  Olympics
FILE PHOTO: Brazilian soccer legend Pele poses for picture after receiving an Olympic necklace from President of the ... Brazilian soccer legend Pele poses for picture at the Pele Museum in Santos ... FILE 2016 Rio Olympics - Triathlon - Men's Victory Ceremony - Fort Copacabana - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 18/08/2016. Henri ... Brazil - 17/08/2016. Omar McLeod (JAM) of Jamaica poses with his gold medal. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes ...
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*  Exhibition of the centenary of the opening of the Ports of Brazil - Wikipedia
The Brazilian national exposition of 1908 in celebration of the centenary of the opening of Brazilian ports to the commerce of ... The Brazilian national exposition of 1908 in celebration of the centenary of the opening of Brazilian ports to the commerce of ... The Brazilian national exposition of 1908 in celebration of the centenary of the opening of Brazilian ports to the commerce of ... The Brazilian national exposition of 1908 in celebration of the centenary of the opening of Brazilian ports to the commerce of ...
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*  Cisplatine War - Wikipedia
Few Brazilian historians have examined it in detail. The national heroes of Brazil are instead from Brazilian independence, the ... After Brazilian independence, in 1822, Cisplatina became part of the Empire of Brazil. It sent delegates to the 1823 ... Argentina-Brazil relations List of wars involving Brazil List of wars involving Argentina Vale, Brian. "A War Betwixt ... The Brazilian counteroffensive was eventually stopped at the inconclusive Battle of Ituzaingó. While Brazilian troops were ...
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*  Demétrio Magnoli - Wikipedia
Regina Araujo (2005). O projeto da Alca: hemisfério americano e Mercosul na ótica do Brasil. São Paulo: Moderna. p. 112. ISBN ... Demétrio Martinelli Magnoli is a Brazilian sociologist, PhD in human geography, writer and columnist. In 2012, he was named by ... 1997). O corpo da pátria: imaginação geográfica e política externa no Brasil: 1808-1912. São Paulo: UNESP / Moderna. p. 318. ... Phillips, Dom (9 November 2011). "Brazil Student Occupiers Meet the Military Police". Bloomberg. Retrieved 2013-01-01. "Os ...
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*  Infanta Benedita of Portugal - Wikipedia
In 1788 her husband Joseph died and Benedita became Dowager Princess of Brazil, as she was known during the rest of her long ... She followed the royal family on their exile to Brazil in 1808. Benedita died in Lisbon and is buried in the national pantheon ... Infante José became the new crown prince, being given the titles Prince of Brazil and 16th Duke of Braganza. Benedita became ... crown princess with the title Princess of Brazil. ...
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*  Republic - Wikipedia
Brazil gained independence as a monarchy on September 7, 1822, and the Empire of Brazil lasted until 1889. In the other states ... Due to the Peninsular War, the Portuguese court was relocated to Brazil in 1808. ...
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*  Afonso Ribeiro - Wikipedia
Afonso Ribeiro was the first exiler in Brazil, namely known referred to the map by Pero Vaz de Caminha of 1500. It is recorded ... Pero Vaz de Caminha Pero Vaz de Caminha: A Carta Vainfas, Ronaldo (head). Dicionário do Brasil Colonial: 1500 - 1808. ( ... Dictionary of Colonial Brazil: 1500-1808) Rio de Janeiro: Objetiva, 2000. ... in Caminha's map that, upon return to the voyages to the Indies (after touching the Brazilian lands), Pedro Alvares Cabral left ...
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*  Amazonas (Brazilian state) - Wikipedia
The following year, Brazil proclaimed its independence and Grao-Para became the Province of Para of state of Brazil. At the ... Lutheran University of Brazil (Universidade Luterana do Brasil (ULBRA)). University Center of Amazon Higher Education ( ... did Brazil sign the Treaty Vásquez Cobo-Martins (1908) entitling finally the possessions Brazilian in the north of the State, ... It is larger than the whole of the Northeast Region of Brazil with its nine states. Amazonas is roughly the 90% size of the U.S ...
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*  John Jervis, 1st Earl of St Vincent - Wikipedia
Editora Planeta do Brasil Ltda. Tucker. Vol. 2, p. 263 Tucker. Vol. 2, p. 267 Tucker. Vol. 2, pp. 306-307 Tucker. Vol. 2, p. ... It was Sir Sidney Smith and Graham Moore who led the Royal family to safety in Brazil. St Vincent had long suffered from poor ... to take the Portuguese court to its colony in Brazil. The invasion of Portugal was delayed and St Vincent was recalled to the ... By 1808 forty-five machines were turning out 130,000 pulley blocks per year. The innovation meant that only ten to thirty ...
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*  New Approaches to the Americas
Brazil and Cuba were among the first colonial societies to establish slavery in the early sixteenth century. Approximately a ... But her story is not merely the personal history of a woman, or the social history of a colonial Brazilian town. Rather, it ... Júnia Ferreira Furtado offers a fascinating study of the world of a freed woman of color in a small Brazilian town where ... It tells the story of Domingos Sodré, an African-born priest who was enslaved in Bahia, Brazil in the nineteenth century. After ...
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*  Transfer of the Portuguese Court to Brazil - Wikipedia
Brasil e Algarves), elevating Brazil to the same rank as Portugal and increasing the administrative independence of Brazil. ... The heir of John VI, Pedro I, remained in Brazil. The Portuguese Cortes demanded that Brazil return to its former status as a ... Coming of age in Brazil rather than Portugal led to Pedro identifying as a Brazilian, a sentiment which influenced his defiance ... Manchester, Alan K., "The Transfer of the Portuguese Court to Brazil". In Conflict and Continuity in Brazilian Society, ed. ...
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*  Gazeta do Rio de Janeiro - Wikipedia
Gazeta do Rio de Janeiro was the first newspaper to be published in Brazil. It was printed twice a week. It was pro government ... "A Gazeta do Rio de Janeiro : o jornal oficial da Corte de D. João VI no Brasil (1808-1821)" (PDF). Portuguese. www.ufrgs.br. ... It was renamed Gazeta in 1821 and shutdown after Brazil got Independence. James D. Henderson; Helen Delpar; Maurice Philip ... for the then Portughese rulers of Brazil. Its Editor was Friar José Tiburcio Rocha. ...
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*  Francisco Gomes da Rocha - Wikipedia
Appleby, David (2014). The Music of Brazil. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press. ISBN 978-0-292-75111-8. ... was a Brazilian composer. He was the successor of Emerico Lobo de Mesquita in Vila Rica. ...
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*  Pedro Álvares Cabral - Wikipedia
História Geral do Brasil (in Portuguese). 1 (3rd ed.). São Paulo: Melhoramentos, N/A. Vianna, Hélio (1994). História do Brasil ... História do Brasil (History of Brazil, 1627) by friar Vicente do Salvador and História da América Portuguesa (History of ... Brazil had secured most of its present-day borders by 1750 and was regarded by Portugal as the most important part of its far- ... After Manuel I had been told of the discovery of what is now Brazil, he sent another and smaller fleet to explore it. One of ...
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*  Treaty of Rio de Janeiro (1825) - Wikipedia
Among the reasons that led the United Kingdom to actively support the Brazilian cause, it can be emphasized that Brazil's ... Brazilian Declaration of Independence Brazilian Imperial Family Empire of Brazil Template:Http://dai-mre.serpro.gov.br/atos- ... formally ending Brazil's war of independence. The treaty was ratified by the Emperor of Brazil on August 24, 1825, and by the ... Brazil was already the third largest consumer market of British exports; Brazil had maintained the constitutional monarchy and ...
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