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Cachoeira, is an inland town of Bahia, Brazil, on the Paraguaçu River. The town exports sugar, cotton and tobacco and is a thriving commercial and industrial centre.
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Spirited Things (2014)
The Work of "Possession" in Afro-Atlantic Religions by Paul Christopher Johnson
Cachoeira is a colonial coastal town known throughout Bahia as the Cidade da Macumba, the City of Witchcraft. Campo Formoso, where emeralds are traded, is the ...
by Herbert Huntington Smith
The fifteenth cachoeira is a very bad one.
Designed for the Philadelphia Centenary Exhibition : Geographical Study by Conselheiro Homem de Mello by Francisco Ignacio Marcondes Homem de Mello (Barão Homem de Mello)
- Cachoeira is a generic term for falls';, ...
by Andre Joao Antonil
Cachoeira is a town about fifty miles to the northwest of Salvador de Bahia; it is the highest navigable point on the Paraguaçu River, which empties into the Bay of All Saints. 2. Musk is a scent extracted from deer or similar animals. Ambergris is ...
Swing Nation by Cristina F. Rosa
“waterfall,” Cachoeira is a picturesque city by the river filled with colonial houses painted in bright colors. It is located in the countryside of Bahia ( recôncavo baiano) to the west of Salvador. It is also a calm and vibrating place, surrounded by ...
by João Emilio Gerodetti, Carlos Cornejo
Cachoeira is a city in bloom. It was born yesterday and already everybody thinks it is beautiful! It's as joyful as a ballroom and as welcoming as a garden. 206 Bridge over the Rio Ibicui and Umbu station, on the Porto Alegre to Uruguaiana line, ...
Friends' Review (1854)
A Religious, Literary and Miscellaneous Journal by Samuel Rhoads, Enoch Lewis
Cachoeira is a closely-built, respectable-looking, bustling town of about 7,000 inhabitants, and bids fair largely to increase in population and commerce. It has one good public school, where boys and girls, black, white and brown, without ...
Origins, Experiences, and Culture. A-C. Volume 1
Cachoeira, Bahia, is a colonial town in northeastern Brazil famous for its role in the Bahian war of independence and the strength of its Afro-Brazilian religious traditions. Located in the Recôncavo, the fertile, crescent-shaped region around the ...
Including Atlas of the World and Cyclopedia of Names
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São Gabriel da Cachoeira, Brazil; (5) Rio Caquetá, Colombia; (6) upper Rio Doce, Brazil; (7) Brasilia, Brazil; (8) Atacama Desert, Chile; ...
by Jan Onofrio
They were told the Camacan had six villages in the forests along the Gravata River in the District of Minas Novas, but that the bulk of the tribe inhabited the region between the Rio da Cachoeira and the Grugunhy River, a territory of the Rio das ...
by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen
—Bank of Brazil CACF Colombian-American Culture Foundation Cach Cachoeira (Portuguese— rapids, ...
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Parque Municipal Cachoeira do Salto - Extrema - MG
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- Cachoeira do Boi Morto - Ubajara\CE
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Scrabble value of C3A1C3H4O1E1I1R1A1
The value of this 9-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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