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  1. Guia is a civil parish in the Portuguese municipality of Albufeira in the Algarve, 5 kilometres from the coast. The population in 2011 was 4,376, in an area of 26.80 km².
  2. Guia is a former civil parish in the municipality of Pombal, Portugal. In 2013, the parish merged into the new parish Guia, Ilha e Mata Mourisca. It has a population of 2,726 and an area of 37.91 km².
    • also known as Guia, Pombal

There are other places with in their name, like Guia Lopes da Laguna.


  1. Guia is a fictional character from the 2003 film Then and Now.
  2. Guia a.k.a. Guía is a fictional character from the 2009 drama film The Pursuer.


"Guia" is a musical album of Antonio Zambujo.

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Google previewThe Impact of Increased United States-Mexico Trade on Southwest Border Development (1986)

Report to the Senate Committee on Finance on Investigation No. 332-223, Under Section 332 of the Tariff Act of 1930

A Guia is a document that is required by the Government of Mexico to accompany shipments of fishery products specifying the origin and destination for a particular shipment whether destined for a domestic or foreign market. 1/ In a directive ...

Google previewGuidelines for Understanding, Adjudicating, and Resolving Disputes in Elections (2011)

by Chad Vickery

Guia is a practicing election lawyer ...

Google previewDiscover Mexico's Secrets

by Justin Beck

And Sopa de Guia is a soup comprised of all the different parts of the zucchini plant. So the soup consists of the green runner that the zucchini shoots out from the plant, the flower that it produces before producing a zucchini, pieces of the ...

Google previewTour of Monte Rosa (2015)

A Trekker's Guide by Hilary Sharp

Antica Miniera Aurifera della Guia is an ancient goldmine. This is situated near the Walser Museum in Borca. Legend has it that the Romans and Celts found gold in the Anzasca Valley, in impurities in the mineral ores of pyrite and quartzite .

Google previewLet's Go Barcelona 3rd Edition (2003)

by Let's Go Inc.

The Guia is a booklet that lists anything and everything happening in Barcelona in the coming week: concerts, restaurant events, temporary exhibits, nightlife, galleries, games, free events, theater and dance performances, movie listings, and ...

Google previewV!VA Travel Guides (2008)

Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands by Viva Publishing Network, Paula Newton

The eclectic Restaurante El Descanso del Guia is a local staple, its friendly and unassuming owner Irlanda Banguera having served typical Ecuadorian dishes there for over ten years.

Google previewA Dictionary of Books Relating to America, from Its Discovery to the Present Time (1875)

Franklin to Hall

Guia de Nueva York y los Estados Unidos, para uso de los Españoles y Sudamericanos, dende se esplica cuanto puede interessar a un Viajero. Nueva York. 1856. 18mo, pp. 134. Map. Guia del Estado Ecclesiástico, seglar, y Regular de ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Spirits and Ghosts in World Mythology (2016)

by Theresa Bane

Guia. guedes is a being known as Baron Samedi. Guedes collect the information and knowledge of the deceased over many generations, making them excellent spirits to call up when council and advice is needed, but they are typically only ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English and Romance Languages Equivalent Proverbs

by Teodor Flonta

Se um cego guia outro, ambos cairão no fosso. Se o cego guia o cego correm ambos o risco de cair. A guia de um cego não ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Tourism (2002)

by Jafar Jafari

The Complete Guia'e to Special Event Management, New York: Wiley. Getz, D. (1997) Event Management and E vent Tourism, New York: Cognizant Communication Corp. Goldblatt, J.

Google previewA Comprehensive Medical Dictionary Containing the Pronunciation,etymology,and Signification of the Terms Made Use of in Medicine and the Kindred Sciences (1874)

With an Appendix,comprising a Complete List of All the More Important Articles of the Materia Medica,arranged According to the Medicinal Properties [etc.]. by Joseph Thomas

[Sanjjuiii - euM; from aan'guia, aan'guinia, " blood.'*] Abounding with blood; warm ; ardent; nearly the same as Sanguineous. ftan-guln'ooiui. [KanKnin'eun; from the same.] Relating to the blood; bloody; of the color of blood; abounding in blood.

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Information and Library Science (2003)

by John Feather, Paul Sturges

es/guia/pagina35c.html and www. index.html). Italy – Lombardia ( tabella.htm). SOUTHERN EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES Greece ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of E-Health and Telemedicine (2016)

by Cruz-Cunha, Maria Manuela

La Guia et. al. (2013) developed a SG specifically to AD, in order to enhance and stimulate the cognitive abilities of people suffering from Alzheimer and to counteract the progress of the disease. The interactive system is based on emerging ...

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