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History Dictionary

Fascism Fascism was a political regime instituted by Benito Mussolini in Italy after the end of World War I and was characterized by dictatorship and totalitarianism, aggressive nationalism, militarism and imperialism, the cult of the chief, anti-communism, repression and corporatism. .
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Orixá Name given to deities in Afro-Brazilian cults of Yoruba origin. Other word suggestions… Human Rights Freedom Old Age or Antiquity Peace Conference Unfailing Crime Racism Budget Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
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Geography

Asia

It is the largest and most populous continent on earth. It has about 49 million km 2, occupying 8.6% of the planetary surface (almost 30% of the emerged land). In Asia is over 60% of the world population. Mainly located in the eastern and northern hemispheres, Asia is often defined as the portion of Eurasia (the Africa-Asia-Europe ensemble) that lies east of the Red Sea, the Suez Canal and the Ural Mountains, and south of the Caucasus and the North. Caspian and Black Seas.
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Geography

Northern Region Capitals

The capital of Acre (AC), Rio Branco, is known for its natural attributes and is therefore called the "Green City" or "Capital of Nature". It is located on the banks of the Acre River and has a population of approximately 363,928 thousand inhabitants (IBGE 2014). Location of Rio Branco in Acre Rio Acre, which cuts through the city Partial view of Rio Branco Macapá Capital of Amapá (AP), Macapá is the largest city in the state and is located on the banks of the Amazon River, with a population of approximately 446 757 thousand. inhabitants (IBGE / 2014).
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Nativist and liberation movements

Emboabas War The Emboabas War was a confrontation fought from 1707 to 1709, for the right to exploit the newly discovered gold deposits in the region of Minas Gerais, Brazil. On the one hand, the conflict opposed the Vincentian explorers who had discovered the region of the mines and for this reason demanded the exclusivity of exploiting them; and on the other hand a motley group composed of Portuguese and immigrants from other parts of Brazil - pejoratively nicknamed “Emboabas” by the Vincentians - all attracted to the region by the gold rush.
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The Names of Streets

Yesterday's Streets and Today's Streets The spaces that humans build also tell stories. Who was born and lived all the life in the same street can notice the changes that happened in this time interval. You can also see if some buildings, lighting, or street pavement have been modified. The same can happen on streets, squares or avenues where you pass often.
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