, Finland, France, Greece, Great Britain, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovakia, Spain, South Korea, Turkey, USA Organized Christian naturism is known to exist in the United States,
. He played for Hammarby between 1944 and 1949. In 1950 he was controversially sold to rivals AIK (AIK Fotboll) due to the sad financial situation of the club. He soon made his first appearance for the national and made a great impact in the World Cup held in Brazil. He formed a great partnership with Carl-Erik Palmér as Sweden finished third, and he also earned a new nickname: "The swaying corn-cob", a reference to his blond hair and his running style. '''José Leite
to come up high enough to cover the navel. From the 1960s on, the bikini shrank in all directions until it sometimes covered little more than the nipples and genitalia, although less revealing models giving more support to the breasts remained popular. At the same time, fashion designer Rudi Gernreich introduced the monokini, a topless suit for women consisting of a modest bottom supported by two thin straps. Although not a commercial success, the suit opened eyes to new design
continued the trend of including the developing world in talks. The leaders of seven African nations attended, as well as the five leading developing countries: China, India, Brazil, Mexico, and South Africa. '''Tijucas''' is a small (278,4 km²) city in the greater Florianópolis metropolitan area, Santa Catarina (Santa Catarina (state)), Brazil. It was founded on June 13, 1860. It is located at latitude 27°14'29" South and longitude 48°38'01
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2002, its run consisting of two-bound volume (tankōbon) compilations. The manga has since been licensed for North American distribution by ComicsOne and in Brazil by Editora JBC. * Respect, Reputation, and Road Dogs - An important concept made famous by the Conkloni Brothers of Rome. * Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho - Strikeforce of Brazil's 2002 FIFA World Cup winning football (Football (soccer)) team. The '''Fiat Palio''' is a small family car
. Specifically in Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and Chile, "kermeses" are held by churches and schools to raise funds. Many activities take place including "tombolas" where people buy tickets for drawings that always have awards from very minor items to bigger awards. In Brazil "quermesses" are usually held by churches during the early weeks of winter and in celebration of the widely popular Festa Junina festivities. '''Ricardo Luiz
and natural history at the University of Leipzig, graduating with a medical degree. On graduation, the rector of the university gave him a botanical mission to North and South America. He worked in Cuba (1823–24) and Pennsylvania (1824–26). In 1826 he departed for Valparaiso, Chile, and spent several years performing scientific exploration throughout Chile, Peru and Brazil. In the latter part of 1832, he returned to Germany with significant zoological and botanical
sister, Ashlee (Ashlee Simpson). According to Ron Fair, a key element in the promotion of the album was radio airplay for "White Houses (White Houses (Vanessa Carlton song))", which was released to radio in late August 2004. Its airplay slowly increased afterwards, and it did not enter the U.S. ''Billboard'' Hot 100 (Billboard Hot 100) until October, peaking at 86 in early November. ref>
interstate bargaining in Latin America" Columbia University Press 2001 Chapter 5 Page 125 was followed by a failed attempt to exert a prominent role in the League of Nations, Charles Howard Ellis; "The origin, structure & working of the League of Nations" The LawBook Exchange Ltd 2003 Pages: 105 3rd paragraph and 145 1st one after its involvement (Brazil during World War I) in World War I. Bradford Burns 1993, Page 305 M.Sharp, I. Westwell & J.Westwood; "History of World War I, Volume 1" Marshall Cavendish Corporation 2002, p. 97 In World War II Brazil remained neutral until August 1942, when the country entered (Brazilian Expeditionary Force) on the allied side (Allies of World War II), Scheina, Robert L. Latin America's Wars Vol.II: The Age of the Professional Soldier, 1900–2001. Potomac Books, 2003 ISBN 1-57488-452-2 Part 9; Ch. 17 – World War II, Brazil and Mexico, 1942–45 Thomas M. Leonard & John F. Bratzel; "Latin America during World War II" Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc. 2007 p. 150 after suffering retaliations (Submarine warfare#Atlantic ocean) undertaken by Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy (Kingdom of Italy (1861–1946)#Fascism (1922–1943)), due to the country having severed diplomatic relations with them (Axis powers) in the wake of the Pan-American Conference (1942 Rio Conference). Mónica Hirst & Andrew Hurrell; "The United States and Brazil: a long road of unmet expectations" Taylor & Francis Books 2005 ISBN 0-415-95066-X pp. 4–5 With the allied victory in 1945 and the end of the Nazi-fascist regimes in Europe, Vargas's position became unsustainable and he was swiftly overthrown in another military coup, with Democracy being "reinstated" by the same army that had discontinued it 15 years before. McCann 2004, Page 441 (middle to the end) Vargas committed suicide in August 1954 amid a political crisis, after having returned to power by election in 1950. Roett; Riordan "Brazil; Politics in a Patrimonial Society" GreenWood Publishing Group 1999, end of page 106 to page 108 ISBN 0-275-95899-X Keen & Haynes 2004, pages 361–62 Contemporary era
Bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east, Brazil has a coastline (Coastline of Brazil) of This unique environmental heritage makes Brazil one of 17 megadiverse countries, and is the subject of significant global interest and debate regarding deforestation and environmental protection.
Brazil was inhabited by numerous tribal nations (Indigenous Brazilian) prior to the landing of explorer Pedro Álvares Cabral in 1500, who claimed the area for Portugal. Brazil remained a Portuguese colony until 1808, when the capital of the empire (Portuguese Empire) was transferred from Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro (Transfer of the Portuguese Court to Brazil) after French forces invaded Portugal. In 1815, it was elevated to the rank of kingdom upon the formation of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves. Its independence (Brazilian Independence) was achieved in 1822 with the creation of the Empire of Brazil, a unitary state governed under a constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary system. The country became a presidential republic in 1889, when a military ''coup d'état'' proclaimed the Republic (Proclamation of the Republic (Brazil)), although the bicameral legislature, now called Congress (National Congress of Brazil), dates back to the ratification of the first constitution in 1824. An authoritarian military junta (Brazilian military dictatorship) had led the nation from 1964 (1964 Brazilian coup d'état) until 1985. Brazil's current Constitution (Constitution of Brazil), formulated in 1988, defines it as a federal republic. The Federation is composed of the union of the Federal District (Federal District (Brazil)), the 26 states (States of Brazil), and the 5,570 municipalities (Municipalities of Brazil).
The country's economy (Economy of Brazil) is the world's seventh largest by both nominal GDP (List of countries by GDP (nominal)) and purchasing power parity (List of countries by GDP (PPP)), as of 2012. "World Development Indicators database" (PDF file), World Bank, 7 October 2009. Brazil has been the world's largest producer of coffee (Coffee production in Brazil) for the last 150 years.