Amazonas

largest estado (state) of Brazil, situated in the northwestern part of the country. It is bounded to the northwest by Colombia, to the north by ... [1 related articles]
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Amazonas

departamento, southeastern Colombia, located in the warm, humid Amazon River basin. It is bounded on the northwest by the Caquetá River, on the ...
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Amazonas

estado (state), southern Venezuela. It is bounded on the north by the state of Bolívar, on the east and south by Brazil, and on the west by Colombia. ...
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Amazonas

[disambiguation] BMW categorizes their vehicles by a series designation. These series represent multiple generations of a vehicle line. These articles serve as a brief time line and introduction for a vehicle line beginning with its introduction and subsequent updates, articles for individual generations of the series are listed in the :Cat...
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Amazonas

The Amazonas was a British-built Brazilian torpedo boat of 560 tons displacement launched about 1909 and scrapped some time prior to 1940. The Amazonas was powered by two double-ended Yarrow coal-fired boilers providing a top speed of 28 knots and a range of 2560 km at 15 knots. She carried a complement of 110 and was armed with two 4 inch guns; fo...
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Amazonas

Amazonas (ämuzō'nus) , state (1996 pop. 2,390,102), 604,032 sq mi (1,564,445 sq km), NW Brazil. The capital is Manaus.
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Amazonas

[Brazilian state] The issues originated from the conflict between what was granted by law in the 1494 Treaty of Torsedillas, and the subsequent reality of colonial expansion. Spanish eastward expansion from the Pacific coastal plains had been restrained by the rise of the Andes, while Portuguese westward expansion had been aided by the wate...
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Amazonas

[Venezuelan state] Logo of the band The Vacant Lots. Originally at http://www.thevacantlots.com/. The band holds the copyright license to use this logo. The logo consists of a black spiral with the band name juxtaposed at the outer layer or ring of the spiral. ...
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