city, east-central São Paulo estado (state), southeastern Brazil. It lies along the Sorocaba River, a tributary of the Tietê River, at 1,804 feet ...
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Sorocaba (soorookä'bu) , city (1996 pop. 431,370), São Paulo state, S Brazil, on the Sorocaba River. It is a transportation hub and a manufacturing center where textiles, cement, vegetable oils, and agricultural machinery are made. Natural resources in the municipal area include iron...
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Sorocaba (so̞ɾo̞ˈkabɐ) is a municipality in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. Sorocaba is the eighth largest city in the state of São Paulo. Outside the Greater São Paulo region, it ranks behind only Campinas, São José dos Campos and Ribeirão Preto. With an estimated population of 700,313 inhabitants, it is a regional capital of the Soroc
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Sorocaba is a genus of moths of the Phiditiidae family. ==Taxonomy== The genus was established in the Sphingidae and later placed in the Lymantriidae by Schaus in 1927. It was transferred from to the Apatelodidae by Minet in 1986 and finally to the subfamily Phiditiinae by Lemaire and Minet. The subfamily was raised to family level i
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