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Paragraph

PARA

Aviation acronym: A licence group within a category (eg 5.6 aircraft exceeding 5700 kgs MTNA)

Pará

Every October, Belém receives tens of thousands of tourists for the year`s most important religious celebration, the procession of the Círio de Nazaré. Another important attraction of the capital is the Marajó-style ceramics, based on pottery from the extinct Marajó indigenous culture, whose designs have gained considerable international fam....
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Para

• (n.) The southern arm of the Amazon in Brazil; also, a seaport on this arm. • (n.) Short for Para rubber. • (n.) A piece of Turkish money, usually copper, the fortieth part of a piaster, or about one ninth of a cent.
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(par´ә) a woman who has produced one or more viable offspring. Used with numerals to designate the number of pregnancies that have resulted in the birth of viable offspring, as para 0 (none—nullipara), para I (one—unipara), para II (two—bipara), para III (three—tripara), para IV (four...
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Para

-SACRAL SPINES Para-sacral spines are bony spikes that extend from the hip area in stegosaurs (like Stegosaurus and Kentrosaurus ).
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1. <obstetrics> A woman who has given birth to one or more infants. Para followed by a roman numeral or preceded by a Latin prefix (primi-, secundi-, terti-, quadri-, etc.) designates the number of times a pregnancy has culminated in a single or multiple birth; e.g. Para I, primipara; a woman who has given birth for the first time, para II, s...
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Para

Para River noun an estuary in northern Brazil into which the Tocantins River flows
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Para

[Bengali] ==Definition== Para is a Bengali word (পাড়া) which means a neighbourhood or locality, usually characterised by a strong sense of community. The names of several localities in cities and villages of West Bengal, Bangladesh and Tripura end with the suffix para. Historically, paras often consisted of people of similar live...
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Para

[community development block] Para (community development block) (পারা সমষ্টি উন্নয়ন ব্লক) is an administrative division in Raghunathpur subdivision of Purulia district in the Indian state of West Bengal. Para and Santaldih police stations serve this block. Headquarters of this block is at Para. Sa...
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Para

[Vidhan Sabha constituency] Para (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is an assembly constituency in Purulia district in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is reserved for scheduled castes. ==Overview== As per orders of the Delimitation Commission, No. 245 Para (Vidhan Sabha constituency) (SC) is composed of the following: Para and Raghunathpur II ...
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Para

Pa·ra' noun [ Turk., from Persian pārah a piece.] A piece of Turkish money, usually copper, the fortieth part of a piaster, or about one ninth of a cent.
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Pará

Pa·rá' noun 1. The southern arm of the Amazon in Brazil; also, a seaport on this arm. 2. Short for Pará rubber .
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Para

a prefix meaning 'subsidiary' or 'accessory' (e.g., paralegal).
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para

abbreviation: paragraph
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Pará

estado (state) of northern Brazil through which the lower Amazon River flows to the sea. It is bounded to the north by Guyana, Suriname, and the ...
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para

in order to, for (ends)
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Pará

Pará (purä') , state (1996 pop. 5,552,783), 474,896 sq mi (1,229,981 sq km), N Brazil, in the lower Amazon River basin bordering on the Guianas and the Atlantic Ocean. Belém is the capital. Mostly covered with rain forest, the hot, humid region is drained by the Amazon and its...
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Pará

Pará, city: see Belém.
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Pará

Pará, river, c.200 mi (320 km) long, N Brazil. It is actually the southeastern arm or estuary of the Amazon, divided from the rest of the river by Marajó island. It receives the waters of the Tocantins River. The port of Belém is on the right bank.
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Para

Para is slang for paratrooper.
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Para

Para: Any woman who has given birth once or more is termed a 'para.' Note that, for a pregnancy to count as a 'birth', it must go to at least 20 weeks' gestation (the mid-point of a full-term pregnancy) or yield an infant that weighs at least 500 grams, irrespective of whether the infant is liveborn or not. A woman who is para I (a primipara) has g...
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Referring to a woman's past pregnancies that have reached the period of viability whether a live birth or a still birth has resulted. Is designated by Roman Numerals to correlate with each pregnancy. Narrower term(s): Multipara
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Pará

State of northern Brazil, bounded in the north by Guyana and Suriname, and in the northeast by the Atlantic; area 1,246,833 sq km/481,405 sq mi; population (1991) 5,181,570; capital Belém. It is the second-largest state in Brazil; the Amazon delta lies wholly within it. There are dense rain forests and the area is well ...
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The Para was a British-built Brazilian torpedo boat of 560 tons displacement launched about 1909 and scrapped some time prior to 1940. The Para 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; four 3-pdr...
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