Tejo

[sport] Tejo (pronounced teh-ho) also known as turmeque to a lesser degree, is a traditional sport in Colombia. Many theories surround the origins of this traditional sport, however there is no convincing evidence due to the lack of oral tradition among native Chibcha people and the lack of archaeological records that could indicate its act...
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Tejo

IGP area (formerly Ribatejana) for country wines in the Portuguese region Ribatejo, For a long time, the eponymous, landscape-defining River Tagus was the traditional main supply route for bringing inland produce to the port city of Lisbon.
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Tejo

Tejo, river: see Tagus.
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Tejo

The Tejo was a Portuguese destroyer of 1239 tons displacement launched in 1935 to replace an earlier, identical destroyer also named Tejo sold to Columbia.. The Tejo was powered by three Yarrow boilers providing a top speed of 37 knots and a range of 8640 km at 15 knots. The Tejo carried a normal complement of 163, increasing to a maximum of 184 as...
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