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DUBAI, UAE, May 23, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- - Brazil Favourite to Win World Cup 2010 - England Would do Well to get Beyond Quarter-finals - African Teams Should Benefit From Home Region Advantage Richer countries do not generally outperform poorer opposition in football, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) report released today. Brazil are the statistical favourites at this year's World Cup tournament, while England would do well to get beyond the...
WASHINGTON and THE HAGUE, Netherlands, April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- In a much-awaited ruling on a cross-border environmental dispute, the International Court of Justice in The Hague ruled overwhelmingly in Uruguay's favor in a case brought by neighboring Argentina, which had attempted to force the closing and dismantling of a paper pulp mill on the Uruguay River, whose course forms part of the border between the two nations.
University of California, Davis, scientists are helping rice farmers in Uruguay stop polluting their waterways -- including drinking-water sources and a globally valuable nature reserve.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala., March 1 /PRNewswire/ -- A-Evangelista S.A.
BERKELEY, Calif. and POCATELLO, Idaho, Dec. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Nordic Windpower announced today that the first three of its two-bladed wind turbines, destined for community and distributed wind energy projects in North and South America, have begun their journey to Rocha, Uruguay.
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Terra.com Gives Fans Inside Access to International Icon's Latin American Tour MIAMI, April 9 /PRNewswire/ -- When crossover phenomenon Gloria Estefan goes on tour to throughout Latin America this spring, Terra will give its 60 million users front row seats and backstage passes.
Uruguay's acting Agriculture Minister Andres Berterreche estimated crop losses from several months of drought have topped $450 million. The figure, revealed in a business meeting this week, represents about 1.5 percent of the country's gross domestic product, Mercopress reported Friday. Economy Minister Alvaro Garcia said the final assessment of (drought) losses could be even higher, in part because Uruguay's primary energy supply is from domestic hydroelectric sources. Without enough rain,...
ANCEL, the leading mobile operator in Uruguay to offer i-mate mobiles to its customers SEATTLE, March 13 /PRNewswire/ -- i-mate, the global specialist in Microsoft(R) Windows Mobile(R) devices and software, announced the availability of i-mate products in Uruguay.
The Chalk-browed Mockingbird (Mimus saturninus ), is a bird species of the family Mimidae. It is found in most of Brazil, and parts of Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina, and Suriname. It has an extremely large range (around 4,400,000 square miles). Photo Credit: Eurico Zimbres
The White-browed Blackbird, Sturnella superciliaris, is a passerine bird in the bird family Icteridae. It breeds in northeastern Brazil and in southern South America from southwestern Brazil through Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina. Southern populations are partially migratory. This bird breeds in open country, including moist grasslands, pasture and cultivation. The White-browed Blackbird is one of the smaller birds of its family. The male has mainly black plumage, apart from a bright red...
The Red-winged Tinamou, Rhynchotus rufescens, is a medium-sized ground-living bird from southern Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia and northern Argentina. It lives in a variety of habitats depending on altitude. In lowland areas it favors marshy grasslands and savanna, at higher altitudes more arid and scrubby areas. A large member of the Tinamou family, it has a curved bill and a black cap, with characteristic red primaries. Its diet varies by season, taking insects and other small...
The Crested Screamer (Chauna torquata), more commonly called the Southern Screamer, is a species of the bird family of birds Anhimidae. Found around Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina. Diet consists of plants stems and leaves.
- Stoppage; cessation (of labor).
- A standing still or idling (of mills, factories, etc.).