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In our last crop, 10 percent of the coffee scored above 90 points and one micro lot even got 95 points," Cotrim D'Alessandro said during a visit to the farm.
E ao Clube de Orientacao do Triangulo Mineiro (COTRIM) pelo emprestimo dos materiais prismas, picotadores.
(32.) Rocha R, Cotrim HP, Carvalho FM, Siqueira AC, Braga H, Freitas LA.
Later on the patient developed urinary tract infection which was treated with Sulfamethoxazole/Trimethoprim (Cotrim) for 19 days.
Daltro C, Cotrim HP, Alves E, de Freitas LA, Araujo L, Boente L, et al.
(13.) Ribeiro RA, Santos-Silva JC, Vettorazzi JF, Cotrim BB, Boschero AC, Carneiro EM.
Some research focused on the effect patients' illness have on their joint lives and how the relationship between the spouse and the patient was affected during a hospital admission (Cotrim & Pereira, 2008; Luttik et al., 2007).
This initial species percentage composition (35, 30, 20, 15%) was slightly different from that proposed by the rural extension agency in Rio Grande do Sul for carp polyculture in small ponds (35, 35, 15, 15%) (Cotrim, 1995).
(19.) Cotrim PC, Paranhos-Baccala G, Santos MR, Mortensen C, Cano MI, Jolivet M, et al.
Cotrim (2003) caracterizou a pecuaria familiar no municipio de Cangucu, RS, quanto a sua origem e situacao socioagronomica.
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