JECA

AcronymDefinition
JECAJewel Cave National Monument (US National Park Service)
JECAJapan Evangelical Church Association
JECAJoint Engineers Council of Alabama (est. 1979)
JECAJapan Electrical Construction Association, Inc.
JECAJapan Election Campaign Association
JECAJournal of Experimental and Clinical Anatomy (Anatomical Society of Eastern Nigeria)
JECAJohn E. Chance and Associates (Lafayette, LA)
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Desse modo, reforcava as caracteristicas negativas do Jeca (alheio a ideia de patria, indolente, apatico, impenetravel a civilizacao), o que causava polemica.
Voz que da o tom a grande parte das analises, visto que o leitor, com frequencia, e convocado a examinar os bastidores da obra, a tomar parte nas polemicas derivadas dos posicionamentos de Lobato; participa, por assim dizer, da polissemia interpretativa derivada dos controversos textos escritos pelo criador de Negrinha, Jeca Tatu, Ze Brasil, Mr Lang, dentre tantos outros personagens ali elencados.
E importante destacar que o conteudo identificado pelos respondentes ["pensam que somos bobos, burros, cafonas, caipiras, jeca tatu, pobres e roceiros ..."] esta em consonancia com os elementos relatados em estudos que tem focalizado esta tematica (Campos, 2007; Fressato, 2008; Novoa & Fressato, 2007; Oliveira, 2003; Goncalves, 2005; Vasconcellos, 2009).
The book included a text on the rebirth of Jeca Tatu, one of his best-known characters, a classic literary representation of the Brazilian poor, especially peons and other rural workers.
This applies to most of Karadzic's singers from Srem, such as blind Jeca, blind Stepanija, blind Zivana, and the blind woman from Grgurevci.
Isabel Kerry Butler Felicidade Cheryl Freeman Lascivio, Xavier Jay Goede Juan Anika Larsen Ginga Nicole Leach Fernando Tyler Maynard Pato Darrell Moultrie Green Eyes Clifton Oliver Jeca Karen Olivo Henrique Devin Richards Maroto Gregory Treco Rancor William Youmans Musical numbers: "Botos in Brazil," "Tell Me Your Tale," "The World Belongs to Me," "Mundo Paraiso," "A Mother's Lament," "Tonight You Learn Capoeira," "Cuckold," "Tears of Blood," "All We Were Doing," "Tell Me Your Tale" (reprise), "Saudade (Homesickness)," "Bandeirantes!," "It's Really All Right With Me," "I Gotta Get ta Palmares," "My Tone, True Love," "Pirate Orientation/Query." "You Bring Me Rain," "Green Eyes," "Mundo Paraiso" (reprise).
In these he introduced the character Jeca Tatu ("Joe Armadillo"), who became the symbol of the Brazilian backlander.