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"lead" em Blogues

These transport-related energy saving reforms would also lead to a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 180 million tonnes annually, equivalent to...

Em BioTerra

...getting to really know the lives of organisms as they live them might just lead us to a more exciting understanding of our place in the universe..

Em BioTerra

lead to a 10% decline in the European Union’s CO₂ emissions from natural gas in...

Em BioTerra

Those campus battles did not lead to the Gulag..

Em BioTerra

and exclude them from quorum, which may lead to an outage..

Em Estação Cronográfica

...our skin gets thicker from living out in the snow You change all the lead Sleeping in my head As the day grows dim I hear you sing a...

Em BioTerra

Lead author Hagai Levine confirmed that India is also a part of this larger trend...

Em BioTerra

...of bars around the world was also criticized, although BrewDog argued the move would lead to increased sales of Lost Lager, thereby providing more money for charity..

Em BioTerra

"This could lead to disruptions,” warns Birol..

Em BioTerra

...Silva (L) celebrates his second goal with Enzo Fernandes (R) after scoring the 0-3 lead during the Portuguese First League soccer match between GD Estoril Praia vs SL Benfica,...

Em A PAIXÃO O BENFICA E O A.VISEU

Palavra do dia

es·ter·nu·ta·tó·ri·o es·ter·nu·ta·tó·ri·o


(latim sternuto, -are, espirrar + -tório)
adjectivo
adjetivo

1. Que provoca espirros. = ERRINO, PTÁRMICO

2. Em que há espirros (ex.: crise esternutatória; episódio esternutatório).

nome masculino

3. Medicamento que faz espirrar.

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