DENV-4 reemerged in Brazil in 2010, 28 years after it was last detected in the country; the site of the reemergence was Roraima State, northern Brazil (8), the same state in which DENV-4 had last been detected in 1982 (9).
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RR stands for Roraima (Brazil)
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Under this contract, G4S will endorse and activate the network infrastructure and deploy over 2,240 kilometres of fibre-optic cable in Amazonas, Tocantins, Acre, Amapa and Roraima.
The first Tepui that the group explored was Mount Roraima in Guyana, the highest and most famous of the 115 table-top mountains or mesas.
The Rio Branco Basin is within the Brazilian State of Roraima (Fig.
JOENIA BATISTA DE CARVALHO Legal Representative, Roraima Indigenous Council ACHIEVEMENTS Joenia Batista de Carvalho, a member of Brazil's Wapixana tribe, worked evenings and studied at night to attend college and then law school, becoming Brazil's first indigenous lawyer.
br/ir VIVO through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, Telesp Celular S/A, Global Telecom S/A, Telerj Celular S/A, Telest Celular S/A, Telebahia Celular S/A, Telergipe Celular S/A, Celular CRT S/A, and the Tele Centro Oeste Celular Participacoes S/A provides mobile telephone services in the states of: Sao Paulo, Parana, Santa Catarina, Rio de Janeiro, Espirito Santo, Bahia, Sergipe, Rio Grande do Sul, Acre, Amazonas, Amapa, Goias, Maranhao, Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul, Para, Rondonia, Roraima and Tocantins and in the Federal District.
The analysis focused on the five states--Para, Mato Grosso, Rondonia, Roraima, and Acre--that account for roughly 90 percent of all deforestation in Brazil's Amazon.
These are the Macuxi, Marubo, and Yanomami who partly inhabit the northern state of Roraima.