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What does SAO stand for?
SAO stands for Sao Paulo (Capital City; Brazil)
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We have 164 other meanings of SAO in our Acronym Attic
- South Africans in New Zealand (charitable trust)
- Standards Association of New Zealand
- Sustainable Aotearoa New Zealand
- South Africa New Zealand Australia Rugby
- La Société des Antiquaires de l'Ouest (French: Antiquarian Society of the West)
- Saco (Amtrak station code; Saco, ME)
- Safety Assessment Office
- Salvation Army Officer
- San Francisco Area Office
- Sandia Area Office
- School Administrative Officer (Australia)
- Security Advisory Opinion
- Security Assistance Office/Officer (US DoD)
- Security Assistance Organization
- Selected Attack Option (US DoD)
- Semi-Annual Oscillation
- Senior Acquisition Officer
- Senior Administration Official
- Service-Oriented Architecture (software)
- Serviciul Angajatori Online
Samples in periodicals archive:
We will hold a black Sao Paulo fashion week in the street right in front of the Sao Paulo Fashion Week" unless the demand is met, David Santos, of the Educafro group, told AFP.
It's a very important project for me," contributing artist Speto told AFP from his Sao Paulo home.
Joining the Brazilian navy as Sao Paulo (A 12), the "new" carrier arrived in Rio de Janeiro on 17 February.
What's needed is a necessity study, not a feasibility study," cautioned Paulo Herkenhoff, curator of the 24th Sao Paulo Bienal and currently adjunct curator at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
An important example is the Tiete Project in the Sao Paulo metropolitan area.
Nazzari's findings may be summarized as follows: In the seventeenth century when Sao Paulo was a remote and highly independent outpost of the Portuguese empire, wealthy families provided large dowries to attract sons-in-law to marry into their families.
ALL's network of approximately 16,400 kilometers of railway lines is used to transport mainly soybeans and other agricultural and industrial products in the south of Brazil, in the State of Sao Paulo and in the central and northeastern regions of Argentina.