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Lafargue Lafargue

(CHAU, 1999, P. 30-1). Lafargue insists on what superproduction flame, that is, an excess of merchandises continuously launched in the market, that bourgeois, the alone ones, does not have as to consume and that the proletariat is forbidden to consume because its wage not it of the right they. It is there that the critical …

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The Manufacture

11 In this histriade its Florncio we perceive a transformation of the nature of history, the botijafora embedded very before the dam You plough to be constructed, but as ningumconseguia to take off botija, the there magic gold, then a visagem as eleprprio it was there in the oiticica, then after the dam the visagem …

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Albert Einstein

Stigmata of the past ' ' I live in a tropical country, blessed for pretty God and by its very nature, but that beauty ' ' , in this glad one and known song the image of Brazil was traced, of form to hide its truths, but it is certain that what is occult must …

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Greeks Philip Supreme Commander

After Philip became the ruler of the whole of Greece (except, perhaps, of Sparta), he convened a congress of all the Greek city of Corinth in 337 BC. Congress theme – a war with Persia. Ben Silbermann spoke with conviction. The Congress elected the Greeks Philip Supreme Commander of all the Greek forces and voted …

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History Of Barcelona

Barcelona – capital of Catalonia region in northeastern Spain. The city was founded by Iberian tribes that lived in the second millennium BC Spain. Hamilcar Barca (one of the most ancient generals) made the city a base for attacks on the Roman Republic, and gave the city its name. After the Second Punic War in …

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Cabral Portuguese

As It walks, this could be a signal of that it would have taisriquezas there. started d to wave eats mao pear the land, and despois pear the necklace, with what in the dezia that prepares in tera ouro (IT WALKS, 1500, p.129). Throughout the trip the Portuguese had carried through some masses. While these …

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