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Other: Brava is a volcanic island in the Cape Verde group. ... Fogo ( Portuguese for fire) is a volcanic island in the Sotavento group of Cape Verde. ... Municipalities are the smallest government division in Switzerland. ... Furnas is a parish in the district of Povoação in the Azores. ... Povoação (Portuguese for of the fields) is a city on the southern part of São Miguel Island in the Azores It has a population of 6,726 (as of 2001). ... Location Motto of the autonomous region: Antes morrer livres que em paz sujeitos (Portuguese: Rather die free than peacefully subjected) Official language Portuguese Capitals Ponta Delgada (Presidency of the autonomous government), Angra do Heroísmo (Supreme Court), Horta (Legislative Assembly) Other towns Praia da Vitória, Ribeira Grande Area 2333...

  • Furnas, a Brazilian generator, tramission and commercialization of electric energy

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EX-GOVERNOR ROBERT W. Robert Wilkinson Furnas was born on a farm near Troy, Miami county, Ohio, May 5, 1824, being a son of William and Martha (Jenkins) Furnas, both natives of Newberry, South Carolina, where the father was born in 1804 and the latter in 1800.
Furnas was commissioned by the then acting governor J. Sterling Morton, colonel of the territorial militia and was afterward commissioned, by acting governor A. Paddock, brigadier general in the same service for the district south of the Platte River.
Furnas was special agent for the United States pension bureau, and was a member of the first board of regents of the University of Nebraska, a portion of the time being president of the board.
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