Aurea

aurea

What does aurea stand for?

Áurea Isabel Ramos de Sousa (born 7 September 1987), known professionally as Aurea, is a Portuguese soul singer originally from Santiago do Cacém, Alentejo, who grew up in Silves, Algarve. She debuted in 2008 with her single Okay Alright, which was included on the soundtrack of the Portuguese television series Morangos com Açúcar.

What is the Lei Áurea?

Jump to navigation Jump to search. The Lei Áurea (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈlej ˈawɾiɐ]; English: Golden Law), adopted on May 13, 1888, was the law that abolished slavery in Brazil. It was signed by Isabel, Princess Imperial of Brazil (1846–1921), an opponent of slavery, who acted as regent to Emperor Dom Pedro II, who was in Europe.

What were the consequences of the Lei Áurea?

The Lei Áurea had other consequences besides the freeing of all slaves; without slaves and lacking workers, the plantation owners (fazendeiros) had to recruit workers elsewhere and thus organized, in the 1890s, the Sociedade Promotora de Imigração (Society for the Promotion of Immigration). Another effect was an uproar among Brazilian slave o...

What is the meaning of♀ Aurea?

♀ Aurea. What does Aurea mean? Aurea as a name for girls has its root in Latin, and the meaning of Aurea is wind; golden; dawn. Aurea is a variant form of Aura (Latin). Aurea is also a derivative of Aurelia (Latin): feminine of Aurelio. Aurea is also used as a derivative of Aurora (Latin).

What is the difference between aura and Aurea?

Aurea is a variant form of Aura (Latin). Aurea is also a derivative of Aurelia (Latin): feminine of Aurelio. Aurea is also used as a derivative of Aurora (Latin). (female) Auro, ..

What names are similar to Aurea?

Aurea is alike in pronunciation to Airi, Ara▼, Ari ▲, Aria▲, Ariah ▲, Arie, Ariya ▲, Arria, Arrie▼, Arya▲, Eira, Iara, Ira, Orra, Orya, Uira and Yara▲. Other recommended sound-alike names are Abra, Abree, Adra, Adrea, Adreea, Adria, Afra, Airlea, Aldea, Alea, Aleea, Alura, Alurea, Andrea▼, Anuhea, Arda, Ardea, Aren, Arena, Areta, Arla, Arlea, Ar...

What did the Lei Áurea do?

The Lei Áurea ( Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈlej ˈawɾiɐ]; from Portuguese: Golden Law ), adopted on May 13, 1888, was the law that abolished slavery in Brazil. It was signed by Isabel, Princess Imperial of Brazil (1846–1921), an opponent of slavery, who acted as regent to Emperor Pedro II, who was in Europe.

What was the my Lai Massacre?

William Laws Calley, Jr. (born June 8, 1943) is a former United States U.S Army Officer found guilty of murdering hundreds of defenseless, innocent South Vietnamese civilians in the My Lai Massacre on March 16, 1968, during the Vietnam War. A quantity of US soldiers were charged, all excluding Lieutenant William Calley, were innocent.

What is the Golden Law of Portugal?

The Golden Law was signed by the Princess Imperial and countersigned by Rodrigo A. da Silva, in his capacity as Minister of Agriculture. Princess Isabel (who was a staunch supporter of the abolitionist movement) was awarded the Golden Rose by Pope Leo XIII and Minister Rodrigo A. da Silva received honors from the Vatican, France and Portugal.

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