Dia do Terapeuta Ocupacional
|[TV Jornal] Dia do Fisioterapeuta e Terapeuta Ocupacional
||13 de outubro – Dia do Terapeuta Ocupacional
|13/10 – Dia do terapeuta Ocupacional
||TERAPIA OCUPACIONAL – Programa “Na Real”
Dia do Fisioterapeuta
(Physiotherapist). On 13 October 1969, decree 938/69 came into effect (see above). On this day, There will be special attention for the occupational and physiotherapists at (educational) institutes. There will be no lectures, but the therapists will enjoy a lunch or a churrasco together.
|FISIOTERAPIA – 13 de Outubro: Dia do Fisioterapeuta
||A profissão de fisioterapeuta. Reportagem de Milene Ribeiro, TV Pitágoras.
|A fisioterapia como profissão
||13 de Outubro de 2009 Dia do Fisioterapeuta e 40 Anos da Fisioterapia no Brasil
Dia Nacional do Dinheiro
(Money). The origin of this day is not known, but follows one day after the foundation of the first bank in Brazil: Banco do Brasil, which was founded on 12 October 1808. The arrival of the Portuguese Royal Family also brought a large sum of money to Brazil. In the past century, Brazil changed the national currency various times.
|Papel Moeda – Brasil
||MOEDA BRASILEIRA DO RÉIS AO REAL
Dia Mundial do Escritor e dos Direitos Autorais
(World Author and Copyright Day). A confusing date, since 23 April (since 1996) is the World Book and Copyright Day, introduced by the United Nations. On 25 July is the Brazilian Author Day, and on 29 October the Brazilian Book Day.
Death of poet Manuel Bandeira (1886- 1968)
Manuel Carneiro de Souza Bandeira Filho was born in Rua da Ventura, what is now Joaquim Nabuco (Pernambuco). His father worked for a railway company; therefore his family had to move various times between the states of Pernambuco, Rio de Janeiro, and São Paulo. At young age, TB was diagnosed, and Manuel had to go to Switzerland for treatment. One year later, he published his first verses. Manuel studied architecture and arts in São Paulo. During the twenties of the past century, he regularly published poetry bundles and prose, sometimes financed by himself. His fiftieth birthday was celebrated abundantly, and one year later, he was appointed as a professor. In 1940, he was admitted to the Brazilian Academy of Literature. During the fifties, more works of Manuel were published, which included some translated works of Shakespeare and Cocteau. In the same period he traveled in Europe. Manuel died in 1968.
|Vida e obra de Manuel Bandeira
||Manuel Bandeira 1886 – 1968
|Manuel Bandeira O Poeta do Castelo, 1959 – Joaquim Pedro de Andrade
||Manuel Bandeira, o habitante de Pasárgada (Completo)
|Modernismo x Manuel Bandeira
||Profundamente, Manuel Bandeira
Closure of the dam of the Itaipu hydro-electric power station.
Itaipu, at the border between Paraguay en Brazil and at a stone’s throw of the famous waterfalls of Foz do Iguaçu, was a prestigious project. Until the inauguration of the Three Gorges Dam in China, Itaipu was the largest in the world. A nature park, that was similar to that of Foz do Iguaçu, was sacrificed. Remains of that park are exhibited in the Itaipu ecological center. In 1978, a start was made with the opening of a canal, in order to construct the dam. In 1982, that lake – with a size of 1350 square kilometers – was filled within fourteen days only. In 1984, the hydro-electric power station was inaugurated. At present, the station generates about 90 percent of the Paraguayan and less than 25 percent of the Brazilian energy.
|De sete quedas a usina de Itaipu
||Itaipu – A Força da Amizade
|Itaipu – A Pedra que Canta – Parte 1
||Itaipu – A Pedra que Canta – Parte 2
|O Brasil e suas usinas hidrelétricas
||Energia para Dois Países
Launch of bulk carrier Omnium Pride.
The ‘Omnium Pride’, was the first bulk carrier, constructed in Brazil, by Sermetal. The carrier mainly transported, under the Cypriot flag, rice, until its demolition in 1998.
Ratification of the decree that made an end to the infamous AI-5 on 1 January 1979.
The decree was ratified by President Geisel. AI5 (Ato Institucional Número Cinco) was introduced in 1968, at the time of the military dictatorship. IT was one of the most rigid decrees, which inactivated habeas corpus: anyone could be arrested without the right of defense. In addition, the congress was dissolved. The laws, carried out by senators, congressmen and Councillors, became invalid. Political reunions were banned, and the president was allowed to declare martial law, and censure became more rigid.
|Ato Institucional Número Cinco (AI-5)
||Brasil: Ditadura – O AI-5 e seus efeitos culturais
|Trabalho História – Costa e Silva e o A.I. 5
First issue of ‘Compilador de Minas’
Compilador de Minas was the first newspaper in Minas Gerais. This newspaper did not exist for long, less than two years. Almost all copies are stored in Biblioteca Nacional (National Library) in Rio de Janeiro. (click on the link of ‘Biblioteca Nacional’ for the PDFs)
World title for Brazilian men’s volleyball team.
In Buenos Aires, Brazil beat Russia in the final, which lasted more than two hours: 3-2 ( 23-25, 27-25, 25-20, 23-25, 15-13). It was the first world title for Brazil. Brazil would win two more world titles, in 2006 and in 2010. Twenty years earlier, on 15 October and also in Buenos Aires, Russia beat the Brazilians: 3-0.
FIVB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP VOLLEYBALL 2002
|Brazil – Russia World Championship 2002 Final 3:2
||FINAL MEN’S WCH 2002 BRAZIL 3 X 2 RUSSIA
By Adriano Antoine Robbesom © 2007, 2015
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