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Old October 6th, 2012, 09:08 PM   #1201
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Old October 6th, 2012, 09:15 PM   #1203
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Old October 7th, 2012, 02:07 AM   #1204
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Old October 7th, 2012, 03:56 PM   #1205
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Old October 8th, 2012, 03:07 AM   #1206
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Old October 8th, 2012, 03:10 AM   #1207
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Old October 8th, 2012, 05:02 PM   #1208
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Prometido há pelo menos dez anos, o Rodoanel de Belo Horizonte poderá começar a sair do papel a partir do anúncio feito ontem pela presidente Dilma Rousseff de que a União vai injetar cerca de R$ 500 milhões na construção da alça Sul, com 35 km de extensão, e que irá ligar a BR-381, em Betim, na região metropolitana, até a BR-040, na capital. Além dos dois municípios, a via vai cortar a área de Ibirité.

Para as alças Norte e Leste, foram anunciadas apenas intenções, sem a divulgação de valores ou prazos. O governo federal propôs ao governo do Estado a execução do trecho Norte - com 67,5 km ligando dois pontos da BR-381, em Betim e Sabará e passando por outras seis cidades. Minas deve realizar a obra por meio de uma Parceria Público-Privada (PPP). O assunto será discutido entre Dilma e o governador Antonio Anastasia na próxima sexta-feira.

Para a alça Leste - que deve partir da BR-040 e chegar até a BR-262 ou a BR-381, atravessando os municípios de Nova Lima, Rio Acima, Caeté e Sabará -, a Prefeitura de Belo Horizonte (PBH) poderá se responsabilizar pelo projeto executivo, com financiamento do governo federal.

A PBH tem um projeto básico do traçado da alça Leste, que foi entregue ontem ao Dnit. Procurada pela reportagem, a prefeitura não soube informar detalhes do documento.

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Old October 8th, 2012, 05:07 PM   #1209
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What does "anel" mean? Is it the same as "anillo" in Mexico?
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Old October 8th, 2012, 05:14 PM   #1210
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What does "anel" mean? Is it the same as "anillo" in Mexico?
Yes.

Anel literally means Ring in portuguese.

In this context it means "Circle".
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Old October 8th, 2012, 06:00 PM   #1211
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What's the small "anel rodoviário" near what I guess is the center of the city?

Also, towards the end of the second paragraph - I tried to read it :-) - they call the President "Dilma." Isn't that a bit informal?
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Old October 8th, 2012, 06:27 PM   #1212
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The old "anel rodoviário" is an expressway built in the 50's to link the highways at that time; today, it is heavily urbanized and lacks capacity. That's why a bigger expressway, "rodoanel", was proposed, in the border of the urbanized area.
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Also, towards the end of the second paragraph - I tried to read it :-) - they call the President "Dilma." Isn't that a bit informal?
It says: presidente Dilma Rousseff

This way of calling presidents is not uncommon in Europe as well. Everyone knows them as Angela Merkel, Vladimir Putin, Nicolas Sarkozy, Mariano Rajoy, Mark Rutte, Klaus Tschütscher ( ) etcetera, not just by their last name.
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Towards the end of the second paragraph it just says "the issue will be discussed by Dilma and the governor...." (Thank God for cognates!)

I assume this is a newspaper article (or the on-line equivalent)? I work in a marketing department where we follow journalistic standards (specifically "Associated Press style") for our own writing, and not in a million years would we call any elected official by his or her first name without the last name.

I'm not trying to make an issue here; it just struck me. And it's off topic anyway. But who's Klaus Tschütscher?
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Towards the end of the second paragraph it just says "the issue will be discussed by Dilma and the governor...." (Thank God for cognates!)

I assume this is a newspaper article (or the on-line equivalent)? I work in a marketing department where we follow journalistic standards (specifically "Associated Press style") for our own writing, and not in a million years would we call any elected official by his or her first name without the last name.

I'm not trying to make an issue here; it just struck me. And it's off topic anyway. But who's Klaus Tschütscher?


This is newspaper article. But in Brazil is common called everyone by his or her first name.

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Klaus Tschütscher (born 8 July 1967) is a politician of the Principality of Liechtenstein. He is Head of Government of Liechtenstein as Prime Minister
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and not in a million years would we call any elected official by his or her first name without the last name.
Why? Are they better than everyone else and can't be called by the their first name like regular people?
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Read my whole post: in writing like a newspaper article, we wouldn't say "Barack met with Vladimir today." And that's true whether "Barack" is President of the United States or a "regular person."

If Brazilian custom is to call everyone by their first names, fine. It struck me as strange because I didn't know that and it would be extremely strange (rude, actually) here. I meant no offense.
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Semi-OFF: If you watch football (I mean soccer, not NFL) you will see that European and North American palyers usually have their family names on the jersey's back side while many Spanish, Portugues and South American players have the first name or some nick name. There's a Brazilian player in Real Madrid, called Marcelo. Believe me, no more than 1% of the fans know what is his family name (Marcelo Vieira da Silva). And it's only one example :-)
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