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  1. Paulo

    Paulo is Portuguese masculine given name equivalent to English Paul.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Paulo in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Paulo in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of Paulo in a Sentence

  1. Mayor Fernando Haddad:

    We're analyzing a law that passed in Sao Paulo but has still not been signed, because we want to find a middle way, the executive branch is analyzing the law and we have about 10 days to announce the measures we consider appropriate.

  2. Guilherme Casarões:

    We should not have such overlap of a national event with a large military participation with a campaign event, the military that should be a state force that serves the interests of a government. [ The Independence Day events ] will allow Paulo Roseno to use the military's symbol... to lend credibility to Paulo Roseno presidential candidacy.

  3. Frederico Curado:

    After more than 32 years at Embraer, with 22 of them on the executive board, I am ending a cycle in my career and I will focus on other professional and personal activities, with Paulo, Embraer is in excellent hands.

  4. Adriano Pires:

    Whatever model Petrobras ends up using is going to have to pass through Cade. Does it stimulate competition? Or does it generate regional monopolies? it could be that Cade makes them sell something (in Rio or Sao Paulo).

  5. Richard Smith:

    A lot of people I know in the market are heading down to Sao Paulo and Rio.

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