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Machado is a surname of Portuguese and Spanish origin meaning the word "axe" or "hatchet" dating back to approximately 2nd century Europe. It is commonly

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Machado Family Coat of Arms (Portuguese)

Machado is a surname of Portuguese and Spanish origin meaning the word "axe" or "hatchet" dating back to approximately 2nd century Europe. It is commonly found in Portugal, Spain, Brazil, Latin America, and India (southern Tamil Nadu) due to the Portuguese and Spanish colonization during the age of discovery. It can also be found in Macao, China and several former Portuguese territories in Africa. Machado[1] meaning axe. In Aramaic Makkaba and Modern Hebrew Makebet – also spelled Machabees – it is the surname of Judas Machabee, that was later extended to all the descendants of Matityahu ben Yoḥanan HaKohen, head of the Hasmonean family, who had five sons. Jewish Encyclopedia reveals faithfully five hammers hatchets[2] for this Coat of Arm family’s surname. The surname may be associated with Jewish background as listed in Archivio di Stato di Genova, Comunità Israelitica di Genova.[3] (State Arquives of Genova – Israelite Community of Genova). Jews are attested in Genova since Roman times. Two letters written in the years 507 and 511 by Theodoric, the Ostrogothian king, speak about "jura veterum" (old rights) of the Jews and the right to "rebuild" the roof of the synagogue given to the Jews of Genova. This surname is one of the most frequent found in documents from Genova’s Synagogue (Italy).The Machados in India were populated after the conversion of Paravar race of Tuticorin (District of Tamil Nadu in India) to Catholicism by the Portuguese in the year 1532, a few years after they began trading in India.

The word machado means axe in Portuguese.

Notable people with the surname include:

  • Alicia Machado, Venezuelan Miss Universe
  • Anderson Machado, United States baseball player
  • Antonio Machado, Spanish poet
  • Bernardino Machado, Portuguese statesman
  • Carmen Maria Machado, American writer
  • Celso Machado, Brazilian musician and composer
  • China Machado, fashion model, editor, television producer
  • Cristian Machado, Brazilian heavy metal singer
  • Djair Baptista Machado, Brazilian footballer
  • Félix Machado, Venezuelan boxer
  • Gerardo Machado, Cuban independence hero and politician
  • Gustavo Machado, Venezuelan politician
  • Honorio Machado, Venezuelan racing cyclist
  • Israel Machado, Brazilian basketball player
  • Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis, Brazilian writer
  • J. P. Machado, American football player
  • Julio Machado, Venezuelan baseball player
  • Justina Machado, United States actress
  • Leandro Machado, Brazilian footballer
  • Leandro Ruiz Machado, Brazilian water polo player
  • Luis Alberto Machado, Venezuelan Minister of Intelligence
  • Manny Machado, United States baseball player
  • Manuel Machado, Spanish writer
  • Marcelo Machado, Brazilian basketball player
  • María Corina Machado, Venezuelan politician
  • Octávio Machado, Portuguese footballer and coach
  • Paulo Machado, Portuguese footballer
  • Priscila Machado, Miss Brazil 2011
  • Rob Machado, United States surfer
  • Robert Machado, Venezuelan baseball player
  • Rod Machado, United States pilot
  • Rui Machado, Portuguese tennis player
  • Teresa Machado, Portuguese Olympic athlete
  • Tiago Machado, Portuguese road racing cyclist
  • Tina Machado, American businesswoman and Miss Hawaii USA 1985
  • Mateus Machado, Canadian Call Centre Legend
  • Clive Machado, Indian Application Engineer won a Nobel thanks in 2017 from the boss.
  • The Machado brothers, Brazilian jiu-jitsu teachers and competitors
    • Rigan Machado
    • Carlos Machado
    • Jean Jacques Machado
  • Joaquim Germano Pinto Machado Correia da Silva, Portuguese Governor of Macau
See also
  • Machado, Minas Gerais, a city in Brazil
  • Machado, California, a former town in California
  1. ^ Dictionary – "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-02-16. Retrieved 2012-03-19. 
  2. ^ "COAT OF ARMS –". 
  3. ^ "Genova (Genoa) Jewish Genealogy: censuses of 17th and 18th centuries – Births,Matrimonies, Deaths, Registers of proprerty". 
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Her Body and Other Parties: Stories
Her Body and Other Parties: Stories
Finalist for the National Book Award for Fiction“[These stories] vibrate with originality, queerness, sensuality and the strange.”―Roxane Gay“In these formally brilliant and emotionally charged tales, Machado gives literal shape to women’s memories and hunger and desire. I couldn’t put it down.”―Karen RussellIn Her Body and Other Parties, Carmen Maria Machado blithely demolishes the arbitrary borders between psychological realism and science fiction, comedy and horror, fantasy and fabulism. While her work has earned her comparisons to Karen Russell and Kelly Link, she has a voice that is all her own. In this electric and provocative debut, Machado bends genre to shape startling narratives that map the realities of women’s lives and the violence visited upon their bodies.A wife refuses her husband’s entreaties to remove the green ribbon from around her neck. A woman recounts her sexual encounters as a plague slowly consumes humanity. A salesclerk in a mall makes a horrifying discovery within the seams of the store’s prom dresses. One woman’s surgery-induced weight loss results in an unwanted houseguest. And in the bravura novella “Especially Heinous,” Machado reimagines every episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, a show we naïvely assumed had shown it all, generating a phantasmagoric police procedural full of doppelgängers, ghosts, and girls with bells for eyes.Earthy and otherworldly, antic and sexy, queer and caustic, comic and deadly serious, Her Body and Other Parties swings from horrific violence to the most exquisite sentiment. In their explosive originality, these stories enlarge the possibilities of contemporary fiction.

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The Collected Stories of Machado de Assis
The Collected Stories of Machado de Assis
New York Times Critics’ Best of the YearA landmark event, the complete stories of Machado de Assis finally appear in English for the first time in this extraordinary new translation.Widely acclaimed as the progenitor of twentieth-century Latin American fiction, Machado de Assis (1839–1908)―the son of a mulatto father and a washerwoman, and the grandson of freed slaves―was hailed in his lifetime as Brazil’s greatest writer. His prodigious output of novels, plays, and stories rivaled contemporaries like Chekhov, Flaubert, and Maupassant, but, shockingly, he was barely translated into English until 1963 and still lacks proper recognition today. Drawn to the master’s psychologically probing tales of fin-de-siecle Rio de Janeiro, a world populated with dissolute plutocrats, grasping parvenus, and struggling spinsters, acclaimed translators Margaret Jull Costa and Robin Patterson have now combined Machado’s seven short-story collections into one volume, featuring seventy-six stories, a dozen appearing in English for the first time.Born in the outskirts of Rio, Machado displayed a precocious interest in books and languages and, despite his impoverished background, miraculously became a well-known intellectual figure in Brazil’s capital by his early twenties. His daring narrative techniques and coolly ironic voice resemble those of Thomas Hardy and Henry James, but more than either of these writers, Machado engages in an open playfulness with his reader―as when his narrator toys with readers’ expectations of what makes a female heroine in “Miss Dollar,” or questions the sincerity of a slave’s concern for his dying master in “The Tale of the Cabriolet.”Predominantly set in the late nineteenth-century aspiring world of Rio de Janeiro―a city in the midst of an intense transformation from colonial backwater to imperial metropolis―the postcolonial realism of Machado’s stories anticipates a dominant theme of twentieth-century literature. Readers witness the bourgeoisie of Rio both at play, and, occasionally, attempting to be serious, as depicted by the chief character of “The Alienist,” who makes naively grandiose claims for his Brazilian hometown at the expense of the cultural capitals of Europe. Signifiers of new wealth and social status abound through the landmarks that populate Machado’s stories, enlivening a world in the throes of transformation: from the elegant gardens of Passeio Público and the vibrant Rua do Ouvidor―the long, narrow street of fashionable shops, theaters and cafés, “the Via Dolorosa of long-suffering husbands”―to the port areas of Saúde and Gamboa, and the former Valongo slave market.One of the greatest masters of the twentieth century, Machado reveals himself to be an obsessive collector of other people’s lives, who writes: “There are no mysteries for an author who can scrutinize every nook and cranny of the human heart.” Now, The Collected Stories of Machado de Assis brings together, for the first time in English, all of the stories contained in the seven collections published in his lifetime, from 1870 to 1906. A landmark literary event, this majestic translation reintroduces a literary giant who must finally be integrated into the world literary canon. 6 illustratoins; Map

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Border of a Dream: Selected Poems of Antonio Machado (Spanish and English Edition)
Border of a Dream: Selected Poems of Antonio Machado (Spanish and English Edition)
Antonio Machado (1875–1939) is Spain’s master poet, the explorer of dream and landscape, and of consciousness below language. Widely regarded as the greatest twentieth century poet who wrote in Spanish, Machado—like his contemporary Rilke—is intensely introspective and meditative. In this collection, the unparalleled translator Willis Barnstone, returns to the poet with whom he first started his distinguished career, offering a new bilingual edition which provides a sweeping assessment of Machado’s work. In addition, Border of a Dream includes a reminiscence by Nobel Laureate Juan Ramón Jiménez and a foreword by John Dos Passos.from "Proverbs and Songs"Absolute faith. We neither are nor will be.Our whole life is borrowedWe brought nothing. With nothing we leave.*You say nothing is created?Don’t worry. With clayof the earth make a cupso your brother can drink.Born near Seville, Spain, Antonio Machado turned to a career in writing and translating in order to help support his family after the death of his father in 1893. His growing reputation as a poet led to teaching posts in various cities in Spain and, eventually, he returned to finish his degree from the University of Madrid in 1918. He remained in Madrid after the outbreak of civil war, committed to the Republican cause, but the violence finally forced him to flee. He died an exile in France.Willis Barnstone is one of America’s foremost translator-poets, bringing into English an extraordinary range of work, from Mao Tse-tung to the New Testament.

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Rod Machado's Private Pilot Handbook: The Ultimate Private Pilot Book
Rod Machado's Private Pilot Handbook: The Ultimate Private Pilot Book
This book is pre-owned but looks new except for some very minor shelf wear.

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Belinda (Spanish Edition)
Belinda (Spanish Edition)
Un asustado y recién electo presidente de transición, regresa a su país después de un breve viaje oficial a Nueva York. Sus temores son fundados: sus asesores le han advertido sobre el riesgo de un inminente atentado terrorista en el aeropuerto; pero el mandatario decide correr el riesgo, pues ha sido criticado de indeciso y cobarde por sus opositores y teme que cambiar el destino del avión presidencial, podría aumentar esa fama. En la aeronave viajan, además de la tripulación y de otras personas, el presidente Méndez, su jefe de seguridad, el jefe de la casa militar y sus respectivas esposas…Otra de las pasajeras es una bellísima y sensual mujer, que despierta los deseos de los hombres y el odio de las damas.El detective Pablo Morles, quien siempre se ha mantenido al margen de la política, se ve involucrado en la investigación sobre el cruento atentado y maneja el caso con su típico desenfado e irreverencia.

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Obras Completas de Machado de Assis I: Romances Completos (Edição Definitiva) (Portuguese Edition)
Obras Completas de Machado de Assis I: Romances Completos (Edição Definitiva) (Portuguese Edition)
Todos os romances de Machado de Assis organizados em um só volume. O leitor encontrará as seguintes obras: "Ressurreição" (1872), "A Mão e a Luva" (1874), "Helena" (1876), "Iaiá Garcia" (1878), "Memórias Póstumas de Brás Cubas" (1881), "Casa Velha" (1885), "Quincas Borba" (1891), "Dom Casmurro" (1899), "Esaú e Jacó" (1904) e "Memorial de Aires" (1908).---Confira todos os volumes da série:Obras Completas de Machado de Assis I: Todos os RomancesObras Completas de Machado de Assis II: Coletâneas de ContosObras Completas de Machado de Assis III: Teatro CompletoObras Completas de Machado de Assis IV: Poesia CompletaObras Completas de Machado de Assis V: Crítica CompletaObras Completas de Machado de Assis VI: Crônica CompletaObras Completas de Machado de Assis VII: Histórias de Folhetim 1 (1858-1876)Obras Completas de Machado de Assis VIII: Histórias de Folhetim 2 (1877-1906)Obras Completas de Machado de Assis IX: Cartas

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Rod Machado's Private Pilot Handbook-3rd Edition-2018
Rod Machado's Private Pilot Handbook-3rd Edition-2018
Rod Machados Private Pilot Handbook Third Edition. Updated for 2018, meets all new test standards! Flying is fun, and with Rod Machados Private Pilot Handbook, learning about flying is now fun, as well. If you want to learn to fly, or even just learn about what makes a plane fly, youll find this lavishly illustrated, fast-paced book to be the best available guide. Written in a clear and witty style, the Private Pilot Handbooks contains more than 1,200 illustrations and photos that are a standalone education about why we can fly. Studying for your private pilot oral and knowledge exams? Everything you need is in this book. Its not just a beginners bookits a comprehensive and useful reference resource for private and even professional pilots. As one flight student said, This handbook explains why things are the way they are, in a way thats easy to understand. I learned lots of things in Rods book that I had not read ANYWHERE else, despite years of reading aviation literature. Rod has been teaching people how to fly airplanes since 1973. His highly acclaimed teaching methods have established him as one of aviations most respected teachers. Using analogies, memory aids, clear and detailed graphics and a little humor, Rod reduces the complexity of all aviation subjects (aerodynamics, meteorology, navigation, airspace, etc.) to a level that even the non-technical person can easily understand. Simply stated, Rod Machado makes learning about flying a fun and enjoyable experience. This 657 page, one-stop handbook contains: Easy-to-understand analogies and examples for technical subjects such as engines, aerodynamics, flight instruments and the airplanes electrical system. Weather codes: METAR and TAF, and Internet weather technology. Latest information on weather charts: Graphical Forecasts for Aviation Water model of electricity allows quick learning and understanding of the airplanes electrical system. Alphabet airspace made E-Z with 3-D color il

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Early Childhood Experiences in Language Arts: Early Literacy
Early Childhood Experiences in Language Arts: Early Literacy
EARLY CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCE IN LANGUAGE ARTS: EARLY LITERACY, Eleventh Edition responds to national legislation, professional standards, and public concern about the development of young children's language and foundational literacy skills by providing current research-based instructional strategies in early language development. Activities throughout emphasize the relationship between listening, speaking, reading, writing (print), and viewing in language arts areas. This book addresses the cultural and ethnic diversity of children and provides techniques and tips for adapting curricula. Theory is followed by how-to suggestions and plentiful examples of classic books and stories, poems, finger plays, flannel board and alphabet experiences, puppetry, language games, drama, and phonemic and phonetic awareness activities. Readers will also learn how, as teachers, they can best interact with children to promote appropriate language development, and how they can create a print-rich environment in the early childhood classroom.

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