Click on a topic or tweeter for more information
Tergiversar (tergiversate) is an odd portuguese word that means "turn your back to ..." or "baloney". Brazil's candidate to presidency Dilma didn't stop saying that word in the last debate. (see #debateband).
Political debate between candidates for presidents of Brazil, which occurs in the TV Band. http://bandnewstv.band.com.br/conteudo.asp?ID=370791.
Trend definitions are still being defined. To get more information, please read a few tweets.
The term (meaning "thousand-faced Serra") was used by Dilma, presidential candidate of Brazil, the debate on television station Band, referring to the alledged lack of coherence in her opponent's acts and speeches.
Charlie's Angels in brazilian portuguese. The movie starring Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu, Cameron Diaz and Demi Moore is on now on brazilian TV.
It means "Tipping point 45". It is the hashtag to express the push for voters on the final sprint for Mr. Jose Serra running as a Brazilian presidential candidate for the second round of 2010 Brazilian Elections which will take place on Oct, 31st/2010.
Erenice Guerra is a former Chief of staff to Brazil's president. She resigned over allegations she was involved in a kickback scheme for public works contracts. Guerra was Rousseff's deputy before Rousseff resigned as Lula's cabinet chief to run for president.
Padroeira is Portugueses female word for Patron Saint. Today is Patron Saint of Brasil. Some Little religions attacks catholic faith using this definition some hours ago.
TV Record is promoting tonight a presidencial debate in Brazil.
Monteiro Lobato was a famous Brazilian writer. Brazilian authorities want to ban the work of the writer Monteiro Lobato.