Canè

Canè may refer to:

  • Jarbas Faustinho, Brazilian footballer
  • Paolo Canè, Italian tennis player
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Sylvos - Components of A Grapevine
... Cordons are trained in either a unilateral (one arm) or bilateral (two arms) fashion with the latter resembling the letter "T" ... The cordons of grapevines are most commonly trained horizontally along wires such as Lyre and Scott Henry system ...
Luiz Cané - Mixed Martial Arts Career - Ultimate Fighting Championship
... Cane later defeated Jason Lambert via first round TKO at UFC 85 in England ... Cane won his second straight fight over Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou on October 18, 2008, at UFC 89 via TKO in the second round ...
Candy Cane Lane, Duboistown - Fiftieth Anniversary
... The 200 block of Summer Street has only thirteen houses on it five on the west side and eight on the east ... All of these house are heavily decorated for the holidays with lights and figures ...
School Corporal Punishment - Country By Country - United Kingdom
... The implement used in many state and private schools in England and Wales was a flexible rattan cane, applied either to the student's hands or (especially in the case of teenage boys) to the seat of the trousers ... Slippering was widely used as a less formal alternative ...
Plants Used As Sustainable Biofuel - Sugarcane in Brazil
... Brazil sugarcane ethanol fuel program success and sustainability is based on the most efficient agricultural technology for sugarcane cultivation in the world, uses modern equipment and cheap sugar cane as feedstock, the residual cane-waste (bagasse) is used to process heat and power, which results in a very competitive price and also in a high energy balance (output energy/input energy), which varies from 8.3 for average conditions to 10.2 for best practice production ... A report commissioned by the United Nations, based on a detailed review of published research up to mid-2009 as well as the input of independent experts world-wide, found that ethanol from sugar cane as produced in Brazil "in some circumstances does better than just “zero emission” ...