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උපාධි Admission as an undergraduate student in most top public or private universities in Brazil requires that the applicant pass a competitive entrance examination known as Vestibular. Contrary to what happens in the United States, candidates must declare their intended university major when they register for the Vestibular. Although it is theoretically possible to switch majors afterwards (in a process known within the universities as "transferência interna"), that is actually quite rare in Brazil. Undergraduate curricula tend to be more rigid than in the United States and there is little room to take classes outside one's major.
කේෂ විද්‍යාව The International Association of Trichologists (IAT), a non-profit corporation, offers a course developed at the University of Southern California in 1974, and trains most students from several countries. IAT presently has students in Australia, Botswana, Brazil, China, India, Japan, Kenya, Mauritius, New Zealand, Nigeria, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and the West Indies. The IAT course is also offered in India at the Mumbai Educational Trust (MET). Both the IAT and MET offer special condensed courses for medical doctors. Clinical training is offered in Australia, America, Brazil, Latvia and India.
ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ සම්ප්‍රදායික සහල් 1. අලෝහමය මුලද්‍රව්‍යන් (Selenium) - සහල් කෝප්පයක 27.3% ක දෛනික අගයක් වූ අලෝහමය මුල දව්‍ය වල ඇති වැදගත් සාධකයක් වන ඛනිජ වලින් සමහර පිළිකා සෛල, හෘද රෝග, දැවිල්ල අැතිකරන සාධකයන්, රක්තවාතාකාර, සන්ධි ඉදිමීම යනාදීය අඩු කිරීමේ ප්‍රබල හැකියාවක් ඇති බව දැන ගැනීමට ලැබේ. Brazil Nuts, Sunflower Seed, කෙලවල්ලා, halibut (මත්ස්‍ය වර්ගයක්), සාඩින්, flounder (මත්ස්‍ය වර්ගයක්), salmon (සැමන් මාලු වර්ගයක්) , මස් (ගවමස්, පීකුදු, බැටළු පැටියන්ගේ මස්, ඌරුමස්), තිරිඟු ඇට, බාර්ලි, oats (ධාන්‍ය වර්ගයක්) අලෝහමය මුලද්‍රව්‍යන් වලින් හෙබි අාහාර සඳහා උදාහරණ වේ.
රබර් සෙරෙප්පු Flip-flops are also known as jandals in නවසීලන්තය, chappal, Hawaii chappal, Qainchi (scissor-like) chappals in India and Pakistan, thongs in ඕස්ට්‍රේලියාව and Canada, slip-slops (or just slops) in South Africa, go-aheads in the South Pacific, ojotas or chancletas in ස්පාඤ්ඤය, chancletas o sandalias in Mexico, Central America and South America, japanke (lit. Japanese) in Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro and chinelos in Brazil, kafkafim in Israel. In Hawaii and several other places around the world, they may be called "slippers".
රබර් සෙරෙප්පු Flip-flops are a very basic type of footwear. They are essentially a thin rubber sole with two simple straps running in a Y shape from the sides of the foot to the join between the big toe and next toe. Some include a strap along the back heel. The popular use of flip-flops as simple warm climate beach or outdoor wear has spread through much of the world, although it is most common in India (where it is immensely popular and called a "Hawaii chappal"), ඕස්ට්‍රේලියාව, නවසීලන්තය, USA, Brazil, the Pacific Islands, and අග්නිදිග ආසියාව.
උපාධි Master's titles in Brazil normally include an explicit reference to the field of study in which they were awarded, e.g. one graduates with a degree of "Mestre em Engenharia" (Master of Engineering), "Mestre em Economia" (Master of Economics), and so on. The generic title "Mestre em Ciências" (Master of Sciences) is used sometimes though, especially in the natural sciences (physics, biology, chemistry, etc.). The word "profissional" is normally added to the title to distinguish it from an academic master's degree, e.g. "Mestre Profissional em Engenharia Aeronáutica" (Professional Master in Aeronautical Engineering).
කජු කජු ගස් විශාල හා සදාහරිත ශාක වන අතර කෙටි, බොහෝ විට අක්‍රමවත් හැඩැති කඳ සමග, මීටර් 14 (අඩි 46) පමණ උස දක්වා වර්ධනය වේ. පත්‍ර සුමට මායිම් සහිතව එකිනෙකට ප්‍රතිවිරුද්ධ ලෙස සර්පිලාකාරව සංවිධානය වී ඇති අතර, චර්මල වියමනක් සහිත, ප්‍රත්‍යණ්ඩාකාර කිරීමට ඉලිප්සාකාරයේ, සෙ.මී.4-22 ( අඟල් 1.6–8.7) පමණ දීර්ඝ හා සෙ.මී. 2-15 (අඟල් 0.79–5.91) පමණ පුළුල් වේ. පුෂ්ප සංයුක්ත ඒකාක්ෂ හෝ සමතලය ලෙස සෙ.මී. 26 (අඟල් 10) දක්වා දීර්ඝ වේ. පුෂ්පයක් ප්‍රමාණයෙන් කුඩා වන අතර මුලදී ලා කොළ පැහැ වේ. පසුව ක්‍රමයෙන් රතු පැහැයට හැරෙන පුෂ්ප සිහින්, සියුම් මි.මි. 7-15 ( අඟල් 0.28-0.59) පමණ දිග පෙති පහකින් සමන්විත වේ.  ලෝකයේ විශාලතම කජු ගස වර්ග මීටර 7,500 (වර්ග අඩි 81,000) පමණ ප්‍රදේශයක් ආවරණය කරයි; එය බ්‍රසීලයේ නටාල්, රියෝ ග්‍රාන්ඩේ නොර්ටේ ( Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil) හි පිහිටා ඇත.
උපාධි "Bacharel" degrees are awarded in most fields of study in the arts, humanities, social sciences, mathematics, or natural sciences and normally take four years to complete (some degrees, as in Law, require an extra fifth year to be obtained). Professional degrees are awarded in state-regulated professions such as architecture, engineering, psychology, pharmacy, dental medicine, veterinary medicine, or human medicine and are named after the profession itself, i.e. one graduates with a degree of "Engenheiro" (engineer), "Arquiteto" (architect), or "Médico" (physician/surgeon) for example. Professional degrees are generally regarded as being of higher social standing than a "Bacharel" degree and are considered more academically demanding. A typical course of study leading to a first professional degree in Brazil normally takes five years of full-time study to complete, with the exception of the human medicine course which requires six years.
උපාධි Individuals who hold either a "Bacharel" degree, a professional diploma or Licenciatura are eligible for admission into graduate courses leading to advanced master's or doctor's degrees. Criteria for admission into master's and doctor's programs vary in Brazil. Some universities require that candidates take entrance exams; others make admission decisions based solely on undergraduate transcripts, letters of recommendation, and possibly oral interviews. In most cases however, especially for the doctorate, the candidate is required to submit a research plan and one faculty member must agree to serve as his/her supervisor before the candidate can be admitted into the program; The exception are the Natural Sciences post-graduate programs, that accepts students with very broad and/or vague research prospects (sometimes the prospect is given "in promptu" during the interview), preferring to let the students define their study program and advisor in the course of the first year of studies.
සැපදිල්ලා Sapodilla is known as "chikoo" ("चिक्कू" or "chiku," "चीकू,") and "sapota" in India, "sofeda " in eastern India and Bangladesh, "sawo" in ඉන්දුනීසියාව, "hồng xiêm" (lit. "Siamese persimmon") or "xa pô chê" in Vietnam, "lamoot" (ละมุด) in Thailand and Cambodia, sapodilla in Guyana sapathilla or "rata-mi" in Sri Lanka, "níspero" in Colombia, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Dominican Republic and Venezuela, "nípero" in Cuba, Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic, dilly in The Bahamas, naseberry in the rest of the Caribbean, "sapoti" in Brazil, and "chico sapote" in Hawaii, southern California and southern Florida. In Kelantanese Malay, the fruit is called "sawo nilo" which is closer to the original name than the standard Malay "ciku". In Chinese, the name translates roughly to "ginseng fruit" (人參果), though this is also the name used for the pepino, an unrelated fruit.