In Brazil, a law was passed this year to allow the children of a father who has been in the business of farming for 40 years to enter an agricultural engineering program at the same time he starts a new job.
This law has been dubbed the “three sisters” law because three sisters are all farmers.
The first sister is the farmer’s daughter.
The second sister is a chemical engineer.
And the third sister is an engineer.
According to The New York Times, the law was adopted by the Brazilian Congress and was passed by the Senate this year.
So now, in this country, if a man wants to start his new job, he can do it without having to worry about a lawyer’s fee or even his wife.
The third sister in Brazil is the engineer’s daughter, but she’s not the only one who can become an agricultural engineer.
Here are some things to know about this law: It is not clear how many students the law will enable, but it will allow them to enter a program as early as age 18, at which point they will be required to go through the agrochemistry course.
So this is a very important step.
There are also a lot of scholarships available to the program students.
The law also allows the father to deduct up to $500 from his monthly income.
The father has to pay his wife’s salary for the entire term.
In the case of the youngest students, they are entitled to $200 per semester, while in the case, the eldest students, the father is required to pay $200 for the whole term.
According the Ministry of Education, the students must pass the program and complete the course within three years.
The new law is part of a series of initiatives that Brazil is going through to expand the number of farmers.
Among the initiatives is the “mothers’ law,” which will provide incentives for mothers to have their children educated in the fields and for fathers to have them teach them in the workplace.
The mother’s law will also provide an education for young mothers to ensure their children will have a better future.
“We want to create a society where women are not afraid to work, where they can take care of their families and where they don’t have to worry that they won’t be able to afford to feed their families,” said President Dilma Rousseff in a statement.
The president also announced that there would be more opportunities for young women to work in the agricultural industry.
Another initiative is the creation of a “mother’s training center” in the state of Para, which is located in the northern part of the country.
According for the government, the program will provide a training for mothers in agriculture and agricultural science.
And finally, the state is planning to expand its network of “agriculture training centers” to the rest of the Brazilian state.
These centers will train young women in agroecology and in agriculture science, as well as other fields such as manufacturing and the law.
According To The New Zealand Herald, the mother’s training centers will cost the state $4.5 million.
The project was announced last year and is expected to be completed by the end of 2020.
The mother’s center is part and parcel of a plan to “enhance and extend the social mobility of women” and “ensure their access to employment opportunities,” said Brazilian President Dilmine Rousseff.