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RiO

Proprietary patient care record software developed by CSE Servelec, which was meant to be deployed by British Telecom to mental health trusts and primary care trusts (PCTs) in London.
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His biggest run came with a little more than three minutes remaining with Rio Mesa (2-0) facing third-and-5 from its own 9-yard line and clinging to a 17-13 lead.
Her vision of change has helped Rio Rancho mature into one of New Mexico's top five, 5,000-plus student districts in both English and math achievement last school year.
Program specialists then attempt to match ex-offenders with available positions and make calls to appropriate employers within the network of 12,000 companies that already have hired RIO participants.
Any reader seeking an introduction to the intellectual-historical complexities of such questions will discover in Del Rio a charming guide, ably assisted by Maxwell-Stuart.
The Guggenheim Foundation is in fact considering an outpost in Brazil's northeastern region--Recife and Salvador have been named--but this would be in addition to, not in place of, a Rio branch.
The first responses to these priorities were a sort of 'design fever' -- suddenly Rio was awash with fancy benches, street signs, sidewalks, obelisks (
Though Diamond Multimedia touts the Rio as having "CD-quality sound," that's not quite accurate.
When shown object C first, Rio correctly chose object B on 11 of 12 trials.
If Rio Vista's Appeal is successful, Rio Vista expects that the continued stay of delisting will be contingent on Rio Vista's ability to regain compliance in connection with the Initial Delinquent Filing, the June 2009 Delinquent Filing and the September Delinquent Filing in accordance with the terms prescribed by the Hearing Panel.
We needed this win to make everything worthwhile,'' said Robert McCowan, who led Rio Mesa with 121 yards rushing and a touchdown on 11 carries.
Hotel occupation has fallen 15% compared to a year ago, while Embratur, Brazil's Tourism Agency, reports only 29% of foreigners traveling to Brazil visited Rio in 2001, compared to 41% a decade ago.
Rio Branco's boxers are metaphorical warriors, actors in the drama of incarnation.