Rocio

Rocio

(rō′syō) [Brazilian Portuguese]
A mosquito-borne viral encephalitis found in Brazil.
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He murdered Rocio on Thursday night at the church in an affluent part of Madrid called Ciudad Lineal.
Alonzo's pregnant girlfriend, Rocio Calliz, 20, was also in the car but survived shots to her leg and abdomen.
Speaking for the first time, she told how she had been haunted for the past four years by her husband's suspicious disappearance on the night 19-year-old Rocio Wanninkhof was murdered in 1999.
BOSTON -- BOSTON, May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is a statement of Rocio Saenz Deputy Trustee, SEIU Local 254 Boston's Building Service Union:
But while the woman who took the picture, Rocio Abad, died, Gonzalo Canedo and the girl had a miraculous escape.
The office's operations team is headed by Rocio Harb and Marcela Hallman.
Cleaner Rocio Guerra had fled to a packed shelter with overflowing toilets.
Rocio Calliz, 20, and her unborn baby are expected to recover, police said.
Cecilia wept as she recalled the moment she realised King could be the killer of Rocio and Sonia, whose bodies were left naked from the waist down.
BOSTON -- BOSTON, May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is a statement by Rocio Saenz, Deputy Trustee, SEIU Local 254, on the death of SEIU Building Service members at 2 Center Plaza:
Effective September 24th, 2004 Intrepid began an exploratory, 2,000 metre reverse-circulation ("RC") drill program to the southeast of the current Kamila resource along the Rocio de Oro Corridor (see press release 04-15 dated June 24th, 2004).
Yesterday Guillermo Wanninkhof, whose 19-year-old daughter Rocio was murdered by sex killer Tony King in 1999 offered his help to the family.