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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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Rios says he would like to find ways to donate grills to paramedics and police officers in his community, so he's researching places where they may all come together as a group.
Her father, Rios Montt, was convicted in 2013 of genocide and crimes against humanity.
With a relatively well developed agricultural sector, Entre Rios is located in the central eastern region of Argentina.
Brandon Rios (L) takes a punch from Danny Garcia (Steve Marcus / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / AFP)
movement is already garnering support from businesses and media across the country, but Rios hopes it will see even more attention in the months ahead.
A Brooklyn, N.Y., resident, Rios finished with five total medals--winning individual gold in the men's IF7 shot put with a 9.59-meter (31.46-foot) throw and team gold in wheelchair basketball, as well as earning silver in the men's IF7 discus (22.42 meters, or 73.56 feet) and in the men's ISA 50-meter breaststroke (1 minute, 12.97 seconds) and 50-meter backstroke (1:33.90) in swimming.
"I have decided to spend the last stage of my career as a professor in the college, working with students via teaching and advising, engaged scholarship and community service," Rios said in a statement.
Rios, 35, was a staff Sergeant in the Arizona Army National Guard, KPNX reported.
Authors Banks, Rios, and Insua present students, academics, researchers, and professionals working in a wide variety of contexts with an examination of the construction of Baysian models for the strategic analysis of rival or oppositional forces.
WORCESTER -- Brendan Rios had the best seat in the house, but it wasn't the one he wanted.
Efrain Rios Montt was found guilty May 10, 2013, and sentenced to 80 years in prison, only to have the decision thrown out days later.