Rio

Rio or Río, the Portuguese and Spanish words for river, may refer to:

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Duque De Caxias - Heritage
... former Port of Pilar was an important center for landing when the emperor was the center of Rio de Janeiro by the Guanabara Bay and sailed for the tributary of the Rio Iguaçu, until the Rio Pilar, where ... Monteiro, in 1591, initiating the process of colonization of the Vale do Rio Iguaçu ...
Rio Natsuki
... Rio Natsuki (夏樹 リオ, Natsuki Rio?, born March 5, 1969 in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese voice actress ...
Uruana - Location
... See Seplan Uruana has boundaries with North Carmo do Rio Verde South Itaberaí and Itaguaru East Rianápolis and Jaraguá West Heitoraí and Itapuranga Uruana is located on the east bank of the Rio Uru ... Uruana and Itapuranga and Carmo do Rio Verde ...
Brazilian Institute Of Geography And Statistics
... founder and chief proponent was the statistician Mário Augusto Teixeira de Freitas ... The IBGE's headquarters is located in city of Rio de Janeiro which is in the state of Rio de Janeiro ...
2007–08 Taça De Portugal - Third Round
... Mondinense 2-2 Pontassolense União Micaelense 0-1 Valdevez Sátão 1-2 Operário Nelas 2-0 Valecambrense União da Serra 1-3 Oliveirense ...

Famous quotes containing the word rio:

    I hear ... foreigners, who would boycott an employer if he hired a colored workman, complain of wrong and oppression, of low wages and long hours, clamoring for eight-hour systems ... ah, come with me, I feel like saying, I can show you workingmen’s wrong and workingmen’s toil which, could it speak, would send up a wail that might be heard from the Potomac to the Rio Grande; and should it unite and act, would shake this country from Carolina to California.
    Anna Julia Cooper (1859–1964)

    Americans living in Latin American countries are often more snobbish than the Latins themselves. The typical American has quite a bit of money by Latin American standards, and he rarely sees a countryman who doesn’t. An American businessman who would think nothing of being seen in a sport shirt on the streets of his home town will be shocked and offended at a suggestion that he appear in Rio de Janeiro, for instance, in anything but a coat and tie.
    Hunter S. Thompson (b. 1939)