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regio

(rej -ee-oh) (plural: regiones) a large area distinguished by shading or color on the surface of a planet or satellite. The word is used in the approved name of such a feature.
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The report is the first indicator of performance since March - when the Metro's owner Nexus, which is a public body, announced it would not be renewing its contract with DB Regio next year.
But last October, there was no sarcasm to be encountered when the Teatro Regio mounted a month longVerdi Festival to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth, in the neighboring village of Le Roncole, of arguably Italy's greatest composer.
She added that Tui Regio got darker from 2005 to 2009 and Sotra Patera - the most favorable cryovolcanic candidate on Titan - got brighter between 2005 and 2006.
We knew the system would allow us to support the EGTS project,” said Laurent Le Minh Loc, CEO of REGIO LEASE.
Butler explores these themes in systematic fashion over the course of five chapters, beginning with a careful precis of the history of the Savoy state and founding of the Teatro Regio in 1740 as the Royal Savoyard Theater (chapter 1: "Turin's Teatro Regio: A Royal Theater for a Royal City").
This is generally, though not absolutely true, since other errors such as the regio errors of 2,1 insertion and 1,3 insertion, which contribute to the loss of crystallinity, are not accounted for in this calculation of the prevalence of mm triads.
Copamex, empresa cien por ciento mexicana, fundada en 1928, y segundo productor mas importante de papel en Mexico, lanzo al mercado su mas reciente e innovador concepto en papel higienico, Lady Regio, creado especificamente para la mujer contemporanea y acorde con sus necesidades.
Spain's leading electricity company, Endesa, has announced the conclusion of an agreement on its complete acquisition of the Dutch companies NV Nutsbedrijf Regio Eindhoven (NRE, electricity) and NV Gasbedrijf Regio Eindhoven (GRE, gas).
Endesa, which has built up a massive presence in Latin America, said it will buy electricity distributor NV Nutsbedrijf Regio Eindhoven (NRE) and gas distributor NV Gasbedrijf Regio Eindhoven (GRE).
Yet there are over fifty previously unpublished letters here, and the conjoining in one place of the letters exchanged between the great modernist poet and the so-called "men of Presenca"-Jose Regio, Gaspar Simoes, Adolfo Casais Monteiro, and, in an appendix, Adolfo Rocha (Miguel Torga)-along with a few other documents, makes this a useful production for anyone interested in the literary history of the twentieth century in general or, more particularly, the role played by Presenca in championing the centrality of the poet the journal's editors themselves called the "Master" of modern Portuguese letters.
Sitting on the tracks in downtown Fillmore on Sunday morning was a vintage 1949 engine alongside a 1997 model called the Regio Sprinter.
Scientists have also created a three-dimensional image (bottom) of Ganymede's rugged Galileo Regio region by combining images taken June 27 and Sept.