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Brio

(Brio Technology, Palo Alto, CA) A software company founded in 1989 that specialized in enterprise analysis and reporting programs for several platforms. Acquired by Hyperion Solutions Corporation in 2003, Hyperion was acquired by Oracle in 2007, and products were renamed with the Oracle Hyperion brand.
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Macmillan's relationship with Brio Leisure means patients who need them can access free health and wellbeing sessions at Brio Leisure centres across West Cheshire "The worry of cancer returning never goes away even though I'm approaching my five-year anniversary.
It was the ultimate test for the Brio's 1.2-liter four-cylinder SOHC i-VTEC engine generating 89 hp and 110 N-m of maximum plus mated to a Continuously Variable Transmission with Honda's Earth Dreams Technology.
At the rear, the all-new Brio now features a new tailgate as compared to the large glass panel found in its predecessor.
Apart from the 1.2 S MT, the Brio is available in three other variants such as 1.
"BRIO reflects this role, as images have a strong history of connecting society and science.
This year, in addition to showcasing Brio 12 and RP1, we'll have a major new product unveiled to the market."
"Brio can accommodate any skill level, which makes it really ideal for our crew.
Brio Energy proudly associates and assists customers with solutions including Capstone Microturbine deployment & support at customer's respective sites for deriving energy conversions from a variety of gaseous or liquid fuels with more than 80% efficiency in combined cooling, heat and power(CCHP) applications with ultra-low emissions.
"Brio is about more value, more nutrition and ice cream deliciousness," says Arnie Koss, co-founder and president of Brio Ice Cream, and brand of Nutricopia, based in Montpellier, Vt.
"Brio" in Italian conveys enthusiasm, spirit and liveliness, and all that applies to Brio Tuscan Grille at University Town Center mall.