Pope Francis spent a week in rio de Janeiro last month, drawing millions to the streets.
And yet, no one in rio is calling for the end of the campaign to reclaim the outlaw zones of the city.
When rio the Doberman died a few days later, pictures of the burial appeared with the headline: “I Lost Two Bitches in One Week!”
In “Before the Fall,” by J.P. Cuenca, rio is a faux paradise, its violence barely contained by “an armed peace.”
"I used to be afraid of you guys," di Castro joked with the cops at the rio seminar.
Along the lower rio Grande it forms dense, tangled thickets.
Of the American coffees rio constitutes about half the world's product.
Perhaps it belonged to our acquaintance at rio, the North America.
We are only about four or five degrees to the southward of rio at this moment.
rio Tintos must be beautiful things to have been the means of giving us so much happiness.
literally "January River," named by explorer Amerigo Vespucci because he discovered it on Jan. 1, 1502, and so called because he incorrectly thought the bay was the estuary of a large river. See January.
Note: Rio is famous as a tourist attraction. Especially popular are its beaches, particularly the Copacabana.
Note: Rio's annual carnival is world-famous.