Rio de Janeiro
How to use Rio de Janeiro in a sentence
Resolution is majority owned and controlled by Rio Tinto, a global mining conglomerate.
Nevertheless, Brian Rogers, a McCain aide pushed back against UANI, calling the Rio Tinto-Iran connection “a red herring.”
Gabriel Pedreira, a spokesman for United Against a Nuclear Iran, opposed any legislation to transfer federal land to Rio Tinto.
In his opinion, Rio Tinto has not addressed this provision of the comprehensive sanctions against Iran.
Rio Tinto also reiterated that holdings in the mine are fully compliant with the current sanctions regime.
One of the most disagreeable things in Rio Janeiro is the total absence of sewers.
I was fortunate enough during my stay in Rio Janeiro to witness several different public festivals.
In no other place did I ever behold so many children with such pale and worn faces as in the streets of Rio Janeiro.
We here found the good old woman who had been our fellow passenger from Germany to Rio Janeiro, in company with her son.
We left Rio Janeiro in the morning, and proceeded in a steamer as far as the port of Sampajo, a distance of twenty-eight miles.