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CLIOColumbia Libraries Information Online (Columbia University's online catalog)
CLIOClassroom Literacy Interventions and Outcomes (research study; US Department of Education)
CLIOCape Lambert Iron Ore Ltd. (Leederville, Australia)
CLIOCommon Lisp Interactive Objects (Graphical User Interface)
CLIOCross-Layer Iterative Optimization
CLIOCross-Linked Iron Oxide
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The Clio was revised in October 2016 and in addition to the Urban Nav Special Edition, there's now a total of five trim levels plus two Renault Sport models.
Looking ahead to 2018, Clio is truly positioned to flourish and seize additional category share.
Clio serves a full spectrum within the countertop industry, from new homebuilders and commercial contractors to kitchen/bath dealers and home improvement centres.
The Clio judging process is known for its diplomatic approach to recognizing creative excellence on a global scale.
Clio comes from the Greek meaning made or to make famous.
Not just in appeal, the Clio RS is distinctively sporty even in its performance.
This fourth generation Clio has proved to be a big step forward over its Clio III predecessor.
In the last few years, Clio sales in Britain haven't begun to approach those of Ford's Fiesta, here in the UK.
So far not so good, but you'll be a bit surprised to hear that the Clio GT-Line is the most fun car that we've driven this year.
With plenty of interior space for driver and passengers alike, the mark three Clio came with a level of refinement normally reserved for larger, more expensive vehicles.
The fourth generation Clio is the brainchild of Renault's new head of design Laurens Van Den Acker who firmly believes that cars are not just for getting around but are also the inspiration for dreams and desires.
As well as being hugely practical, the Clio is the first model to feature Renault's new design cues, including more sensuous curves.