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RIOTRapid Information Overlay Technology (software)
RIOTRemote Interactive Optimization Testbed (optimization)
RIOTRighteous Invasion of Truth (band)
RIOTRevolution in Our Time (band)
RIOTRuckus Interoperability and Open Testing (Wi-Fi program)
RIOTReaching In and Out Together (Christian youth organization)
RIOTRice Infusion-Oxgall-Tween 80 Agar
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"My dear Eleanor, the riot is only in your own brain.
Riot, arson, and wanton destruction of property was their function, and well they performed it.
These reactionary groups attacked the revolutionary groups, and also, at needed moments, rioted and destroyed property so as to afford the Autocracy the pretext of calling out the Cossacks.
"That it is no longer a riot, madame," he replied, "but a revolt."
"Thus, then, it is your opinion," said Anne of Austria, with a sneer and biting her lips with rage, "that yesterday's riot, which to-day is already a rebellion, to-morrow may become a revolution?"
But perhaps we do not know it in our hearts too well, to profit by even so humble an example as the 'No Popery' riots of Seventeen Hundred and Eighty.
In the description of the principal outrages, reference has been had to the best authorities of that time, such as they are; the account given in this Tale, of all the main features of the Riots, is substantially correct.
The order also includes 300 pairs of riot boots, 400 flame-retardant long-johns, and 200 water bottles with holders.
SP Anti Riot Syed Karrar Hussain briefed DIG Operations Lahore regarding the overall performance of Anti Riot Force and informed him regarding the latest equipment being used by Anti Riot Force to maintain law and order and control any untoward situation in the city.
According to an in-depth report from ( Kotaku last year, some of Riot's employees testify that the gaming company has a "bro" culture that obviously prefers male workers than female workers.
After spending 18 months in a Siberian labour camp following her conviction for "hooliganism motivated by religious hatred," Nadya Tolokonnikova, one of the founding members of Pussy Riot, penned Read and Riot: A Pussy Riot Guide to Activism.