ROI

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AcronymDefinition
ROIReturn on Investment
ROIRegion of Interest
ROIRepublic Of Ireland
ROIReturn of Investment
ROIRelease of Information (hospitals/patients)
ROIRisk of Infection (diagnosis)
ROIReport on Industry
ROIReport of Inspection (various locations)
ROIRate of Interest
ROIRèglement d'Ordre Intérieur (French: Internal Policy and Procedures; Belgium)
ROIRdma over Internet
ROIRing of Illusion (gaming tournament)
ROIRDMA (Remote Direct Memory Access) Over Internet
ROIReport Of Investigation
ROIReactive Oxygen Intermediate
ROIRegistration of Interest
ROIRoyal Institute of Oil Painters (UK)
ROIRadius Of Influence
ROIRAM Optical Instrumentation
ROIRules of Interaction (gaming)
ROIRock of Israel
ROIRisk of Incarceration
ROIRecord of Invention
ROIReturn on Integrity (finance)
ROIRealm of Influence (band)
ROIRhino Outdoor International
ROIReport On Investigation
ROIRural Ontario Institute (Canada)
ROIRemote Operator Interface
ROIRealm of Insanity (gaming clan)
ROIRead Only Information
ROIReplacement of Obsolete Items
ROIRovaniemi, Finland - Rovaniemi (Airport Code)
ROIRange Operating Instruction
ROIRadiological Operating Instructions
ROIRhythm Optimized Integration
ROIRoute of Ingress
ROIResidue of Ignition
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Esteemed oil painter David Pilgrim, who was elected as a full member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters in 2012, is also exhibiting work.
In 1870, Hardy settled in London where his career flourished, and he was elected a member of the Royal Society of Painters and Etchers, the Royal Institute of Oil Painters and the Royal Society of Portrait Painters.
He has also shown works at The Pastel Society in London and with the Royal Institute of Oil Painters. In May he will be exhibiting at The Station Gallery in Richmond.
When one of Fleetwood-Walker's paintings was shown at the annual exhibition of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters in London, a contemporary critic's newspaper review described the work as "a picture of uncommon beauty".
Michael de Bono, who lives in the Rhondda and is still only in his twenties, has already achieved acclaim across the UK, exhibiting with several prominent national institutions, including the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, and the Royal Academy of Art.
He was a successful artist who exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1863 to 1918 and was elected a member of the New Watercolour Society, Royal Miniature Society and Royal Institute of Oil Painters.
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