Brio

In music, the term brio means vigour.
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Brio

[magazine] Brio is an American teen magazine. It was first published by Focus on the Family, an American evangelical group, and edited by Susie Shellenberger. The magazine is aimed at teen girls, and presents topics typical of other teen magazines (fashion and beauty tips, music, and culture) from an evangelical Christian perspective. Brio ...
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Brio

Brio is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Brio

Brio or BRIO can refer to several things: ...
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Brio

[company] BRIO is a wooden toy company founded in Sweden. The company was founded in the small town of Boalt, Scania in 1884 by basket maker Ivar Bengtsson For a long time the company was based in Osby, Scania, in southern Sweden. In 1908 Ivar`s three sons took over and founded BRIO, which is an acronym for BRöderna (`the brothers`) Ivarss...
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brio

vigour; usually in con brio
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brio

brio
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Brio

Spirited and lively. Con brio means play with spirit in a vivacious manner.
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brio

vigour; usually in con brio
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brio

vigor, spirit
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brio

enthusiastic vigour
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