[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Heineken USA today announced the launch of the Mexican brand Indio in June across eight key markets in California, Texas and Illinois.
What does IDO stand for?
IDO stands for Indio (Amtrak station code; Indo, CA)
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We have 48 other meanings of IDO in our Acronym Attic
- Illawarra District Noxious Weeds Authority (Australia)
- Integrated Data Network Exchange
- Integrated Digital Network Exchange
- Internet Domain Name Index
- I Don't Need You (song)
- Independent Doctors of New York
- International DN (Detroit News) Yacht Racing Association
- Idaho Operations Office
- Identification Operator
- Incentive Determining Official
- Indoctrination Duty Officer
- indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase
- Industrial Diesel Oil (oil refining)
- Informal Design Overview
- Information Dissemination Organization
- Initial Defensive Operations
- Installation Deployment Officer
- Instituto de Oceanologia (Spanish: Institute of Oceanology; Cuba)
- Intermediate Development Outcome (agriculture)
- International Dance Organization
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Iron Man star, who has a teenage son Indio from his previous marriage to actress Deborah Falconer, is keen to become a father again, reports.
Obscenely, Indio officials are now trying to buy out two minority churches nearby to clear way for yet another promised extension.
Indio calls itself "The Date Capital of the United States," and since the early 1940s, the city has regularly hosted the National Date Festival, which, along with other popular festivals, attracts thousands of visitors annually.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] That was when I knew I was in the right place: the Indio International Tamale Festival, held every December in this desert town east of Palm Springs.
Back in New York City, for instance, Street News editor Indio recalls the hardship he faced as a light-skinned person of color trying to find a safe place to sleep in city shelters populated mainly by African Americans.
It was not a comfortable experience working for El Indio," recalls Gonzalo Latapi Ortega, head of marketing at Churubusco, which has stood as Latin America's foremost movie-making complex since its formal opening on Sept.