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KUPA is a radio station located in Honolulu, Hawaii. The station is owned by Broadcasting Corp. of America and offers the Fox Sports Radio sports talk format, broadcasting at 1370 kHz with ERP of 10 Kw-U.-History:

Samvedi are a sub group of East Indian community. This community is concentrated mostly in Bassein , India, which is about north of Mumbai. Kupari Ancestors were Mixture of Samvedic Brahmins, Goans and Portuguese because of inter marriages between them. The population is about 40,000 to 45,000

Kura may refer to:* Kura River in Turkey, Georgia and Azerbaijan* Kura River, Russia in Russia* Kura Test Range in Kamchatka Krai, Russia, a major ICBM testing site during the Cold War* Kura, Nigeria, a Local Government Area of Kano State

Kurai may refer to:*Kurai , an instrument used by the Bashkir peoplePlaces*Band Kurai, a town in Pakistan*Kurai, NWFP, a town in NWFP, Pakistan*Kuray Mountains, a mountain range in Russia

Kurai (flute)
The quray is a long open endblown flute with five fingerholes, and is the national instrument of the Bashkirs.The quray is the best known and most popular musical instrument of the Bashkir people

Kurd (tribe)
Kurd is a Baloch tribe in the Balochistan, Sindh, and Punjab provinces of Pakistan. Kurds speak both Balochi and Brahui . Also a Sub-clan in Mazari tribe..famous for their gallantry against bugti's..Qadoo khan Kherd or Kurd was Commander who destroyed Siyah-aff or dera bugti with mazari raiders...Famous people who descend from this tribe are Baloch nationalist leader Abdul Aziz Kurd

Kurdish may refer to:*The Kurdish people*The Kurdish language*The Kurdish alphabet*Kurdistan, the land of the Kurdish people which includes:*Iranian Kurdistan*Iraqi Kurdistan*Turkish Kurdistan*Syrian Kurdistan*History of the Kurdish people

KURE is a radio station licensed to Ames, Iowa, USA, the station serves the Iowa State community, Ames, and surrounding areas. The station is currently owned by Residence Associations Broadcasting Services.

Kurgan (cattle)
The Kurgan cattle breed originates in south-western Siberia and is a composite of Shorthorn, Simmental, German Black Pied Cattle, Bestuzhev, Tagil, Red Steppe, and local cattle.

Kuri can refer to:*Kurī, Māori dog*Kuri , West African breed of cattle*Kuri , kitchen in a Zen monastery, Japanese Chestnut*The Kuri subgroup of Yuin–Kuric indigenous Australian languages

Kurī is the Māori language name for the Polynesian dog. It was introduced to New Zealand by Māori during their migrations from East Polynesia sometime around 1280 AD.

Kuri (kitchen)
A or is the kitchen of a Zen monastery, typically located behind the butsuden . Historically the kuri was a kitchen which prepared meals only for the abbot and his guests, though in modern Japan it now functions as the kitchen and administrative office for the entire monastery.

Kurier could refer to:* Kurier – an Austrian newspaper* Berliner Kurier – a Berlin newspaper* Der Kurier – a former West Berlin Newspaper which appeared shortly after World War II

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is a Japanese word for the color "black". Kuro may also refer to:* Kuro Island, any of various Japanese islands; see Kuroshima* Kuro , a fictional pirate captain in the manga One Piece

KURS 1040am is an Regional Mexican radio station in San Diego, California. It flipped to its current format last month.the station is owned by Quetzal Bilingual Communications Inc.-History:

Kurs (docking system)
Kurs is a radio telemetry system used by the Soviet and later Russian space program.Kurs was developed by the Research Institute of Precision Instruments before 1985 and manufactured by the Kiev Radio Factory .- History :

Kurt is a given name. Its principal English variant is Curt, while others include Cord, Curd, and Kort. It originated as a short form of Curtis, Konrad , and Kunibert

-People:* Don Kurth, an American politician* Ernst Kurth, a Swiss music theorist* Godefroid Kurth, a Belgian historian* James Kurth, the Claude Smith Professor of Political Science at Swarthmore College, United States* Joe Kurth, an American football player

Kuru (disease)
Kuru is an incurable degenerative neurological disorder that is a type of transmissible spongiform encephalopathy, caused by a prion found in humans

A Kus is a large-sized ancient Persian kettledrum, similar to a timpani.-Etymology:Kus is a Middle-Persian military term meaning, "march"

Kus (god)
Kus is a god of herdsmen in Sumerian, Babylonian, and Akkadian mythology. He is identified in the Theogony of Dunnu.- References :*Michael Jordon, Encyclopedia of Gods, Kyle Cathie Limited, 2002

Kush (satrapy)
Kush was a satrapy of the Achaemenid Empire. The territory was conquered from the Nubians.

KUST may stand for:In geography:* The Middle Persian name for “regions,” or “sides" of Iran.In university:*Korea University of Science and Technology, Korean university.

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KUTI is a radio station broadcasting a Classic Country format to the Yakima, Washington, USA area. The station is owned by Townsquare Media. The station reaches all parts of the Yakima Valley area. It usually plays '70s, '80s and early '90s country music, but sometimes plays mid '90s and late '90s country music

Kutija is a well known cartoon series in Croatia for children, about a man that adores boxes .It was created for television by the Croatian animator Domić Pijetao at the Zagreb Film studio, Croatia

Kuu was a moon goddess in Finnish mythology. According to the Kalevala, the daughter of the air Ilmatar allowed a teal to lay its egg on her knee as she floated in the abyss

KUUR is an American FM radio station licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to broadcast on 96.7 MHz serving Carbondale, Colorado.

The State of Kuwait is a sovereign Arab state situated in the north-east of the Arabian Peninsula in Western Asia. It is bordered by Saudi Arabia to the south at Khafji, and Iraq to the north at Basra. It lies on the north-western shore of the Persian Gulf. The name Kuwait is derived from the Arabic أكوات ākwāt, the plural of كوت kūt, meaning a fortress built near water

Kuwaiti may refer to:* Something of, from, or related to the country of Kuwait* A person from Kuwait, or of Kuwaiti descent. For information about the Kuwaiti people, see Demographics of Kuwait and Culture of Kuwait. For specific persons, see List of Kuwaitis.* Note that there is no language called "Kuwaiti"

Kuzu (disambiguation)
The Kuzu were a people of ancient Japan.Kuzu may also refer to:* Kuzu, Tochigi, Japan* Kuzu Airlines Cargo, a cargo airline based in Istanbul, Turkey* Kudzu , a climbing vine

-In physics and chemistry:* Voltage-gated potassium channel,a large family of potassium channels* Kilovolts , 1000 volts* The rating of RPMs per volt as used in reference to the rotational speed of brushless motors

Kvam (disambiguation)
Kvam may refer to several different places:* Kvam, a municipality in Hordaland county, Norway* Kvam, Nord-Trøndelag, a former municipality in Nord-Trøndelag county, Norway* Kvam, Oppland, a village in Nord-Fron municipality, Oppland county, Norway

KVIN is a radio station broadcasting a Adult Standards/MOR format. Licensed to Ceres, California, USA, it serves the Modesto area. The station is currently owned by Threshold Communications and formerly featured programming provided from Jones Radio Network. Today, it is an affiliate of Dial Global's America's Best Music.

Kvinna is a Faroese magazine for women, it was established on 11 November 2004. The title of the magazine Kvinna means Woman in Faroese. This magazine is the only Faroese magazine for women. Kvinna publishes 8 magazines yearly. They also arrange events throught the year, i.e. a running event for women, concerts with Faroese female singers etc

Kwacha may refer to:* Malawian kwacha, the currency of Malawi since 1971* Zambian kwacha, the currency of Zambia since 1968*"Kwacha," a member of the UNITA political party in Angola

KWAL is a radio station broadcasting a country format to the Wallace, Idaho, USA area. The station is currently owned by Metals Broadcasting Co. and features programming from AP Radio and Jones Radio Network.

Kwanzaa is a week long celebration held in the United States honoring universal African-American heritage and culture, observed from December 26 to January 1 each year. It features activities such as lighting a candle holder with seven candles and culminates in a feast and gift giving

Kwela is a happy, often pennywhistle-based, street music from southern Africa with jazzy underpinnings and a distinctive, skiffle-like beat. It evolved from the marabi sound and brought South African music to international prominence in the 1950s.

KWIK is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format serving the Pocatello, Idaho, USA area. The station is currently owned by Rich Broadcasting and licensed to Rich Broadcasting Idaho LS, LLC

KY or Ky may mean:* Kilo-years , the number of years in a millennium* Kyrgyz language ISO 639 alpha-2 code* Air São Tomé and Príncipe, IATA airline designator* Ky Kiske from the Guilty Gear Series

Kyanite, whose name derives from the Greek word kuanos sometimes referred to as "kyanos", meaning deep blue, is a typically blue silicate mineral, commonly found in aluminium-rich metamorphic pegmatites and/or sedimentary rock. Kyanite in metamorphic rocks generally indicates pressures higher than 4 kilobars

KYES may refer to:*KYES-TV, a television station licensed to Anchorage, Alaska, United States*KYES , a radio station licensed to Rockville, Minnesota, United States

Kyl may refer to:* John Henry Kyl , U.S. Representative from Iowa * Jon Kyl , U.S. Senator from Arizona * Kauppakorkeakoulun Ylioppilaskunnan Laulajat, a men's choir

Kyla (album)
-Album Credits:Personnel*Jose Vicente Colayco – executive producer*Chuck Isidro – supervising producer*Francis Guevarra, Jr. – producer*Jo Tomas – digital graphics, lay-out design*Jay Javier – photography

Kyla (given name)
Kyla is a given name, and may refer to:* Kyla, the stagename of Melanie Hernandez Calumpad, a Filipino R&B singer* Kyla, a solo black metal project by Swedish musician Kim Carlsson

Kylie (disambiguation)
Kylie Minogue is an Australian singer.Kylie may also refer to:* Kylie , a common female given name* Kylie , an album by Kylie Minogue* Kylie , a song by Akcent* Kylie, a type of non-returning boomerang

Kyoto (disambiguation)
Kyoto is a Japanese city, and the capital of Kyoto Prefecture.Kyoto may also refer to:*Kyoto Prefecture, a jurisdiction in Japan*Kyoto Protocol, an international Framework Convention on Climate Change

Kyparissia (disambiguation)
Kyparissia may refer to several places in Greece:*Kyparissia, a town in the Messinia prefecture*Kyparissia, Arcadia, a village in the Arcadia prefecture

Kyphosis , also called roundback or Kelso's hunchback, is a condition of over-curvature of the thoracic vertebrae

Kyrie (album)
Kyrie is a double album by Italian singer Mina, released in 1980.Released as "Vol. 1" and "Vol. 2", Kyrie is at ease experimenting and divulging Mina's music into other genres, especially rock.-Vol. 1:# Musica - 5:52

Kyrie (Vivaldi)
The Kyrie in G minor by Antonio Vivaldi is a setting of the Kyrie for two cori . This is the only extant setting of the Kyrie the composer wrote.

KYTI is a radio station broadcasting a Country music format. Licensed to Sheridan, Wyoming, USA. The station is currently owned by Lovcom, Inc. and features programing from Westwood One.-History:

KYTY is a Christian radio station based in San Antonio, Texas and broadcast on 810 AM.Up until July 1998, The station was Christian format known as Good News Radio 810 KCHG until a Local Marketing Agreement was made with Clear Channel Radio to make room for KSJL. Up until Labor Day of 1998 KCHG was 96.1 KSJL simulcast.When the simulcast begun, KSJL played more of an adult oriented R&B

is the third largest island of Japan and most southwesterly of its four main islands. Its alternate ancient names include , , and . The historical regional name is referred to Kyushu and its surrounding islands.

Ravensbrück concentration camp
Ravensbrück was a notorious women's concentration camp during World War II, located in northern Germany, 90 km north of Berlin at a site near the village of Ravensbrück .

Ravi River
The Ravi is a trans-boundary river flowing through Northwestern India and eastern Pakistan. It is one of the six rivers of the Indus System in Punjab region .

Ravi Shastri
Ravishankar Jayadritha Shastri is a former Indian cricketer and captain. He was an all–rounder who batted right-handed and bowled left arm spin. His international career started when he was 18 years old and lasted for 12 years

Ravi Zacharias
Frederick Antony Ravi Kumar Zacharias is an Indian-born, Canadian-American evangelical Christian apologist. Zacharias is the author of numerous Christian books, including Gold Medallion Book Award winner Can Man Live Without God? and bestsellers Light in the Shadow of Jihad and The Grand Weaver

Ravinia Park
Ravinia Festival is the oldest outdoor music festival in the United States, with a series of outdoor concerts and performances held every summer from June to September. It has been the summer home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra since 1936

Ravish Malhotra
Ravish Malhotra is a retired Air Commodore of the Indian Air Force.He became an Air Force test pilot, later stationed at the test center in Bangalore. He was also the Air Officer Commanding of Hindon Air Force Station near Delhi.In 1982, he was chosen to train for spaceflight in the Soviet Union's Intercosmos program

Rawalpindi , locally known as Pindi, is a city in the Pothohar region of Pakistan near Pakistan's capital city of Islamabad, in the province of Punjab. Rawalpindi is the fourth largest city in Pakistan after Karachi, Lahore and Faisalabad

Rax Restaurants
Rax Roast Beef is a small regional U.S. fast food restaurant chain specializing in roast beef sandwiches, currently based in Ironton, Ohio. Once a big player in the fast food segment, Rax has extensively scaled down their operations since their peak in the 1980s

Ray Blanton
Leonard Ray Blanton was the 44th Governor of Tennessee from 1975 to 1979. Blanton's administration was rife with corruption.-Early life and Congress:

Ray Bradbury
Ray Douglas Bradbury is an American fantasy, horror, science fiction, and mystery writer. Best known for his dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451 and for the science fiction stories gathered together as The Martian Chronicles and The Illustrated Man , Bradbury is one of the most celebrated among 20th and 21st century American writers of

Ray Combs
Raymond Neil "Ray" Combs, Jr. was an American comedian, actor, and host of the game show Family Feud on CBS and in syndication from 1988 to 1994.-Early life and career:

Ray Comfort
Ray Comfort is a New Zealand-born Christian minister and evangelist. Comfort started Living Waters Publications and The Way of the Master in Bellflower, California and has written a number of books.-Early life and career:

Ray Gilbert
Ray Gilbert was a lyricist.Gilbert is best remembered for the lyrics to the Oscar winning song "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" from the film Song of the South, which he wrote with Allie Wrubel in 1947.He married, in 1962, actress Janis Paige.Daughter, actress and singer Joanne Gilbert, July

Ray Kroc
Raymond Albert "Ray" Kroc was an American fast food businessman who joined McDonald's in 1954 and built it into the most successful fast food operation in the world. Kroc was included in Time 100: The Most Important People of the Century, and amassed a fortune during his lifetime

Ray Mears
Raymond Paul "Ray" Mears is an English woodsman, instructor, author and TV presenter. His TV appearances cover bushcraft and survival techniques, and he is best known for the TV series Ray Mears' Bushcraft, Ray Mears' World of Survival, Extreme Survival, Survival with Ray Mears, Wild Britain with Ray Mears and Ray Mears Goes

Ray Milland
Ray Milland was a Welsh actor and director. His screen career ran from 1929 to 1985, and he is best remembered for his Academy Award–winning portrayal of an alcoholic writer in The Lost Weekend , a sophisticated leading man opposite a corrupt John Wayne in Reap the Wild Wind , the murder-plotting husband in Dial M for Murder

Ray Nagin
Clarence Ray Nagin, Jr. is a former mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. Nagin gained international note in 2005 in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, which devastated the New Orleans area.

Ray Romano
Raymond Albert "Ray" Romano is an American actor, writer and stand-up comedian, best known for his roles on the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond and in the Ice Age film series. He recently starred in the TNT comedy-drama Men of a Certain Age.-Early life:Romano was born in Queens, New York to Italian American parents

Ray Scott (basketball)
John Raymond Scott is a retired American professional basketball player and former head coach of the Detroit Pistons

Ray Stannard Baker
Ray Stannard Baker , also known by his pen name David Grayson, was an American journalist and author born in Lansing, Michigan

Ray Stevens
Ray Stevens is an American country music, pop singer-songwriter who has become known for his novelty songs.-Early career:

Ray Suarez
Rafael Suarez, Jr. , known as Ray Suarez, is an American broadcast journalist. Suarez joined the PBS NewsHour in 1999 and became a senior correspondent for the evening news program on the PBS television network. He is also host of the international news and analysis public radio program America Abroad from Public Radio International

Ray Szmanda
Raymond Jack Szmanda, Sr. is a radio and television announcer who became well-known across the midwestern United States for his "Menards Guy," who has advertised for the home improvement store for more than two decades. He continues to periodically make new ads, and a comic likeness of himself remains in most of Menards' print and in-store advertising

Ray Wilkins
Raymond Colin Wilkins MBE , often known as "Butch" Wilkins, is an English former footballer and at present a television pundit

Ray Wise
Raymond Nicolas "Ray" Wise is an American actor, known for his roles as Leland Palmer in Twin Peaks, as Leon C. Nash, right-hand henchman to villain Clarence Boddicker in the science fiction classic RoboCop, and recently as the Devil in the CW television series Reaper.-Life and career:Wise was born in Akron, Ohio and attended Kent State University in

Rayalaseema is a geographic region in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. It includes the districts of Anantapur, Chittoor, Kadapa, Kurnool. These Telugu speaking districts were part of Madras Presidency until 1953 when Telugu speaking districts of Madras presidency were carved out to form Andhra state. Between 1953 and 1956, this region was part of Andhra state

Rayburn Range
The Rayburn is a type of stove similar in nature to the AGA and are manufactured in Telford at the same factory as the AGA.The Rayburn was launched in 1946 with two hotplates, and one or two ovens and the ability to heat water

Rayen High School (Youngstown, Ohio)
Rayen High School was a public high school in Youngstown, Ohio, United States. At the time it was closed in 2007, it was of the three oldest high schools in the city

Rayleigh fading
Rayleigh fading is a statistical model for the effect of a propagation environment on a radio signal, such as that used by wireless devices.Rayleigh fading models assume that the magnitude of a signal that has passed through such a transmission medium will vary randomly, or fade, according to a Rayleigh distribution — the radial component of the sum

Rayleigh, Essex
Rayleigh is a market town and civil parish in the District of Rochford in Essex, England, located between Chelmsford and Southend-on-Sea. It lies to the east of central London. It has a population of 30,196, having expanded rapidly in the 1960s.-Toponymy:

Rayman Raving Rabbids
Rayman Raving Rabbids, known in French as , is a spinoff in the Rayman series released by the French company Ubisoft as a Wii launch title. The game consists of over 70 minigames

Raymond Duchamp-Villon
Raymond Duchamp-Villon was a French sculptor.Duchamp-Villon was born Pierre-Maurice-Raymond Duchamp in Damville, Eure, in the Haute-Normandie region of France, the second son of Eugene and Lucie Duchamp. Of the six Duchamp children, four would become successful artists

Raymond E. Brown
The Reverend Raymond Edward Brown, S.S. , was an American Roman Catholic priest, a member of the Sulpician Fathers and a major Biblical scholar of his era

Raymond Franz
Raymond Victor Franz was a member of the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses from 20 October 1971 until 22 May 1980, and served at the organization's world headquarters for fifteen years, from 1965 until 1980. Franz claimed the request for his resignation and his subsequent disfellowshipping resulted from allegations of his apostasy from the faith

Raymond Gutiérrez
Raymond Kristoffer Rama-Gutierrez , is a TV Host, editor, columnist, endorser, and actor in Philippines. He comes from a family of actors and performers.-Early life:

Raymond Pearl
Raymond Pearl was an American biologist, regarded as one of the founders of biogerontology. He spent most of his career at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.

Raymond Williams
Raymond Henry Williams was a Welsh academic, novelist and critic. He was an influential figure within the New Left and in wider culture. His writings on politics, culture, the mass media and literature are a significant contribution to the Marxist critique of culture and the arts

Raymond Wintz
Raymond Wintz was a Paris-born painter and engraver whose most famous paintings were of marine and coastal views in Brittany. He is best known for his painting The Blue Door, which is still widely available as a poster and print.-Life:Raymond Wintz was born on 25 March 1884

Raymond Wong Yuk Man
Raymond Wong Yuk-man is a politician, author, current affairs commentator and radio host. He is a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong , representing the Geographical constituency of Kowloon West

Raymundo Punongbayan
Dr. Raymundo Santiago Punongbayan was the former director of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology . SHe served from 1983 to 2002. Punongbayan became popular after handling two well-known calamities, the July 16, 1990, Luzon earthquake and the 1991 Pinatubo eruption

Rayne, Louisiana
Rayne is a city in Acadia Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 8,552 at the 2000 census. It is nicknamed the "Frog Capital of the World", as well as the "Louisiana City of Murals".Rayne is part of the Crowley Micropolitan Statistical Area.

Rayon is a manufactured regenerated cellulose fiber. Because it is produced from naturally occurring polymers, it is neither a truly synthetic fiber nor a natural fiber; it is a semi-synthetic or artificial fiber. Rayon is known by the names viscose rayon and art silk in the textile industry

Raystown Lake
Raystown Lake is a reservoir in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. The largest lake that is entirely within Pennsylvania, it was created by the United States Army Corps of Engineers around 1913 by the damming of the Raystown Branch Juniata River which created a shallow lake in the river valley. The current Raystown Lake was completed in 1973 by the Army Corps of Engineers

Raza Unida Party
Partido Nacional de La Raza Unida is an American political party centered on Chicano interests. The party was termed La Raza in reference to the Mestizo people. During the 1970s the Party campaigned for better housing, work, and educational opportunities for Mexican-Americans

Razia Sultana
Razia al-Din , throne name Jalâlat ud-Dîn Raziyâ , usually referred to in history as Razia Sultan, was the Sultan of Delhi in India from 1236 to May 1240. She was of Seljuq slave ancestry and like some other Muslim princesses of the time, she was trained to lead armies and administer kingdoms if necessary

Razor (scooter)
The Razor scooter is a compact folding Kick scooter invented by Micro Mobility Systems and manufactured by JD Corporation. The Razor appeared in 1999 and became extremely popular around 2000. Today, The Razor Scooter is manufactured by Razor USA, based in Cerritos, California

Razor gang
Razor gangs were criminal gangs that dominated the Sydney crime scene in the 1920s. With the passage of the Pistol Licensing Act 1927, the New South Wales State Parliament imposed severe penalties for carrying concealed firearms and handguns

Razor shell
The razor shell, Ensis arcuatus, also called razor clam or razor fish, is a bivalve of the family Pharidae. It is found on sandy beaches in Northern Europe and Eastern Canada, such as Prince Edward Island, where it is most populous in the world. It prefers coarser sand than its relatives E. ensis and E

The RBU-6000 Smerch-2 is a 213 mm caliber Soviet anti-submarine rocket launcher. It is similar in principle to the Royal Navy Hedgehog system used during the Second World War

RC circuit
A resistor–capacitor circuit ', or RC filter or RC network, is an electric circuit composed of resistors and capacitors driven by a voltage or current source

RCA connector
An RCA connector, sometimes called a phono connector or cinch connector, is a type of electrical connector commonly used to carry audio and video signals

RCA Records
RCA Records is one of the flagship labels of Sony Music Entertainment. The RCA initials stand for Radio Corporation of America , which was the parent corporation from 1929 to 1985 and a partner from 1985 to 1986.RCA's Canadian unit is Sony's oldest label

RCA Red Seal Records
RCA Red Seal Records is a classical music label and is now part of Sony Masterworks.The Red Seal label was begun in 1902 by the Gramophone Company in the United Kingdom and was quickly picked up by its United States affiliate, the Victor Talking Machine Company, and its president, Eldridge R. Johnson

RCAF Station Jericho Beach
RCAF Station Jericho Beach, originally known as the Jericho Beach Air Station, was one of the first Canadian air stations opened by the Canadian Air Board. Jericho Beach is located in Vancouver, British Columbia.

RCAF Station Uplands
Canadian Forces Base Uplands was a Canadian Forces Base located in Ottawa, Ontario.-History:The Royal Canadian Air Force established RCAF Station Uplands as a wartime training station of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan in 1942. The "No

RCMP Academy, Depot Division
RCMP Academy, Depot Division has been providing police training to Royal Canadian Mounted Police "cadets" since its establishment in 1885. The facility is located in the west part of Regina, Saskatchewan, near the airport, and consists of several buildings.In the RCMP's early days, Depot had a full horse stable and employed veterinarians

RDFa is a W3C Recommendation that adds a set of attribute-level extensions to XHTML for embedding rich metadata within Web documents

Re B.C. Motor Vehicle Act
Reference re Section 94 of the Motor Vehicle Act, [1985] 2 S.C.R. 486 was a landmark reference submitted to the Supreme Court of Canada regarding the constitutionality of the British Columbia Motor Vehicle Act

Re Same-Sex Marriage
Reference re Same-Sex Marriage [2004] 3 S.C.R. 698, 2004 SCC 79, was a reference question to the Supreme Court of Canada regarding the constitutional validity of same-sex marriage in Canada

Reaction Engines A2
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Reaction intermediate
A reaction intermediate or an intermediate is a molecular entity that is formed from the reactants and reacts further to give the directly observed products of a chemical reaction. Most chemical reactions are stepwise, that is they take more than one elementary step to complete

Reaction rate
The reaction rate or speed of reaction for a reactant or product in a particular reaction is intuitively defined as how fast or slow a reaction takes place

Read-only memory
Read-only memory is a class of storage medium used in computers and other electronic devices. Data stored in ROM cannot be modified, or can be modified only slowly or with difficulty, so it is mainly used to distribute firmware .In its strictest sense, ROM refers only

Reader can mean a person who is reading a text, or a basal reader, a book used to teach reading. It may also refer to:-People:* Richard Reader Harris , English barrister and Pentecostalist* Reader Harris , British politician

Reading Rainbow
Reading Rainbow is an American children's television series aired by PBS from June 6, 1983 until November 10, 2006 that encouraged reading among children. The award-winning public television series garnered over 200 broadcast awards, including scores of Emmy Awards, many for "Outstanding Children's Series"

Ready-to-wear or prêt-à-porter is the term for factory-made clothing, sold in finished condition, in standardized sizes, as distinct from made to measure or bespoke clothing tailored to a particular person's frame. Off-the-peg is sometimes used for items which are not clothing.Ready-to-wear has rather different connotations in the spheres of fashion and classic clothing

Reagan Administration
The United States presidency of Ronald Reagan, also known as the Reagan administration, was a Republican administration headed by Ronald Reagan from January 20, 1981, to January 20, 1989.

Reaganomics refers to the economic policies promoted by the U.S. President Ronald Reagan during the 1980s, also known as supply-side economics and called trickle-down economics, particularly by critics

Real Canadian Superstore
Real Canadian Superstore is a chain of hypermarkets owned by Canadian food retailing giant Loblaw Companies. Its name is often shortened to RCSS or Superstore.

Real estate
In general use, esp. North American, 'real estate' is taken to mean "Property consisting of land and the buildings on it, along with its natural resources such as crops, minerals, or water; immovable property of this nature; an interest vested in this; an item of real property; buildings or housing in general

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