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LID is an abbreviation for:* Local light injection and detection, a method to determine fibre splice losses, especially in polarisation-maintaining fibre splicing

LiD can refer to:*Lewica i Demokraci, a Polish political coalition*Lithium deuteride

Lida (disambiguation)
Lida is the name of the following locations:* Lida, Hrodna Voblast, Belarus* Lida, Nevada, United States* Lida Township, Minnesota, United States* Lake Lida, Otter Tail County, Minnesota, United States

The Comoedia Lydiae is a medieval Latin elegiac comedy from the late twelfth century. The "argument" at the beginning of the play refers to it as the Lidiades , which the manuscripts gloss as comedia de Lidia facta and which its English translator gives as Adventures of Lidia.Lidia was

The Lido is an 11 km long sandbar located in Venice, northern Italy, home to about 20,000 residents. The Venice Film Festival takes place at the Lido every September.-Geography:

For other uses, see Lie A lie is a type of deception in the form of an untruthful statement, especially with the intention to deceive others.

Lie (song)
"Lie" is the first single by Black Light Burns from their debut album Cruel Melody. It was released to radio on March 20.-Song information:Lie was the first full Black Light Burns song Wes Borland had shown to the public

Lie (surname)
Lie is a Norwegian surname which may refer to:* Jonas Lie, Norwegian novelist* Jonas Lie , Norwegian-American painter* Sophus Lie, Norwegian mathematician* Trygve Lie, Norwegian politician, first Secretary-General of the United Nations

Lieb is a surname, and may refer to:* R. Eric Lieb* Elliott H. Lieb* Ernst Lieb* Fred Lieb* Oliver Lieb* Marc Lieb* Mihály Munkácsy

Liebe is a surname that may refer to:* Carl Christian Vilhelm Liebe , Danish politician* Christian Liebe , German composer * Heinrich Liebe , German naval officer

Lieber is a surname, and may refer to:* Francis Lieber, jurist, author of the Lieber Code* Jeffrey Lieber, screenwriter* Jon Lieber, baseball player* Larry Lieber, comic book writer* Lillian Rosanoff Lieber, mathematician/author

The Principality of Liechtenstein is a doubly landlocked alpine country in Central Europe, bordered by Switzerland to the west and south and by Austria to the east. Its area is just over , and it has an estimated population of 35,000. Its capital is Vaduz. The biggest town is Schaan

is a German word literally meaning "song", usually used to describe romantic songs setting German poems of reasonably high literary aspirations, especially during the nineteenth century, beginning with Carl Loewe, Heinrich Marschner, and Franz Schubert and culminating with Hugo Wolf

Lief may refer to:* Jacob Lief , American humanitarian* Lief Larson , entrepreneur, futurist and technologist

Lieg is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Cochem-Zell district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

Liège is a municipality and a city of Belgium. The term Liège or Liege may also refer to:* Liege, a party to the oath of allegiance in feudalism .* Liège Island, in the Antarctic

In law, a lien is a form of security interest granted over an item of property to secure the payment of a debt or performance of some other obligation

Liepen is a municipality in the Vorpommern-Greifswald district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

Lies may refer to:* Lie, an untruthful statement, religion* Lies , in common law-Albums:* Lies * Lies * G N' R Lies or simply Lies, an album by Guns N' Roses-Songs:

Lies (1931 song)
"Lies" is a popular song with music by Harry Barris and lyrics by George E. Springer. It was published in 1931.The song was originally recorded in 1931-32 by:

Lies (evidence)
Lies, on their own, are not sufficient evidence of a crime though in some situations they may themselves be a crime - making false statements, fraud, false advertising, perjury

Lies (North Brabant)
Lies is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Breda, about 5 km southwest of the city centre.

Lies (The Rolling Stones song)
"Lies" is a song by The Rolling Stones from their 1978 album Some Girls.The song is a fast paced rocker is about a man being fed up with his girlfriend's lying and cheating

Lies (Thompson Twins song)
"Lies" is a 1983 song by the British New Wave/Synthpop band Thompson Twins. It was released as the first single from the album Quick Step and Side Kick , and the song peaked at #67 on the UK singles chart. The single fared better in the United States, where it peaked at #30 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the spring of 1983

Lieth is a municipality in the district of Dithmarschen, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

Lieu is French for a location or a place.Lieu may also refer to:*Le Lieu, a municipality in the canton of Vaud, Switzerland

A lieutenant is a junior commissioned officer in many nations' armed forces. Typically, the rank of lieutenant in naval usage, while still a junior officer rank, is senior to the army rank

Lieutenant Commander
Lieutenant Commander is a commissioned officer rank in many navies. The rank is superior to a lieutenant and subordinate to a commander

Lieutenant commander (United States)
Lieutenant commander is a mid-ranking officer rank in the United States Navy, the United States Coast Guard, the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Corps, with the pay grade of O-4 and NATO rank code OF-3

Lieutenant General
Lieutenant General is a military rank used in many countries. The rank traces its origins to the Middle Ages where the title of Lieutenant General was held by the second in command on the battlefield, who was normally subordinate to a Captain General.

Lieutenant General (Australia)
Lieutenant general is the second-highest active rank of the Australian Army and was created as a direct equivalent of the British military rank of lieutenant general. It is also considered a three-star rank.

Liez may refer to the following places in France:* Liez, Aisne, a commune in the department of Aisne* Liez, Vendée, a commune in the department of Vendée

Life is a characteristic that distinguishes objects that have signaling and self-sustaining processes from those that do not, either because such functions have ceased , or else because they lack such functions and are classified as inanimate

Life (1971 song)
"Life" is a 1971 song by Elvis Presley. It was written by Shirl Milete. Elvis recorded it June 6, 1970. The single release had a seven-week stay on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, peaking at #53. It reached #8 on the Easy Listening chart and #34 on the Country Chart. It was the A-side to Only Believe. It was originally released on Elvis' "Love Letters from Elvis" album.

Life (Andy Hunter° album)
Life, released in 2005, is the second full-length album by British DJ and electronic dance music composer Andy Hunter°. It may actually be considered an EP as it features only six songs, but each song's duration of +6 minutes makes up for a total playing time of 43:45.The album's content is modeled on Hunter's own, sophisticated interpretation of the EDM patterns already established

LIFE (church)
LIFE is a Pentecostal Christian church based in Auckland, New Zealand. It was formerly known as the Christian Life Centre Auckland.The church was founded in 1991 by Paul de Jong and his wife Maree, who had previously been Associate Pastors of Christian Life Centre Sydney

Life (Des'ree song)
"Life" is a popular song recorded by the British pop and soul singer Des'ree. It was the third single from her third album Supernatural and was released on 2 June 1998

Life (Eurovision song)
"Life" was the Macedonia's entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, performed in English by Toše Proeski

Life (Haddaway song)
"Life" is a 1993 song recorded by the Trinidadian eurodance and house musician Haddaway. It was the second single from his debut album Haddaway and was released in 1993 summer

Life (Inspiral Carpets album)
Life is the debut studio album by the English indie rock band Inspiral Carpets. It was released April 23, 1990 on Cow Records, through Mute Records, during the period dubbed Madchester by the British media

Life (Mika Nakashima song)
Life is Mika Nakashima's 23rd single, released on August 22, 2007. Within the first press it included a picture label. The song "Life" is best described as an adult contemporary pop/rock song, and was used as the theme song for the drama of the same name , starring Kii Kitano and Saki Fukuda; the B-side

Life (rapper)
Life MC is part of the trio, Phi Life Cypher , a Luton-based British Hip Hop group. He has also released four solo albums to date with DJ Nappa

Life (Talisman album)
Life was the 4th studio album by hard rock band Talisman released on 23 August 1995 on Polydor Records.This album was written in Jeff Scott Soto's house over a couple weeks time in March 1995

Life (TV series)
Life is an American crime drama television program created by Rand Ravich that aired for two seasons on NBC. It was produced by Universal Media Studios under the supervision of executive producers Rand Ravich, Far Shariat, David Semel, and Daniel Sackheim

Life (UK TV series)
Life is a nature documentary series made by BBC television, first broadcast as part of the BBC's Darwin Season on BBC One and BBC HD from October to December 2009. The series takes a global view of the specialised strategies and extreme behaviour that living things have developed in order to survive; what Charles Darwin termed "the struggle for existence"

Life (Yo Gotti)
Life is the third independent album by rapper Yo Gotti. It was released on May 13, 2003 through TVT Records.-Track listing:# "Intro" — 3:56# "All I Ever Wanted to Do" — 4:03

Life (ZOEgirl album)
Life, released in 2001, is the second album by the American Christian pop rock band ZOEgirl.-Track listing:All the songs from Life were either written or co-written by at least one ZOEgirl member.-Song by song:

Life (ZOEgirl album)
Life, released in 2001, is the second album by the American Christian pop rock band ZOEgirl.-Track listing:All the songs from Life were either written or co-written by at least one ZOEgirl member.-Song by song:

Life After Death (disambiguation)
Life after death is the survival of the essence of an individual once the body of this world has died.Life after death may also refer to:* Life After Death, a 1997 hip hop album by The Notorious B.I.G.

Life After Death (Natas album)
Life After Death is the debut album of Natas, released in 1992.- Controversy :Following the release of this album, Esham, Natas and Reel Life Productions were the subject of much controversy when a 17-year-old fan killed himself while smoking cannabis and playing Russian roulette while listening to Life After Death.- Reception :Allrovi reviewer Jason Birchmeier wrote that

Life cycle
Life cycle or lifecycle may refer to: * Biological life cycle* Enterprise life cycle* Life cycle assessment* New product development* Product lifecycle , various meanings* Project life cycle

Life for Rent
Life for Rent is the second studio album by the British singer-songwriter Dido, released by Arista Records on 29 September 2003. The album was produced by Rollo Armstrong and American songwriter Rick Nowels. Work on the album began in mid 2002

Life of the Party (1920 film)
Life of the Party is a 1920 short comedy film starring Fatty Arbuckle.-Cast:* Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle - Algernon Leary * Winifred Greenwood - Mrs. Carraway* Roscoe Karns - Sam Perkins* Julia Faye - 'French' Kate

Life of the Party (2005 film)
Life of the Party is a 2005 film with Eion Bailey and Ellen Pompeo. It was written and Directed by Barra Grant.-Synopsis:Michael Elgin, former high school track star, now in his thirties, is floundering. He keeps life's realities at bay by having too many cocktails a few nights too often

Life of the Party (musical)
Life of the Party is a musical with a book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe.The first of the team's many collaborations, it is a musical adaptation of Barry Connor's farcial play The Patsy. It was written for a Detroit stock theatre company

Life Sentence (Epicure EP)
Life Sentence is an EP released on September 1, 2003 by Epicure.-Track listing:# "Life Sentence"# "Dark Room Candle Burning"# "Armies Against Me"# "Now I've Found You"# "Isolate"-Notes:*All songs written by Epicure.

Life Support (album)
Life Support is the fourth studio album by Australian soft rock band Air Supply, released in 1979. The album contains the original version of the later hit single "Lost in Love", which peaked at #1 on Australian charts

Life Support (film)
Life Support is a 2007 American film starring Queen Latifah. It is loosely based on the real life story of Andrea Williams, an HIV-positive woman.

Life with Derek
Life with Derek is a Canadian television sitcom that aired on Family and VRAK.TV in Canada and on Disney Channel in the United States. The series premiered on Family on September 18, 2005 and ran for four seasons ending on March 25, 2009. The series starred Michael Seater and Ashley Leggat as the two oldest children in a stepfamily

- Personnel :Manic Street Preachers*James Dean Bradfield – lead vocals, guitar*Sean Moore – drums, drum programming*Nicky Wire – bassAdditional personnel*Patrick Jones - additional lyrics on "Fragments"*Nick Nasmyth - keyboards*Jeremy Shaw - keyboards

Lifeblood (novel)
Lifeblood is a children's novel by Tom Becker, first published in 2007. It is the sequel to Darkside, and the second in a planned series of five. Jonathan Starling has remained in Darkside with Elias Carnegie. As with the first story in the series, the pair gets drawn into a mystery that soon turns to them trying to solve a murder

Lifeboat may refer to:* Lifeboat , a small craft aboard a ship to allow for emergency escape* Lifeboat , a boat designed for sea rescues * Airborne lifeboat, an air-dropped boat used to save downed airmen

Lifebuoy (disambiguation)
A lifebuoy is a life saving buoy designed to be thrown to a person in the water to prevent drowning.Lifebuoy may also refer to:*Lifebuoy , a brand of soap

Lifeform (comics)
The Lifeform is a fictional character, a comic book supervillain in the . Created by Mike Baron and Neil Hansen, the character first appears in Punisher Annual #3, Vol. 1.

Lifegiving is the music album debut by Australis.-Album History:"Lifegiving" was produced and recorded in Utah, United States, and was independently released by Australis on May 30, 2005.By early 2006 "Lifegiving" was licensed and re-released in Southern Asia by the .In August 2006 two tracks from this album were included in the compilation

Lifeguard (Automobile safety)
Lifeguard was the name of a 1956 safety package marketed by the Ford Motor Company.Spurred by Robert McNamara, the Cornell University crash research program and the first year of Ford's own crash testing the Lifeguard package included:

Rongalite, also called Rongalit is sodium hydroxymethylsulfinate, or Na+HOCH2SO2-. The salt has many names, including also sodium formaldehyde sulfoxylate and Bruggolite

Ronnie Scott
Ronnie Scott was an English jazz tenor saxophonist and jazz club owner.-Life and career:Ronnie Scott was born in Aldgate, east London, into a family of Russian Jewish descent on his father's side, and Portuguese antecedents on his mother's. Scott began playing in small jazz clubs at the age of sixteen

Ronnie Shows
Clifford Ronald "Ronnie" Shows is a former Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from Mississippi.

Roof garden
A roof garden is any garden on the roof of a building. Besides the decorative benefit, roof plantings may provide food, temperature control, hydrological benefits, architectural enhancement, habitats or corridors for wildlife, and recreational opportunities.

Roof pitch
In building construction, roof pitch is a numerical measure of the steepness of a roof, and a pitched roof is a roof that is steep.The roof's pitch is the measured vertical rise divided by the measured horizontal span, the same thing as what is called "slope" in geometry. Roof pitch is typically expressed as a rational fraction

Room temperature
-Comfort levels:The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers has listings for suggested temperatures and air flow rates in different types of buildings and different environmental circumstances. For example, a single office in a building has an occupancy ratio per square meter of 0.1

The Roomba is a series of autonomous robotic vacuum cleaners sold by iRobot. Under normal operating conditions, it is able to navigate a living space and common obstacles while vacuuming the floor

Roorkee is a city and seat of a municipal council in Uttarakhand, in far northern India. It is located on the banks of the Ganges canal on the national highway between Delhi and Dehradun. Roorkee is known for Roorkee Cantonment, one of the country's oldest cantonments, and the headquarters of Bengal Engineer Group since 1853

Roosevelt Boulevard (Philadelphia)
Roosevelt Boulevard , often referred to simply as "the Boulevard," is a major traffic artery through North and Northeast Philadelphia

Roosevelt College Marikina
Roosevelt College is a private non-sectarian college system with five campuses in the Philippines. Named in honor of the American president Franklin D. Roosevelt, its former name was Roosevelt Memorial High School. It was founded in 1933 as Marikina Academy. The college offers courses from pre-school to postgraduate studies

Roosevelt family
In heraldry, canting arms are a visual or pictorial play on a surname, and were and still are a popular practice. It would be common to find roses, then, in arms of many Roosevelt families, even unrelated ones

Roosevelt Hotel (New York)
The Roosevelt Hotel is at Madison Avenue and 45th Street in midtown Manhattan, named in honor of President Theodore Roosevelt. The New York City hotel opened on September 22, 1924. The hotel closed in 1995 and reopened in 1997 after a $65-million extensive renovation.-Guest rooms:There are a total of 1,015 rooms in the hotel, including 52 suites

Roosevelt University
Roosevelt University is a coeducational, private university with campuses in Chicago, Illinois and Schaumburg, Illinois. Founded in 1945, the university is named in honor of both former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. The university's curriculum is based on principles of social justice

A rooster, also known as a cockerel, cock or chanticleer, is a male chicken with the female being called a hen. Immature male chickens of less than a year's age are called cockerels

Rooster Cogburn
Rooster Cogburn, originally promoted as Rooster Cogburn , is a 1975 film sequel to the 1969 western film True Grit. The film stars John Wayne, in his penultimate film, who reprises his role as U.S. Marshal Reuben J. "Rooster" Cogburn

In vascular plants, the root is the organ of a plant that typically lies below the surface of the soil. This is not always the case, however, since a root can also be aerial or aerating . Furthermore, a stem normally occurring below ground is not exceptional either

Root beer
Root beer is a carbonated, sweetened beverage, originally made using the root of a sassafras plant as the primary flavor. Root beer, popularized in North America, comes in two forms: alcoholic and soft drink. The historical root beer was analogous to small beer in that the process provided a drink with a very low alcohol content

Root canal
A root canal is the space within the root of a tooth. It is part of a naturally occurring space within a tooth that consists of the pulp chamber , the main canal, and more intricate anatomical branches that may connect the root canals to each other or to the surface of the root.-Root canal anatomy: The smaller branches, referred to as

Root cellar
A root cellar is a structure built underground or partially underground and used to store vegetables, fruits, and nuts or other foods.-Construction:Common construction methods are:

Root locus
Root locus analysis is a graphical method for examining how the roots of a system change with variation of a certain system parameter, commonly the gain of a feedback system. This is a technique used in the field of control systems developed by Walter R

Root nodule
Root nodules occur on the roots of plants that associate with symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacteria. Under nitrogen-limiting conditions, capable plants form a symbiotic relationship with a host-specific strain of bacteria known as rhizobia

Root vegetable
Root vegetables are plant roots used as vegetables. Here "root" means any underground part of a plant.Root vegetables are generally storage organs, enlarged to store energy in the form of carbohydrates. They differ in the concentration and the balance between sugars, starches, and other types of carbohydrate

A rootkit is software that enables continued privileged access to a computer while actively hiding its presence from administrators by subverting standard operating system functionality or other applications

Rope access
Rope access is a form of work positioning, initially developed from techniques used in climbing and caving, which applies practical ropework to allow workers to access difficult-to-reach locations without the use of scaffolding, cradles or mobile elevated work platforms MEWPs

Rope dart
The rope dart or rope javelin , also known as Jōhyō in Japanese,is one of the flexible weapons in Chinese martial arts. Other weapons in this family include the meteor hammer, flying claws, and chain whip

Rope splicing
Rope splicing in ropework is the forming of a semi-permanent joint between two ropes or two parts of the same rope by partly untwisting and then interweaving their strands. Splices can be used to form a stopper at the end of a line, to form a loop or an eye in a rope, or for joining two ropes together

Roper v. Simmons
Roper v. Simmons, was a decision in which the Supreme Court of the United States held that it is unconstitutional to impose capital punishment for crimes committed while under the age of 18. The 5-4 decision overruled the Court's prior ruling upholding such sentences on offenders above or at the age of 16, in Stanford v. Kentucky, 492 U.S

Ropinirole is a non-ergoline dopamine agonist. It is manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline , Cipla and Sun Pharmaceutical. It is used in the treatment of Parkinson's disease

Rorschach inkblot test
The Rorschach test is a psychological test in which subjects' perceptions of inkblots are recorded and then analyzed using psychological interpretation, complex algorithms, or both. Some psychologists use this test to examine a person's personality characteristics and emotional functioning

Rory Calhoun
Rory Calhoun was an American television and film actor, screenwriter and producer, best known for his roles in Westerns.-Early life:

Rory McGrath
Patrick Rory McGrath is an English comedian and writer. He is best known for roles in Who Dares Wins, Chelmsford 123, Three Men in a Boat and its successors. He was also a regular panellist on They Think It's All Over.

Rosa damascena
Rosa × damascena, more commonly known as the Damask rose , the Damascus rose, or sometimes as the Rose of Castile, is a rose hybrid, derived from Rosa gallica and Rosa moschata

Rosa Parks
Rosa Louise McCauley Parks was an African-American civil rights activist, whom the U.S. Congress called "the first lady of civil rights", and "the mother of the freedom movement".

Rosalind Franklin
Rosalind Elsie Franklin was a British biophysicist and X-ray crystallographer who made critical contributions to the understanding of the fine molecular structures of DNA, RNA, viruses, coal and graphite

Rosamond Gifford Zoo
The Rosamond Gifford Zoo at Burnet Park is a zoo in Syracuse, New York. It is owned and operated by Onondaga County Parks. The zoo is home to more than 900 animals on . Some of the more popular animals include Asian elephants, Humboldt penguins, Amur tigers and African lions

Rosamund Kwan
Rosamund Kwan Chi-lam is a Chinese actress born in Hong Kong with ancestry in Shenyang, Liaoning in China on her father's side and from Shanghai on her mother's side. She is the daughter of Shaw Brothers star Kwan Shan and actress Cheung Bing Sai

Rosanna Scotto
Rosanna Scotto is an American news anchor. She currently anchors WNYW's Good Day New York with Greg Kelly. Previously, Scotto anchored at 5 and 10 P.M. with Ernie Anastos and Fox 5 Live at 11 A.M. Scotto has been the lead female news anchor since 1990

ROSAT was a German Aerospace Center-led satellite X-ray telescope, with instruments built by Germany, the UK and the US

Roscoff is a commune in the Finistère department of Brittany in northwestern France.The nearby Île de Batz, called Enez Vaz in Breton, is a small island that can be reached by launch from the harbour.

Roscommon GAA
For more details of Roscommon GAA see Roscommon Senior Club Football Championship or Roscommon Senior Club Hurling Championship.The Roscommon County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association or Roscommon GAA is one of the 32 county boards of the GAA in Ireland, and is responsible for Gaelic games in County Roscommon

Rose Center for Earth and Space
The Rose Center for Earth and Space is a part of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. The Center's complete name is The Frederick Phineas and Sandra Priest Rose Center for Earth and Space. The main entrance is located on the northern side of the museum on 81st Street near Central Park West

Rose Edith Kelly
Rose Edith Kelly married noted author, magician and occultist Aleister Crowley in 1903. In 1904, she aided him in the Cairo Working that led to the reception of The Book of the Law, on which Crowley based much of his philosophy and religion, Thelema.After their divorce in 1909, she married Dr

Rose Island (amusement park)
Rose Island was a popular amusement park near Charlestown, Indiana, situated on a peninsula created by Fourteen Mile Creek emptying into the Ohio River. It was a recreational area known as Fern Grove in the 1880s, mostly used as a church camp. It was so named due to the many ferns that grew there

Rose of the Prophet
The Rose of the Prophet is a trilogy of fantasy novels by Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weis. Cover art and interior illustrations by Larry Elmore.-Overview:

Rose Schneiderman
Rose Schneiderman was a prominent United States labor union leader, socialist, and feminist of the first part of the twentieth century

Roseann Quinn
Roseann Quinn was an American schoolteacher whose murder inspired Judith Rossner's 1975 novelLooking for Mr. Goodbar, as well as its 1977 film adaptation directed by Richard Brooks

Roseate Spoonbill
The Roseate Spoonbill, Platalea ajaja, is a gregarious wading bird of the ibis and spoonbill family, Threskiornithidae

Roseland Public School
Roseland Public School is a public elementary school located in Windsor, Ontario. Founded in 1913, the school has been expanded repeatedly to meet the needs of a growing population

Roseland, Chicago
Roseland, located on the far south side of the city, is one of the 77 official community areas of Chicago, Illinois. It includes the neighborhoods of Fernwood, Princeton Park, Lilydale, West Chesterfield, Rosemoor, Sheldon Heights and West Roseland

A rosella is one of five to eight species of colorful Australian parrots in the genus Platycercus. Platycercus means "broad-tailed" or "flat-tailed", reflecting a feature common to the rosellas and other members of the broad-tailed parrot tribe

Roselle (plant)
The roselle is a species of Hibiscus native to the Old World tropics, used for the production of bast fibre and as an infusion. It is an annual or perennial herb or woody-based subshrub, growing to tall

Rosemary, , is a woody, perennial herb with fragrant, evergreen, needle-like leaves and white, pink, purple or blue flowers, native to the Mediterranean region. It is a member of the mint family Lamiaceae, which includes many other herbs, and is one of two species in the genus Rosmarinus

Rosemary Barkett
Rosemary Barkett is a federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. Prior to her nomination for that post, she was Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court, where she was the first woman ever to serve on that court.- Background :Barkett has had an unusual career path for a judge

Exanthema subitum , also referred to as roseola infantum , sixth disease and baby measles, or three-day fever, is a disease of children, generally under two years old, although it has been known to occur in eighteen year olds, whose manifestations

Rosetta Stone
The Rosetta Stone is an ancient Egyptian granodiorite stele inscribed with a decree issued at Memphis in 196 BC on behalf of King Ptolemy V. The decree appears in three scripts: the upper text is Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, the middle portion Demotic script, and the lowest Ancient Greek

Rosette Nebula
The Rosette Nebula is a large, circular H II region located near one end of a giant molecular cloud in the Monoceros region of the Milky Way Galaxy

Rosewood, Florida
The Rosewood massacre was a violent, racially motivated conflict that took place during the first week of January 1923 in rural Levy County, Florida, United States. At least six blacks and two whites were killed, and the town of Rosewood was abandoned and destroyed in what contemporary news reports characterized as a race riot

Roskilde Festival
Roskilde Festival is a festival held south of Roskilde in Denmark and is one of the six biggest annual music festivals in Europe . It was created in 1971 by two high school students, Mogens Sandfær and Jesper Switzer Møller, and promoter Carl Fischer

Roslyn, Washington
Roslyn is a city in Kittitas County, Washington, United States. The population was 893 at the 2010 census.-Geography:Roslyn is located at

Ross 154
Ross 154 is a red dwarf star approximately 3.0 pc or 9.68 light years from the Sun. It is the nearest star in the southern constellation Sagittarius, and one of the closest to the Sun

Ross Barnett Reservoir
The Ross Barnett Reservoir is an impoundment of the Pearl River between Madison and Rankin Counties in the U.S. state of Mississippi. The lake serves as the state's largest drinking water resource, and is managed by the Pearl River Valley Water Supply District. The lake features of shoreline impounded on the south by a man-made dam and spillway

Ross Castle
Ross Castle is the ancestral home of the O'Donoghue clan though it is better known for its association with the Brownes of Killarney who owned it until recently

Ross County, Ohio
As of the census of 2000, there were 73,345 people, 27,136 households, and 19,185 families residing in the county. The population density was 106 people per square mile . There were 29,461 housing units at an average density of 43 per square mile

Ross Island
Ross Island is an island formed by four volcanoes in the Ross Sea near the continent of Antarctica, off the coast of Victoria Land in McMurdo Sound.-Geography:

Ross MacManus
Ross MacManus was an English musician and trumpet player, who performed with Joe Loss and his orchestra, and the father of singer Elvis Costello.

Ross Noble
Ross Markham Noble is an English stand-up comedian, brought up in Cramlington, Northumberland, England.Noble rose to mainstream popularity through making appearances on British television, particularly interviews and on celebrity quiz shows such as Have I Got News for You

Rossall School
Rossall School is a British, co-educational, independent school, between Cleveleys and Fleetwood, Lancashire. Rossall was founded in 1844 by St. Vincent Beechey as a sister school to Marlborough College which had been founded the previous year

Rossby wave
Atmospheric Rossby waves are giant meanders in high-altitude winds that are a major influence on weather.They are not to be confused with oceanic Rossby waves, which move along the thermocline: that is, the boundary between the warm upper layer of the ocean and the cold deeper part of the ocean.Rossby waves are a subset of inertial waves.-Atmospheric waves:Atmospheric Rossby

Rossendale is a local government district with borough status. It is made up of a number of small former mill towns in Lancashire, England centered around the valley of the River Irwell in the industrial North West

Rostker v. Goldberg
Rostker v. Goldberg, 453 U.S. 57 , was a decision of the United States Supreme Court holding that the practice of requiring only men to register for the draft was constitutional.