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Rain (Joe Jackson album)
Rain is a 2008 album by Joe Jackson. It was released by Rykodisc on 28 January 2008 in the UK and one day later in the U.S.Like its predecessor Volume 4, it featured members of the 'Joe Jackson Band', this time minus guitarist Gary Sanford

Rain (The Cult song)
"Rain" is a song by The Cult from their Love album. It was briefly known as "Sad Rain" during its recording, and the lyrics were reportedly inspired by a Hopi rain dance. Ultimately it was the second single released from that album following She Sells Sanctuary

Rain check
- General :* Rain check, a new ticket for the make-up game if a baseball game is started but does not reach the point of becoming official: now in general use as an agreement for a merchant to provide to a customer an out-of-stock sale item at a later date

Rain Delay (essay)
Rain Delay is an essay by Bill James included in his 1988 Baseball Abstract. In the essay, two baseball fans discuss the best players in baseball during a Rain Delay

Rain shadow
A rain shadow is a dry area on the lee side of a mountainous area. The mountains block the passage of rain-producing weather systems, casting a "shadow" of dryness behind them. As shown by the diagram to the right, the warm moist air is "pulled" by the prevailing winds over a mountain

Rain Shadow (TV series)
Rain Shadow is an Australian television drama series which premiered on 7 October 2007 on ABC TV. It aired on Sundays at . The six-part series was produced by Southern Star

A rainbow is an optical and meteorological phenomenon that causes a spectrum of light to appear in the sky when the Sun shines on to droplets of moisture in the Earth's atmosphere. It takes the form of a multicoloured arc

Rainbow (1978 film)
Rainbow is a television movie about the early life of actress Judy Garland that first aired in 1978 on American television.- Plot :The early life and struggles of Judy Garland , and of the film star's trials as a youngster in dealing with the movie studio system that held her back while her mother was forever pushing her to excel.- Cast :*Andrea McArdle as Judy

Rainbow (1996 film)
Rainbow is a 1996 family adventure film directed by Bob Hoskins, written by Ashley Sidaway and Robert Sidaway and starring Bob Hoskins, Terry Finn, Jacob Tierney, Saul Rubinek and Dan Aykroyd

Rainbow (Boris collaborative album)
-Drag City release:-Inoxia 2-LP release:-Personnel:* Takeshi - guitar, bass, vocals * Wata - guitar, glockenspiel, vocals * Atsuo - drums, percussion* Michio Kurihara - guitar-Pressing History:

Rainbow (Elisa song)
"Rainbow" is a song written by Elisa, the song was the second single from the album Then Comes the Sun and the first single released from the American album Dancing published in 2008.The song was a hit in Italy.

Rainbow (Girl Guides)
A Rainbow Guide is a member of a section of some Guiding organisations who is between the ages of 5 and 7 . Exact age limits are slightly different in each organisation

Rainbow Bridge (album)
-Non album tracks that appear in the film:*"Bleeding Heart" Released on War Heroes in 1972.

Rainbow Bridge (Kansas)
The Rainbow Bridge is an old bridge over Brush Creek approximately two miles west of Riverton, Kansas on former U.S. Route 66, now a county road. The bridge is a single-span concrete Marsh arch bridge and is the sole surviving bridge of this type on the entire length of the former highway. Two other Marsh arch bridges were also located on US 66 in Kansas, both over the Spring River

Rainbow Kiss
Rainbow Kiss is a play by Scottish writer Simon Farquhar. It was first staged at the Royal Court Theatre in London in April 2006, having been chosen to occupy the theatre's 50th Anniversary slot.

Rainbow Theatre (Finsbury Park)
The Rainbow Theatre is a Grade II*-listed building, in the Finsbury Park area of North London. Built as a cinema in 1930, it later became well known as a music venue and is now a Pentecostal church.-Cinema:

Rainbows (Alice Nine song)
"Rainbows" is the 13th maxi single by Alice Nine. It was released on August 6, 2008 in three different versions

Raincloud can refer to:* Nimbus cloud* Raincloud , by the Lighthouse Family* Little Black Rain Cloud, song

Raincloud (song)
"Raincloud" is a song by the Lighthouse Family, released as the duo's first pop single for their second album Postcards from Heaven . The song was produced by Mike Peden. It was released as the second in September 1997 and reached the top 10 in the United Kingdom.With "Raincloud", another song called "From a Desert to a Beach" was included

A raincoat is a waterproof or water-resistant coat worn to protect the body from rain. The term rain jacket is sometimes used to refer to raincoats that are waist length. A rain jacket may be combined with a pair of rain pants to make a rain suit.Modern raincoats are often constructed of breathable, waterproof fabrics such as Gore-Tex and coated nylons

Rainforest (novel)
Rainforest is a 1987 novel by Jenny Diski about a young female English academic whose ambitions are to lead a sane and sensible life and to contribute to humankind's understanding of the natural world but who eventually has a mental breakdown when faced with too many people surrounding her who, driven by desire and lust, behave irrationally, indifferently, and irresponsibly towards

Rainmaker (album)
Rainmaker is the second studio album released by the hard rock band Fair Warning.-Track listing:All songs written by Ule W. Ritgen except where noted.# "The Heart of Summer" – 3:45# "Don't Give Up" – 4:11 # "Burning Heart" – 3:53

Rainmaker (Album)
Rainmaker is YFriday's debut album. Released in 1999 before the band went full time the album contains the well known track "Holy, Holy, Holy".-Track listing:# Shine # Holy, Holy, Holy # Closer # Part of Me

Rainmaker (Kevin Moore album)
Rainmaker is the 1980 debut album by Kevin Moore, now more commonly known as Keb' Mo'. The album features the songs "Rainmaker" and "Anybody Seen My Girl" which were each re-released in Moore's later releases Slow Down and Keb' Mo respectively.

Rainy refers to an abundance of rain. It may also refer to:*Rainy season, a specific time of year with when most of a region's average annual rainfall

Rainy Day (Fool's Garden song)
"Rainy Day" is the third and final single from the album Go and Ask Peggy for the Principal Thing by German pop band Fool's Garden. It was released in 1998.-Track listing:#Rainy Day #Rainy Day

Raipur (disambiguation)
Raipur is the capital city of the Indian state of Chhattisgarh.Raipur may also refer to:Localities* Raipur district, Chhattisgarh, India* Raipur Village, Madhya Pradesh, a satellite town near Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India

Raipur (Lok Sabha constituency)
-Members of Parliament:*1980: Vidya Charan Shukla, Indian National Congress*1984: Keyur Bhushan, Indian National Congress*1989: Ramesh Bais, Bharatiya Janata Party*1991: Vidya Charan Shukla, Indian National Congress*1996: Ramesh Bais, Bharatiya Janata Party

Raise is a fell in the English Lake District. It stands on the main spine of the Helvellyn range in the Eastern Fells, between Thirlmere and Ullswater.-Topography:

Raise (album)
Raise is the first studio album by the British alternative rock band, Swervedriver. The album only contained six new songs; "Son of Mustang Ford", "Rave Down" and "Sandblasted" had all appeared on earlier EPs and singles released by the band between 1990 to 1991.-Track listing:# "Sci-Flyer" # "Pile-Up" # "Son of Mustang Ford" # "Deep Seat" # "Rave

Raise Hell
Raise Hell is a thrash metal band from Stockholm, Sweden. The group changed names several times in their early history; their first demo, 1997's Nailed, was released under the name In Cold Blood, a name they abandoned for Raise Hell after signing with Nuclear Blast--which they did while still in their teens

Raisins are dried grapes. They are produced in many regions of the world. Raisins may be eaten raw or used in cooking, baking and brewing

Raising may refer to:*Raising , a syntactic construction*Raising , a change in a vowel towards a closer articulation*Raising , a metalworking technique

Raison (cigarette)
RAISON is a cigarette produced by KT&G. RAISON is one of the most popular cigarettes in South Korea.-Lineup:-export:

Raivo is the second EP by Finnish rock band CMX. It is seen as their heaviest, most aggressive hardcore recording. One song, "Hiki", made it to their 1997 compilation album Cloaca Maxima. The Raivo EP, along with Johannes Kastaja, is included on the 2002 re-release Kolmikärki Gold.- Track listing :All songs by A. W

Raj and Rajya mean "royalty" or "kingdom" in many Sanskrit and Hindu languages, and may refer to:- Indian history :*British Raj, the British Empire in India

Raja (1995 film)
Raja is an Indian Bollywood movie released on 22 June 1995, starring Madhuri Dixit, Sanjay Kapoor, Paresh Rawal, Mukesh Khanna and Dalip Tahil. The film was Sanjay Kapoor's second film after his debut Prem with Tabu in Bollywood. Prem was a flop, but this film, though penned by critics to have many flaws did excellent business in Bollywood

Raja (album)
Raja is the third studio album by Finnish thrash metal band Stam1na. It was released on February 15, 2008.-Track listing:# "Hammasratas" "Cogwheel"# "Susi-ihminen" "Wolf-human"# "Muistipalapelit" "Memory Jigsaw"

Raja (genus)
Raja is a genus of skates in the family Rajidae, containing nearly thirty species. They are flat-bodied cartilaginous fish with a rhombic shape due to their large pectoral fins extending from or nearly from the snout to the base of their tail. Their sharp snouts produced by a cranial projection of rostral cartilage. The mouth and gills located on underside of the body

Rajab is the seventh month of the Islamic calendar. The lexical definition of Rajaba is "to respect", of which Rajab is a derivative.This month is regarded as one of the four sacred months in Islam in which battles are prohibited

Rajah (comics)
Rajah is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:Rajah first appeared in Super-Villain Team-Up #8 , and was created by Steve Englehart and Keith Giffen. The character subsequently appears in Incredible Hulk #292 .-Fictional character biography:Kabir Mahadevu is an elephant trainer and rider from India

Rajana is a suburb of Toba Tek Singh, Punjab, is 12KM from district city Toba Tek Singh towards Kamalia City. []-References:

Rajat is a Hindi word which means silver in English.It may also refer to:* Rajat Gupta, Scientist & Technical Officer at CDAC R&D* Rajat Kapoor, actor and director* Rajit Kapur, actor* Rajat Gupta, businessman* Rajat Neogy, writer

Rajo may refer to:*Rajo, Syria, a village in Syria*Rajo Jack, an American racecar driver*Rajo Motor and Manufacturing, a company that manufactured Model T cylinder heads

Rake may refer to:* Rake , a horticultural implement, a long-handled tool with tines* Rake or hay rake, a farm implement* Rake or castor angle – various fork offset angles in bicycle and motorcycle geometry

Rake (band)
Rake was an art rock/noise rock musical ensemble from Northern Virginia , founded in 1989. Not aligned with the post-punk/hardcore bands more commonly associated with the local underground music scene, Rake took a more experimental route and were more closely associated with fellow Virginia-based bands Pelt and Wingtip Sloat

Rakes may refer to:* Joel Rakes , American musician* The Rakes, an English indie rock band

A rale may refer to:*Rales, lung sounds*An instrument, see List of Caribbean membranophones

Raleigh (Amtrak station)
The Raleigh Amtrak Station, located in Raleigh, North Carolina, is served by three passenger trains, the Silver Star, Piedmont and Carolinian. The street address is 320 West Cabarrus Street, and is located just to the southwest of downtown Raleigh.

The rails, or Rallidae, are a large cosmopolitan family of small to medium-sized birds. The family exhibits considerable diversity and the family also includes the crakes, coots, and gallinules

Rally refers to a gathering, as in:* Political rally, a demonstration, march, or parade* Pep rally, an event held at a United States school or college sporting eventRally as a sports term can also refer to:* Rallying, a category of motorsport

Ralph may refer to:* Ralph , masculine given name, literally "wolf counsel"People:* Ralph the Timid , pre conquest Norman earl of Hereford* Ralph Percy, 12th Duke of Northumberland , British peer

Ralph (name)
Ralph is an English, Scandinavian and German male given name, derived from Old Norse Raðulfr through Old English Rædwulf and the longer form Radulf

-Animals:*Ram, an uncastrated male sheep*Ram cichlid, a species of freshwater fish endemic to Colombia and Venezuela-Military:*Battering ram*Ramming, a military tactic in which one vehicle runs into another

Ram (Bible)
Ram is a figure in the Hebrew Bible. He is the son of Hezron and ancestor of King David.His genealogical lineage and descendants are recorded in , and at In the New Testament, his name is given as Aram and Arni.

Ram (company)
Ram is a Japanese visual novel studio under Visual Art's that specializes in the production of adult visual novels. To date, the company has released three games, two in two versions each

Rama is a first-person adventure game developed and published by Sierra Entertainment in 1996. The game is based on Arthur C. Clarke's books Rendezvous with Rama and Rama II and supports both DOS and Windows 95. It is the second Rama game to be produced

Rama or full name Ramachandra is considered to be the seventh avatar of Vishnu in Hinduism, and a king of Ayodhya in ancient Indian

Rama (Gaul)
Rama or Rame was an ancient town in Gallia Narbonensis, which the Itineraries fix on the road between Ebrodunum and Brigantium . D'Anville says that there is a place called Rame on this road near the Durance, on the same side as Embrun and Briançon, and at a point where a torrent named Biesse joins the Durance

Rama (people)
The Rama are an indigenous people of Nicaragua. The 900 ethnic Rama live within a thirty mile radius of the Rama Cay island on the Caribbean coastline.The Rama are hunters, fishers and agriculturalists growing mainly bananas and white cacao beans.

Ramadan (disambiguation)
Ramadan can refer to:* Ramadan, the Muslim religious observance* Ramadan * a minor Kazakh Jüz "horde", numbering ca. 5,000

-See also:*List of towns and villages in Tibet

The word Ramazan is used to refer to several different things:*People:** Ramazan Tavşancıoğlu, Australian football player** Ramazan Kurşunlu, Turkish football player** Ramazan Ramazanov, Russian kickboxer

Rambler may refer to:* Rambler Rose a species of rose native to eastern Asia, in China, Japan and Korea.* Rambler and Nash Rambler, American automobile brands made by Thomas B

Rambo (1985 video game)
Rambo is a 1985 video game based on the film Rambo: First Blood Part II. It was produced by Platinum Productions and published by Ocean Software for the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, and Commodore 64.

The rambutan is a medium-sized tropical tree in the family Sapindaceae, and the fruit of this tree. It is native to Vietnam, Indonesia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and elsewhere in Southeast Asia, although its precise natural distribution is unknown. It is closely related to several other edible tropical fruits including the lychee, longan, and mamoncillo