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Rambutan (cryptography)
Rambutan is a family of encryption technologies designed by the Communications-Electronics Security Group , the technical division of the United Kingdom government's secret communications agency, GCHQ.

Rame (Caradon)
Rame is a hamlet between Rame Head and the village of Cawsand in South East Cornwall. It is situated on the Rame Peninsula. Rame means the high protruding cliff, or possibly, the ram's head.

Rame (Falmouth)
Rame is a small hamlet approximately three miles west of Penryn and five miles north-east of Helston in Cornwall. It is located on the A394.

Ramekin
A ramekin or ramequin, also known as a bouillon bowl, is a small glazed ceramic or glass serving bowl used for the preparation and serving of various food dishes

Ramena
Ramena is a town and commune in Madagascar. It belongs to the district of Antsiranana II, which is a part of Diana Region. The population of the commune was estimated to be approximately 4,000 in 2001 commune census. Only primary schooling is available.

Ramesh
Ramesh is a common Hindu name. Ramesh means Preservor or the One who saves from Danger. Rama+Eesha, Rama = Lakshmi hence, Ramesh would refer to Lord Vishnu, the protector

Ramez
Ramzi Khoury , also known as RAmez, is a French Lebanese rap artist singing in French, English and Arabic. In 2007 at a time where few people believed French Rap had a place in the Middle East, Ramez makes it to the NRJ Lebanon Top 100 by reaching number 24 with his hit song Leich Heik Baladé a song mixing French and Arabic and alongside international

Ramification
In mathematics, ramification is a geometric term used for 'branching out', in the way that the square root function, for complex numbers, can be seen to have two branches differing in sign

Ramification (botany)
In botany, ramification is the divergence of the stem and limbs of a plant into smaller ones, i.e. trunk into branches, branches into increasingly smaller branches, etc. Gardeners stimulate the process of ramification through pruning, thereby making trees, shrubs and other plants bushier and denser.Short internodes In botany, ramification is the divergence of the stem and limbs of a plant into smaller ones, i.e. trunk into branches, branches into increasingly smaller branches, etc. Gardeners stimulate the process of ramification through pruning, thereby making trees, shrubs and other plants bushier and denser.Short internodes In botany, ramification is the divergence of the stem and limbs of a plant into smaller ones, i.e. trunk into branches, branches into increasingly smaller branches, etc. Gardeners stimulate the process of ramification through pruning, thereby making trees, shrubs and other plants bushier and denser.Short internodes (the section of stem between nodes, i.e

Ramjet (disambiguation)
Ramjet may refer to:*Ramjet, the high speed propulsion engine free of moving parts*Ramjet , a character in the Transformers toyline*Ramjet , a superhero and member of Dynamo 5

Ramo
A ramo was a warrior-leader among certain tribes on Malaita in the Solomon Islands. A ramo was recognized when he had killed an adversary in personal combat, and established an intimidating reputation

Ramona (1910 film)
Ramona is a 1910 short drama film directed by D. W. Griffith based on Helen Hunt Jackson's 1884 novel Ramona. A copy of the print survives in the Library of Congress film archive.-Cast:* Mary Pickford - Ramona* Henry B. Walthall - Alessandro

Ramona (1916 film)
Ramona is a 1916 drama film directed by Donald Crisp, based on Helen Hunt Jackson's 1884 novel Ramona. The film is considered to be lost.

Ramona (1928 film)
Ramona is a 1928 silent drama film directed by Edwin Carewe, based on Helen Hunt Jackson's 1884 novel Ramona. It starred Dolores del Rio and Warner Baxter.

Ramona (1936 film)
Ramona is a 1936 Technicolor drama film directed by Henry King, based on Helen Hunt Jackson's 1884 novel Ramona. This was the third adaptation of the film, and the first one with sound

Ramona (disambiguation)
Ramona is an 1884 novel by Helen Hunt Jackson.Ramona may also refer to:- Arts and entertainment :* Adaptations of Jackson's novel:** Ramona , directed by D. W

Ramona (song)
"Ramona" is a 1928 song, with lyrics written by L. Wolfe Gilbert and music by Mabel Wayne.-History:It was created as the title song for the 1928 adventure film-romance Ramona . The song was used again in the 1936 remake of the movie

Ramona (vocalist)
Ramona Davies, usually billed as Ramona and her Grand Piano, was a cabaret singer and pianist, most popular in the 1930s.Born Estrild Raymona Myers on March 11, 1909 in Lockland, Ohio, was vocalist and pianist for Paul Whiteman's Orchestra from 1932-1937. She played mildly jazz-influenced piano and sang songs in a deep-voiced, sophisticated style

Ramose (TT55)
The Ancient Egyptian noble, Ramose was Governor of Thebes and Vizier under both Amenhotep III and Akhenaton. His tomb is located in the Sheikh Abd el-Qurna – part of the Theban Necropolis, on the west bank of the Nile, opposite to Luxor, and is notable for the high quality decorations in both the traditional and Amarna styles.

Ramp
- Science and technology :* Inclined plane, a simple machine* Wheelchair ramp, an alternative to stairs* Ramp function, in mathematics the integral of the unit step function* Receptor activity-modifying protein , a class of protein

RAMP
RAMP was an American soul/jazz band from Cincinnati, Ohio. RAMP has mistakenly been said to stand for "Roy Ayers Music Production" and "Roy Ayers Music Project", but Ayers was not a member, though he did write and produce songs on their debut album.

Ramp (band)
Ramp is a Portuguese heavy metal band. They began their career in 1989.Their heavy metal is more similar to that which is played in America, rather than its European counterpart. They are often called the "Portuguese Metallica".

Ramp up
Ramp up is a term used in economics and business to describe an increase in firm production ahead of anticipated increases in product demand. Alternatively, ramp up describes the period between product development, and maximum capacity utilization, characterized by product and process experimentation and improvements.Ramp up typically occurs when a company strikes a deal with a

Rampage
Rampage may refer to:* Rampage , an American rapper* Dodge Rampage, a subcompact, unibody pickup truck* Rampage , a video game series.

Rampage (Alabama Adventure)
Rampage is a wooden roller coaster located at Alabama Adventure in Bessemer, Alabama. It opened on May 23, 1998.-History:Construction of the coaster would commence in the fall of 1997, and the ride would celebrate its topping out ceremony on December 2, 1997. The name Rampage was selected as the winner of a name that ride contest in December 1997

Rampage (comics)
Rampage, in comics, may refer to:* Rampage , a Marvel Comics supervillain* Rampage , a DC Comics superheroine* Rampage , a Transformers character who has appeared in a number of comics

Rampage (documentary)
Rampage is a 2006 documentary by Australian war artist, George Gittoes. The film follows the lives of three brothers living in Miami's notorious brown sub ghettos.

Rampage (Marvel Comics)
Stuart Clarke is a comic book character in the Marvel Comics universe, an ex-supervillain who first fought as Rampage against the short-lived Champions team. He is an ally of the Punisher, replacing Microchip.-Fictional character biography:

Rampart
- Places :* Ramparts of Quebec City, the only remaining fortified city walls in the Americas, north of Mexico* Rampart, Alaska, a village** Rampart Airport, near the village** Rampart Canyon, on the Yukon River, named for the village

Rampur (Lok Sabha constituency)
Rampur Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 80 Lok Sabha constituencies in Uttar Pradesh state in northern India.-Assembly segments:Presently, Rampur Lok Sabha constituency comprises five Vidhan Sabha segments. These are:

Ramrod
A ramrod is a device used with early firearms to push the projectile up against the propellant . It is also commonly referred to as a "scouring stick"

Ramrod (disambiguation)
Ramrod may refer to:*Ramrod, a device used with early firearms to push the projectile up against the propellant -Management:* Ramrod, a ranch or cattle drive trail foreman, usually the first or second person in charge.

Ramrod (Marvel Comics)
Ramrod is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Fictional character biography:The man named Ramrod was a foreman on an offshore oil rig. He was turned into a cyborg by corrupt attorney Kerwin J. Broderick and Moondragon, using the advanced technology of Titan. He was given a steel skeleton and superhuman strength

Ramrod (song)
"Ramrod" is a song written and performed by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band for his fifth album, The River, released in 1980. It was recorded at The Power Station in New York in June or July 1979. The song was actually written earlier and recorded for Springsteen's Darkness on the Edge of Town album, but that recording was not used for its release on The River

Ramsey (given name)
Ramsey is a given name, and may refer to:* Ramsey Campbell , British writer of horror fiction* Ramsey Clark , American lawyer and political activist; 66th United States Attorney General

Ramsey (surname)
Ramsey is a surname, and may refer to:* Baron de Ramsey, a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, created in 1887* Aaron Ramsey , Welsh footballer* Alexander Ramsey , American politician; second governor of Minnesota

Ramsey (UK Parliament constituency)
Ramsey was a parliamentary constituency in Huntingdonshire, which elected one Member of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.

Ramshackle
Ramshackle was an electronic dub group that released two albums and collaborated with such artists as Steve Winwood, Jah Wobble, and Maxi Jazz. They released two albums, "Depthology" and "Chin on the Kerb" in the 1990s and a remixed version of their song, "Eyes, Lips, Body" was included on the Hackers soundtrack.-Former members:* Ben Chapman: Beats, Production* Steve Roberts: Vocals,

Ramstein-Miesenbach (Verbandsgemeinde)
Ramstein-Miesenbach is a Verbandsgemeinde in the district of Kaiserslautern, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. The seat of the Verbandsgemeinde is in Ramstein-Miesenbach.

Ramus
Ramus can refer to:* A branch* A portion of a bone , as in the Ramus of the mandible or Superior pubic ramus* A nerve ramus such as the Dorsal ramus of spinal nerve* Petrus Ramus

Rana
Rana may refer to:In education:* Rana Institute of Higher Education, AfghanistanIn entertainment and sports:* Rana , forthcoming Indian film* Moon , the moon Rána in Tolkien's Middle-earth

Rana (name)
Rana is a title, and family name of particular Rajputs in the Indian subcontinent.- Other Rana :

Rance
is a series of Japan-exclusive eroge computer role-playing games by Alice Soft featuring the title character, Rance. Starting in 1989, the series has lasted for 20 years, making it one of the longest running adult themed games ever.-Rance:

Ranch
A ranch is an area of landscape, including various structures, given primarily to the practice of ranching, the practice of raising grazing livestock such as cattle or sheep for meat or wool. The word most often applies to livestock-raising operations in the western United States and Canada, though there are ranches in other areas

Ranchi (Lok Sabha constituency)
Ranchi Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 14 Lok Sabha constituencies in Jharkhand state in eastern India. This constituency covers parts of Seraikela Kharsawan and Ranchi districts.-Assembly segments:

RANCID
RANCID is a network management application.-See also:*Network management system *Console Server*Router*Switch-External links:* Joe Abley and Stephen Stuart: Internet Software Consortium presentation

Rancid (film)
Rancid is a 2004 Swedish thriller film in English, written by Jesper Ersgård and directed by Jack Ersgard.

Rand
-Places:*The Witwatersrand, ridge that runs through Gauteng, South Africa, which includes the East Rand and West Rand areas*Rand, New South Wales, small town in Australia*Rand, Lincolnshire, small village in Lincolnshire, England

RAND
RAND Corporation is a nonprofit global policy think tank first formed to offer research and analysis to the United States armed forces by Douglas Aircraft Company. It is currently financed by the U.S. government and private endowment, corporations including the healthcare industry, universities and private individuals

Randa
Randa may refer to:*Jrarrat, Kotayk, Armenia, formerly Randa ;*Randa, Djibouti ;*Randa, Switzerland ;*Randa rockslides of 1991 ;*Randa summit in baleares islands.

Randall (given name)
Randall, , is a masculine given name in the English language. Its modern use as a given name originates from the transferred use of the English–language surname Randall. There are two explanations for the derivation of this surname

Randall (surname)
-Etymology:Randall or Randolph are both derived from the Old English Randwulf or Old Norse Randólfr , from rand "the rim of a shield" and wulf "wolf", a kenning meaning "hunter or enemy of the shield", i.e

Rando
Rando may refer to:* Rando Ayamine , manga artist* Rando , a fictional character from the anime and manga series YuYu Hakusho* slang for a random person

Randolph (Amtrak station)
Randolph is a train station in Randolph, Vermont, served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. The only train that serves the station is the Vermonter, which operates between St. Albans, Vermont and Washington, D.C. The station also contains a local restaurant

Random (song)
"Random" is a song by the Cebuano rock band Hastang. The song's lyrics was written by Julie Ann "Yanyan" Redoble, with the melody and music written by lead singer Tessa Manto and bass player Guile Canencia. The musical arrangement of the song is credited to Hastang

Randomness
Randomness has somewhat differing meanings as used in various fields. It also has common meanings which are connected to the notion of predictability of events.

Rands
Rands is the pen name and alter ego of Michael Lopp , a webcomic author, software engineering manager, and blogger. Lopp originally used the name "Rands" as his chat room handle; it became the name of his "grey"-styled alien character in his webcomic Jerkcity, and it is his persona when writing about software management

Randy
Randy is both a pet name, and a given name in the English language. It is both a masculine name and a feminine name. The masculine name was originally derived from the names Randall, Randolf, and also Andrew. The feminine name may have originated from the masculine Randy, or it may have originated as a pet form of Miranda

Ranee
Ranee can be:*an alternative spelling of Rani *HMS Ranee - a British escort carrier

Rang
Rang is a 1993 Bollywood film directed by Talat Jani and starring Jeetendra, Amrita Singh, Kamal Sadanah, Ayesha Jhulka and Divya Bharti in one of her last film appearances

Range
-In mathematics:* Range , the set of all output values produced by a function* Interval , also called a range, a set of real numbers that includes all numbers between any two numbers in the set

Range (computer science)
In computer science, the term range may refer to one of three things:# The possible values that may be stored in a variable.# The upper and lower bounds of an array.# An alternative to iterator.-Range of a variable:

Ranger
-Law enforcement:* Arizona Rangers* California State Rangers* Colorado Mounted Rangers* Council ranger, a type of officer in Australia* Newfoundland Rangers* New Mexico Rangers* Pakistan Rangers, a Pakistani paramilitary force* Texas Ranger Division

Ranger (Farthing Wood)
Ranger is a character in The Animals of Farthing Wood, a fox from White Deer Park and the son of Scarface and Lady Blue. Ranger is the most peaceful of Scarface's cubs. He meets Charmer by the stream and is immediately attracted to her

Ranger (Girl Guide)
A Ranger or Ranger Guide is a member of a section of some Guiding organisations who is between the ages of 14 and 25. Exact age limits are slightly different in each organisation. It is the female-centred equivalent of the Rover Scouts-Early history:

Ranger (ride)
A Ranger is a HUSS manufactured inverting pendulum ride, first manufactured in 1981. Many of the design elements were later used in the HUSS Rainbow, and the term 'Ranger' has become synonymous with inverting pendulum rides

Rangers (band)
The Rangers is a Czech pop folk band formed in 1964 by Milan Dufek and Antonín Hájek, playing country music as well. Its classical ensemble consisted of Milan Dufek , Antonín Hájek , Miroslav Řihošek, Jan Vančura , Jiří Veisser, and Radek Tomášek

Ranges
Ranges - Lev. 11:35. Probably a cooking furnace for two or morepots, as the Hebrew word here is in the dual number; or perhapsa fire-place fitted to receive a pair of ovens. 2 Kings 11:8

Rangifer
Rangifer may refer to:* Rangifer , generic name of the scientific name of Reindeer* Rangifer ; a scientific journal about reindeer husbandry research* Rangifer ; the Reindeer, an obsolete constellation

Ranging
Ranging is a process or method to determine the distance from one location or position to another location or position. Another term for this method is lateration, see unilateration