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Revolution (Crematory album)
Revolution is the eighth studio album by Crematory, distributed through Nuclear Blast Records, and the first release after the band's 3 year dissolution

Revolution (disambiguation)
A revolution is a drastic political or social change that usually occurs relatively quickly. Revolution may also refer to:-Computing:*Revolution , a dynamically-typed programming language also known as Transcript

Revolution (EP)
Revolution is a 2003 EP by the UK band One Minute Silence.-Track listing:# "Revolution "# "Into Our Own "# "Rise And Shine "# "1845 "

Revolution (Hopkins/Howe song)
"Revolution" is the name of a song performed by the London psychedelic rock group Tomorrow. It was first released on a single in the U.K. by Parlophone in September 1967 and later on the group's self titled album Tomorrow in February 1968. The song is credited to Keith Alan Hopkins and Steve Howe

Revolution (In the Summertime?)
"Revolution " is a song by the Scottish rock band Cosmic Rough Riders. Released in 2001, it was one of two Top 40 hits for the band that year, along with "The Pain Inside".-Track listing:# "Revolution "# "Move Along"

Revolution (Jars of Clay song)
"Revolution" is a song written and performed by Jars of Clay. The song is the third of four radio singles released in promotion of the band's The Eleventh Hour

Revolution (Judas Priest song)
"Revolution" is a song on the album Angel of Retribution, by the heavy metal band Judas Priest. It was their first single since 1992's "Night Crawler" to enter in the US reached #23 in the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.

Revolution (Sister Machine Gun album)
[R]evolution is an album by industrial rock band Sister Machine Gun.# Libertad# Carbon Copy# Got To Be# Smash Your Radio!# Transient One# Transient Two# Closer To Me# Wrong# Vibrator# Autoloader# Strange# Bring You Down [Take You Higher]

Revolution (The Dubliners album)
Revolution is the title of the tenth album by The Dubliners. It was their second to be produced by Phil Coulter. This was a landmark in their career. Their sound had developed and Coulter, as well as playing piano on the record, had brought in other instrumentalists as well

Revolution (Tiësto album)
Revolution is a double disc album by trance DJ/producer DJ Tiësto, released on May 7, 2001. Disc one is labeled Darkside, while the second CD is labeled Brightside.-Disc One :

Revolutionary (comics)
The Revolutionary is a fictional superhero published by Marvel Comics. He first appeared in Avengers: The Initiative Annual #1 , and was created by Dan Slott, Christos Gage and Patrick Scherberger.-Fictional character biography:

Revolutions (X-Ecutioners album)
Revolutions is the third studio album by hip hop group, The X-Ecutioners. The album was released on June 8, 2004 for Sony Records and was produced by the three members of the X-Ecutioners. The album was semi-successful making it to #118 on the Billboard 200 and #50 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Three singles were released "Live from the PJs", "Like This" and "Back to Back"

Revolver is the fourth studio album by Swedish metal band The Haunted. This album merges the raw blueprint of their self-titled debut with the slightly more refined and produced sound evident on their subsequent albums.

Revolver (band)
Revolver were a London based guitar band in existence from 1990–1994, comprising Mat Flint , Hamish Brown and Nick Dewey

Revolver (Lewis Black album)
Revolver is an EP of outtakes made during the recording sessions of Lewis Black's first album, The White Album.The title is a reference to the album Revolver by the Beatles

Revolver (TV series)
Revolver was a British music TV series on ITV that ran for one series only, of eight episodes, in 1978.It was produced by ATV. The series producer was Mickie Most, who was inspired to make the programme after he saw an interview with Top of the Pops producer Robin Nash, in which he boasted that TOTP was a music programme that the whole family could enjoy together

Revolving door (disambiguation)
A Revolving door is a type of building entrance. It may also refer to:* Revolving Door , a negative television commercial made for the 1988 United States Presidential Campaign* The Revolving Door, a 1968 documentary film

Revolving door (politics)
The revolving door is the movement of personnel between roles as legislators and regulators and the industries affected by the legislation and regulation and on within lobbying companies. In some cases the roles are performed in sequence but in certain circumstances may be performed at the same time

Revontulet was a Finnish language communist weekly newspaper published in Luleå, Sweden from May 1921 to April 1924. Sven Linderot was the editor of the paper.

Revs (Graffiti Artist)
Revs is the tag name of a New York graffiti artist whose wheat paste stickers, roller pieces, murals, sculptures, and spray-painted diary entries have earned him over the course of two decades the reputation of an artist provocateur

A reward may refer to:*Bounty , reward, often money, offered as an incentive*Reward website, website that offers rewards for performing tasks-Science:

REWE is a supermarket chain in Germany and part of the Cologne-based REWE Group. REWE have more than 15,000 stores and 211,000 employees world wide.Their catchphrase is "Jeden Tag ein bisschen besser."

Rewind (FLAME album)
Rewind is the second solo album from Christian hip hop artist Flame, released on December 6, 2005.-Track listing:

Rewind (Paolo Nutini song)
"Rewind" is the third single from Scottish singer/songwriter Paolo Nutini, which was released on December 4, 2006. It was taken from his debut album, These Streets, and was the follow-up to his hits "Last Request" and "Jenny Don't Be Hasty". The single missed the top 20 but gave him his third consecutive top 30 hit single on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number 27

Rewind (radio program)
Rewind is a Canadian radio program broadcast by CBC Radio One.Hosted by Michael Enright, the series presents archived recordings of CBC Radio's history.-External links:*

Rewind (Stereophonics song)
"Rewind" is the fourth single from rock band the Stereophonics taken from the their fifth album Language. Sex. Violence. Other?. It was released in November 2005. It reached #17 in the UK charts.The song is track 6 on Language. Sex. Violence

Rewind (Transformers)
Rewind is a fictional character from the Transformers universes. He is an Autobot historian who works under the commander of the communications officer Blaster.-Transformers: Generation 1:

Rewind (TV series)
Rewind was a Canadian television news series, which aired overnights on CP24. The series repeated past newscasts from Citytv Toronto.Citytv and CP24 were owned by CHUM Limited until July 2007, when CP24 and the rest of the CHUM Limited properties were sold to CTVglobemedia, while the Citytv stations were sold to Rogers Media

Rewind (video)
Rewind is a DVD by Welsh rock trio Stereophonics released in 2007. It contains over three hours of live and documentary footage spanning their entire career; from pre-Stereophonics years to their signing to V2 Records in 1996, to the present day in 2006

Rewind (William Sleator novel)
Rewind is a science fiction novel written in 1999 by William Sleator. It explores maturity and self confidence.- Plot summary :The main character is Peter, an 11-year-old boy. The stage is first set at his funeral, where he recalls that he was killed by his neighbor's car. Then he hears a mysterious voice

Rework is the term for the refinishing operation or repair of an electronic printed circuit board assembly. Mass processing techniques are not applicable to single device repair and/or replacement, so specialized techniques are required to replace defective components – most notably area array packages such as Ball grid array devices.- Reasons for rework

Rework can be used in the following contexts:* Rework , the process of removing a component from a printed circuit board and then re-soldering it back on

ReWorked is a remix album by singer and drag queen RuPaul. The album contains remixed tracks from his previous albums, including Red Hot, and Supermodel of the World.-Track listing:- US bonus tracks :

Rewrite may refer to one of the following:*Rewrite , the act or result of writing new source code to replace an existing program

Rewrite (programming)
A rewrite in computer programming is the act or result of re-implementing a large portion of existing functionality without re-use of its source code. When the rewrite is not using existing code at all, it is common to speak of a rewrite from scratch

Rewrite (visual novel)
is a Japanese visual novel developed by Key that was released on June 24, 2011 as a DVD playable on a Microsoft Windows PC and is rated for all ages. Rewrite is Key's ninth game, along with other titles such as Kanon, Air, and Clannad

In mathematics, computer science, and logic, rewriting covers a wide range of methods of replacing subterms of a formula with other terms. What is considered are rewriting systems

- People :* Rex , for people with the given name "Rex"* Rex , for people with the surname "Rex"- Places :* Rex, Georgia, an unincorporated community in Clayton County, United States

- People :* Rex , for people with the given name "Rex"* Rex , for people with the surname "Rex"- Places :* Rex, Georgia, an unincorporated community in Clayton County, United States

Rex (band)
Rex was an American Indie rock band formed in 1994 . Rex was considered one of the most important and influential slowcore bands and released three albums and one EP on Southern Records, as well as a collaboration with Red Red Meat on Perishable Records

Rex (horse)
Rex, also known as Rex the Wonder Horse and King of the Wild Horses, was a 16 hands Morgan stallion who starred in films and film serials in the 1920s and 30s.

Rex (Live at the Fillmore)
Rex is the thirteenth album by Keller Williams, recorded live on February 8, 2006 at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, Colorado.

Rex (musical)
Rex is a musical with music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick and libretto by Sherman Yellen, based on the life of King Henry VIII.-Production history:

Rex (video game)
Rex is a shoot 'em up video game published by Martech in 1988 for the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC.-Gameplay:The player controls Rex, a 'rino-sapien' mercenary, hired to eliminate the humans that have built a Great Tower in a place called Zenith. Action takes place in a flip-screen platformed cavern complex – Rex can jump, shoot and activate a shield to block incoming attacks

Rey means "king" in Spanish and Occitan, derived from the Latin rex. It is used as a surname throughout the world. It is also used as a given name for both males and females, sometimes as an alternative to Raymond

Reynard is the subject of a literary cycle of allegorical French, Dutch, English, and German fables largely concerned with Reynard, an anthropomorphic red fox and trickster figure.-Etymology of the name:Theories about the origin of the name Reynard are:

-Places:In the United States:*Reynolds, California**Reynolds, Marin County, California**Reynolds, Mendocino County, California**Reynolds, Tulare County, California* Reynolds, Georgia* Reynolds, Illinois* Reynolds, Indiana* Reynolds, Nebraska

Reynolds (surname)
Reynolds is a surname in the English language. There are two major lineages of the surname, Irish and English. Among the earliest recorded use of the surname is from the early 14th century; Walter Reynolds ‎of Worcester, England.-Irish Reynolds:

RFT may refer to:* Renal function test - an indication of the state of the kidneys* IBM Rational Functional Tester - an automated software testing tool* Relational frame theory - a psychological theory* Regulatory focus theory - a psychological theory

-Organizations:* Royal Gibraltar Regiment, a regiment of the British military, the abbreviation is used in conjunction with rank, e.g. Captain, R.G.* Direction centrale des renseignements généraux , the intelligence service of the French Police* Iraqi Republican Guard, an Iraqi military force under Saddam Hussein* R & G Financial Corporation -Organizations:* Royal Gibraltar Regiment, a regiment of the British military, the abbreviation is used in conjunction with rank, e.g. Captain, R.G.* Direction centrale des renseignements généraux (aka Renseignements Généraux), the intelligence service of the French Police* Iraqi Republican Guard, an Iraqi military force under Saddam Hussein* R & G Financial Corporation -Organizations:* Royal Gibraltar Regiment, a regiment of the British military, the abbreviation is used in conjunction with rank, e.g. Captain, R.G.* Direction centrale des renseignements généraux (aka Renseignements Généraux), the intelligence service of the French Police* Iraqi Republican Guard, an Iraqi military force under Saddam Hussein* R & G Financial Corporation (aka RG Financial or

RH, Rh, rH, or rh can stand for:* Riemann hypothesis, an important unsolved problem in mathematics* Ryan's Hope, a soap opera* Rhesus factor, a classification to describe blood types in humans* Rhodium, a chemical element

Rhabdomancy is a type of divination by means of any rod, wand, staff, stick, arrow, or the like.One method of rhabdomancy was setting a number of staffs on end and observing where they fall, to divine the direction one should travel, or to find answers to certain questions. It has also been used for divination by arrows - otherwise known as belomancy

Rhachis is a genus of land snail, gastropod in the Cerastidae family.- Species :It contains the following species:* Rhachis comorensis* Rhachis sanguineus

Rhapsodies may refer to:* Rhapsodies, Op. 79 , a solo piano piece* Rhapsodies , a 1979 album by British rock keyboardist Rick Wakeman

Rhapsodomancy is an ancient form of divination performed by choosing through some method a specific passage or poem from which to ascertain information.

Rhapsody may refer to:* Rhapsody , an enthusiastic instrumental composition of indefinite form* A work of epic poetry, or part of one, that is suitable for recitation at one time

Rhapsody (album)
Rhapsody was Ben E. King's eleventh album and tenth studio album, and his third record with Atlantic Records.Many of the tracks in this album appear on the Let Me Live In Your Life album. Rhapsody is not easily found online and is made 60% obsolete with the newer album a year later

RHD may refer to:* Rabbit haemorrhagic disease, a disease caused by the Rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus* Red Hand Defenders, an illegal paramilitary organisation in Northern Ireland* "Remove hidden data" tool in Microsoft Office Word

-Animals:* Rhea , a large flightless bird of southern South America* Dendropsophus rhea, a tree frog-In mythology:* Rhea , a Titan in Greek mythology* Rhea Silvia, in Roman mythology the mother of the twins Romulus and Remus

Rhein may refer to* the German word for the Rhine, a major river in Europe* Rhein , a substance in the anthraquinone group found in rhubarb* Rhein, Saskatchewan, a community in Canada

Rheology is the study of the flow of matter, primarily in the liquid state, but also as 'soft solids' or solids under conditions in which they respond with plastic flow rather than deforming elastically in response to an applied force.

Rhesus can refer to any of the following:* Rhesus of Thrace, a king in Greek mythology* S. Vivianus Rhesus, a Roman governor of Thrace* In Greek mythology, a river-god, son of Oceanus and Tethys

Rhetorical question
A rhetorical question is a figure of speech in the form of a question posed for its persuasive effect without the expectation of a reply. Rhetorical questions encourage the listener to think about what the answer to the question must be. When a speaker states, "How much longer must our people endure this injustice?", no formal answer is expected

Rheum is thin mucus naturally discharged as a watery substance from the eyes, nose or mouth during sleep . Rheum dries and gathers as a crust in the corners of the eyes or mouth, on the eyelids, or under the nose

Rheumatism or rheumatic disorder is a non-specific term for medical problems affecting the joints and connective tissue. The study of, and therapeutic interventions in, such disorders is called rheumatology.-Terminology: