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Riesling
Riesling is a white grape variety which originated in the Rhine region of Germany. Riesling is an aromatic grape variety displaying flowery, almost perfumed, aromas as well as high acidity. It is used to make dry, semi-sweet, sweet and sparkling white wines. Riesling wines are usually varietally pure and are seldom oaked

RIFE
RIFE is a content management framework designed for rapid web application development in Java, without using J2EE.RIFE's design blends together in a consistent component object model two approaches, request-based and component-based

Rife
Rife is a live album by Foetus Corruptus released in 1988. It is an official bootleg, initially released by J. G. Thirlwell with no record label credit. This album was released in three formats: a two-LP set on black vinyl, a two-LP picture disc set, and a CD

Rife (disambiguation)
Rife is a live album by Foetus Corruptus.Rife may also refer to:People:* John Winebrenner Rife , Republican member of the U.S

RIFF
The Resource Interchange File Format is a generic file container format for storing data in tagged chunks. It is primarily used to store multimedia such as sound and video, though it may also be used to store any arbitrary data.

Riff (band)
Riff is a R&B vocal group from New Jersey, formed while its members were in high school. The ensemble began under the name Playboys in the late 1980s, with a style strongly influenced by doo wop.

Riff (disambiguation)
Riff, RIFF, or Riffs might refer to:* Riff, a short, repeated musical phrase* Riff, a song by the DJ Sander van Doorn* Riff, the leader of the Jets in West Side Story* Riff, the nickname for the Detroit Radio Station WRIF

Riffle
A Riffle is a short, relatively shallow and coarse-bedded length of stream over which the stream flows at higher velocity and higher turbulence than it normally does in comparison to a pool.

Riffraff (1936 film)
Riffraff is a 1936 film starring Jean Harlow and Spencer Tracy. The movie was written by Frances Marion, Anita Loos, and H. W. Hannaford, and directed by J. Walter Ruben.-Plot:

Riffs (album)
"Riffs" is the twenty-sixth studio album by the English rock group "Status Quo", released in 2003. Ten tracks were cover versions of pop and rock standards, the other five were re-recordings of songs they had previously issued during the 1970s

Rifle
A rifle is a firearm designed to be fired from the shoulder, with a barrel that has a helical groove or pattern of grooves cut into the barrel walls. The raised areas of the rifling are called "lands," which make contact with the projectile , imparting spin around an axis corresponding to the orientation of the weapon

Rift
In geology, a rift or chasm is a place where the Earth's crust and lithosphere are being pulled apart and is an example of extensional tectonics.

Rift (disambiguation)
A rift is a geological occurrence where the Earth's crust and lithosphere are being pulled apart.Rift may also refer to:* Cardiff Rift, a fictional spacetime breach in the television series Doctor Who and Torchwood

Rift Valley
In order of specificity, Rift Valley can refer to:*a rift valley in general*the Great Rift Valley*the Rift Valley fever*the valley of the East African Rift*Rift Valley Province, Kenya and border with Uganda

Rig
Rig may refer to:* Rig, Something that a dog pulls when Mushing* Rig, a slang term referring to a tractor unit* Drilling rig, a structure housing equipment used to drill or extract oil from underground* Gaming rig, a PC built for high-performance gaming

Rigatoni
Rigatoni is a form of tube-shaped pasta of varying lengths and diameters. It is larger than penne and ziti and sometimes slightly curved. Rigatoni is usually ridged, and the tube's end is square-cut like ziti, not diagonal like penne.

Rigger
Rigger may refer to:* One who attends to the rigging of a sailing ship* Rigger , those who tend rigging in stage performance * Rigger , specializing in moving large/heavy objects* Parachute rigger

Rigging
Rigging is the apparatus through which the force of the wind is used to propel sailboats and sailing ships forward. This includes masts, yards, sails, and cordage.-Terms and classifications:

Right
Rights are legal, social, or ethical principles of freedom or entitlement; that is, rights are the fundamental normative rules about what is allowed of people or owed to people, according to some legal system, social convention, or ethical theory

Right (disambiguation)
Right may refer to:* Right , the relative direction opposite of left* Right , the ethical concept opposite of wrong* Right , a political categorizationRights may refer to:

Right angle
In geometry and trigonometry, a right angle is an angle that bisects the angle formed by two halves of a straight line. More precisely, if a ray is placed so that its endpoint is on a line and the adjacent angles are equal, then they are right angles

Right as Rain
Right as Rain is a 2001 crime novel by George Pelecanos. It is set in Washington DC and focuses on private investigator Derek Strange and his new partner Terry Quinn

Right fielder
A right fielder, abbreviated RF, is the outfielder in baseball or softball who plays defense in right field. Right field is the area of the outfield to the right of a person standing at home plate and facing towards the pitcher's mound

Right Now (1962 song)
"Right Now" is an uptempo 1962 jazz/pop song with music by Herbie Mann and lyrics by Carl Sigman. As a jazz instrumental, it was the title track of a 1962 bossa nova-style album by Mann

Right Now (Atomic Kitten song)
"Right Now" is the debut single by Atomic Kitten, for their debut album Right Now with Katona's vocals appearing on the 2000 version of the album with Frosts version appearing on the 2001 version and the groups 2004 Greatest Hits album.-Song information:

Right Now (Melle Mel album)
Right Now is an album by former Furious Five members, Grandmaster Mele Mel and Scorpio. The album was released on April 8, 1997 for Str8 Game Records and was produced by Mele Mel and Scorpio. The album was a critical and commercial failure and did not make it to the billboard charts. Two singles were released "Mama" and "Mr

Right Now (Rushlow album)
Right Now is the only album released by the American country music band Rushlow, a band fronted by former Little Texas vocalist Tim Rushlow. Right Now produced two singles for the band on the Hot Country Songs charts: "I Can't Be Your Friend" at #16 and "Sweet Summer Rain" at #42. Additionally, the title track was later recorded by Dean Miller on his 2005 album Platinum

Right Now (Wizz Jones album)
Right Now is the 1972 album by the pioneer British Folk musician Wizz Jones. The album was produced by John Renbourn, who also played instruments on the album

Right of way (shipping)
A right of way in shipping means a collection of all sailing rules on the water roads. It concerns passing, overtaking and priority.In the bigger sense, the right of way concerns also using the lights, signs and signals, the behaviour of sailors during bad weather condition and all of the rules of being a sailor.Several sets of rules have been published

Right On
Right On may refer to:*Right On , 1970*Right On , 1970*Right On , a Canadian youth television series*Right On

Right On (Marvin Gaye song)
"Right On" is a 1971 song written by Earl DeRouen and Marvin Gaye and produced by Marvin, who issued the song on his landmark album, What's Going On

Right on the Money
"Right on the Money" is a single by American country music singer Alan Jackson. Released in 1998 as the second single from his CD, High Mileage, and co-written by Phil Vassar, the song became Jackson's sixteenth number-one single on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.-Content:The song is in the key of E-flat major. Jackson's vocals range from B♭3 to E♭5

Right whale
Right whales are three species of large baleen whales consisting of two genera in the family Balaenidae of order Cetacea. Their bodies are very dark gray or black and rotund.

Right whale (disambiguation)
Right whale may refer to:Baleen whale taxa:* the taxonomic family Balaenidae which consists of two genera Eubalaena and the Balaena * the genus Eubalaena or any of the three species currently recognized in that genus:

Righteous (album)
Righteous is the 1994 debut release by North Carolina funk band DAG.Produced by Grammy nominee and local record producer & songwriter, John Custer, this work of 1970s-style solid beats and creative imagination received terrific reviews. A quote from VIBE Magazine hailed the album as "...one of the best funk records since 1978

Righteousness
Righteousness is an important theological concept in Zoroastrianism, Hinduism , Judaism, Christianity and Islam

Rigid
In mathematics, a rigid collection C of mathematical objects is one in which every c ∈ C is uniquely determined by less information about c than one would expect.

Rigidity
Rigid or rigidity may refer to:*Stiffness, the property of a solid body to resist deformation, which is sometimes referred to as rigidity*Structural rigidity, a mathematical theory of the stiffness of ensembles of rigid objects connected by hinges

Rigor mortis
Rigor mortis is one of the recognizable signs of death that is caused by a chemical change in the muscles after death, causing the limbs of the corpse to become stiff and difficult to move or manipulate

Rigor Mortis
Rigor mortis is one of the recognizable signs of death.It may also refer to:*Rigor Mortis , a song by Cameo*Rigor Mortis , the thrash metal band*Rigor Mortis , the BBC Radio 4 comedy series

Rigour
Rigour or rigor has a number of meanings in relation to intellectual life and discourse. These are separate from public and political applications with their suggestion of laws enforced to the letter, or political absolutism

Rih
The horn - - is an instrument that was popular in Eastern Ukraine, with between three and six fingerholes, or sometimes none. Usually they were made from a cylindrical reed with a cow's horn to form the bell. The mouthpiece usually has a single reed although occasionally double reed instruments can be found.-Sources:*Humeniuk, A

Riha
Riha could refer to any of the following items.*Riha - an Assamese traditional garment*Rīḥā or Arīḥā - a city in Syria*Şanlıurfa - a city in Turkey*RIHA - The Management System of State Information System of Estonia

Riha (garment)
Riha is part of a three piece Assamese traditional garment worn with the Mekhela chador.

Riis
-People:*Asbjørn 'Bear' Riis, Danish professional wrestler*Bjarne Riis , Danish former professional road bicycle racer, now the team owner and manager of Danish UCI ProTour outfit Team CSC*Fredrik Riis , Norwegian county governor

Riisu
Riisu is Finnish industrial metal band Ruoska's second album, and was released on September 9 2003. There were no music videos for this album.-Track listing:#Elon tiellä - 3:18#Puhe - 3:57#Darmstadt - 3:32

RIK
RIK may refer to:* Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation* Carrillo Airport in Carillo, Costa Rica

Riley
- Animals :* Riley , an American Thoroughbred racehorse* Rileyasuchus, "Riley's crocodile," a genus of phytosaur from the Rhaetian of England- Canada :* Riley Park-Little Mountain, a neighborhood in Vancouver, British Columbia

Riley (crater)
Riley is a crater on Venus.The crater is in diameter. The floor of the crater is 580 metres below the plains surrounding the crater. The crater's rim rises 620 metres above the plains and 1,200 metres above the crater floor. The crater's central peak is 536 metres high

Riley (given name)
Riley is a given name derived from the Irish surname Ó Raghallaigh or O'Reilly. One source gives its meaning as "courageous.". Another source gives the meaning of Riley as "rye clearing" from a surname that originated with an Old English place name.

Riley (surname)
Riley is a surname of English or Irish origin. The English version derives from the Old English words rye, and leah . The Gaelic version is Ó Raghallaigh.It may refer to:*Andy Riley , British writer and cartoonist

Rill
A Rill can be a:*1.) natural fluvial topographic feature;*2.) functional constructed channel to carry a water supply from a water source some distance away;*3.) aesthetic garden water feature.-Natural:

Rim
Rim may refer to:* Rim , the sharp circular edge which surrounds the coin design* Rim , the part of a crater that extends above the height of the local surface

Rim (novel)
Rim: A Novel of Virtual Reality, often shortened to Rim , was Alexander Besher's first novel. Set in the near future where virtual reality has dominated the economy and popular culture , commercial space travel is commonplace, and orbiting space hotels surpass the complexity of even the International Space Station, it follows the story of

Rim (wheel)
The rim of a wheel is the outer circular design of the metal on which the inside edge of the tire is mounted on vehicles such as automobiles. For example, on a bicycle wheel the rim is a large hoop attached to the outer ends of the spokes of the wheel that holds the tire and tube.In the 1st millennium BC an iron rim was introduced around the wooden wheels of

Rima
Rima, also known as Rima the Jungle Girl, is the fictional heroine of W. H. Hudson's 1904 novel Green Mansions: A Romance of the Tropical Forest. In 1974, she was adapted into a comic book character and featured in the short-lived monthly series Rima the Jungle Girl, published by DC Comics

Rima (disambiguation)
Rima, also known as "Rima the Jungle Girl", was a Victorian-novel heroine.Rima may refer to:Geography:* Rima River, a river in Nigeria* Rima or Rimava, a river in Slovakia* Rima, Ras al-Khaimah, United Arab Emirates, a settlement

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

Rime
Rime is a coating of ice:*Hard rime, white ice that forms when water droplets in fog freeze to the outer surfaces of objects, such as trees*Soft rime, similar to hard rime, but feathery and milky in appearance

RIMI
RIMI is a grocery store chain with 279 retail outlets throughout Norway. The chain is owned by ICA, but can trace itself back to 1977 when it was founded as RIMI 500 by Stein Erik Hagen.

Rimini (album)
Rimini is the name of an album released by Italian singer/songwriter Fabrizio De André. It was first issued in 1978 on Ricordi and then re-released by BMG

Rimini (disambiguation)
Rimini is a city in Italy.Rimini may also refer to:*Francesca da Rimini, a character in Dante's Inferno*A.C. Rimini 1912, an Italian association football club*Rimini , by Fabrizio De André*The Angeli-Rimini reaction

Rina
-Organisations:RINA is an acronym for*The Royal Institution of Naval Architects.*The Registro Italiano Navale, the Italian Shipping Register-People and fictional people:

Rind
Rind may refer to:*Peel *Pork rind*Rind , a giantess in Norse mythology*Rind, Armenia, also Rrind*Rind et al. controversy, about a study on child sexual abuse*Rind , a tribe in Baluchistan

Rinda (disambiguation)
Rinda may refer to*Rinda , a person in Norse mythology, sometimes called Rindr*Rinda , an implementation of a tuple space in Ruby programming language

Ring
Ring may refer to:*Ring , a decorative ornament worn on fingers, toes, or around the arm or neck-Computing:* Ring , a layer of protection in computer systems

Ring (song)
"Ring" is the thirtieth single by B'z, released on October 4, 2000. This song is one of B'z many number-one singles in Oricon charts. It was the drama Asu o Dakishimete's theme song.