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Ring finger
The ring finger is the fourth digit of the human hand, and the second most ulnar finger, located between the middle finger and the little finger. It is also called digitus medicinalis, the fourth finger, digitus annularis, digitus quartus, or digitus IV in anatomy.- Etymology :According to László A

Ring of Steel
Ring of Steel was an Army recruiting film released sometime in the early 1940s and narrated by Spencer Tracy. The exact date of the film is not certain: Internet Archive.org says 1941, which would explain the lack of any explicit mention of World War II, whereas the Internet Movie Database gives its release date of April 7, 1942.The film uses stock footage with Tracy's voice-over

Ringer
Ringer may refer to:* Ringer, in sports idiom, an impostor, especially one whose pretense is intended to gain an advantage in a competition* Ringer , a Marvel Comics villain* Ringer , an EP by Four Tet

Ringer (EP)
-References: * from the Domino Records website

Ringgit
Ringgit mostly refers to the Malaysian ringgit, which is the local currency in Malaysia, but it can also refer to the Brunei dollar or Singapore dollar in the Malay language. The word ringgit was originally used to refer to the serrated edges of Spanish silver dollars widely circulated in the area before the introduction of their own currency.

Ringing
Ringing may mean:* Ringing , unwanted oscillation of a signal, leading to ringing artifacts;* Ringing , a ringing sound in the ears;* Bird ringing, using numbered small metal leg rings to track birds;

Ringleader (comics)
Ringleader is a fictional character, a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. He first appeared in Captain America #317 and was created by Mark Gruenwald and Paul Neary.-Publication history:

Ringleader (disambiguation)
A ringleader is a leader of a group of people.Ringleader may also refer to:* Ringmaster , the leader of a circus performance* Ringleader , a fictional character in the Marvel Universe

Ringmasters
Ringmasters is a barbershop quartet affiliated with SNOBS ; they received first place gold medals at Nordic Barbershop Quartet Contest in Stockholm , and won the Barbershop Harmony Society International Collegiate Championship in July, 2008 in Nashville, Tennessee

Ringo (game)
Ringo is a two-player abstract strategy board game from Germany. It was possibly invented sometime in the late 19th century or early 20th century. The game simulates a castle siege

Ringo (song)
"Ringo" was a hit single for the Canadian-born actor, Lorne Greene, in 1964.The song's actual sung lyrics are limited to the title word alone, performed by an unidentified male chorus. Throughout the rest of the performance, Greene talks about the legendary gunfighter

Ringo (UK band)
Ringo were an English alternative rock band led by singer and songwriter Tim Keegan, active between 1992 and 1994. Originally known as Railroad Earth, they changed their name to Ringo to avoid confusion with the American band Railroad Jerk

Ringtail
-Mammals:* Ring-tailed Cat, Bassariscus astutus* Ring-tailed Ground Squirrel, Spermophilus annulatus* Ring-tailed Lemur, Lemur catta* Ring-tailed Mongoose, Galidia elegans* Ringtail possums, family Pseudocheiridae

Ringwood (disambiguation)
-Places:United Kingdom*Ringwood, a town in Hampshire, England; in or nearby are:**Ringwood and Fordingbridge Rural District, a former rural district**Ringwood Brewery**Ringwood railway station, a closed railway station**Ringwood Town F.C.United States

Rink
Rink may refer to:* Ice rink, used for ice skating* Ice hockey rink*Curling rink, used to refer to both a curling team and the playing surface*a roller rink, used for roller skating or roller hockey

Rino
Rino may refer to:* Republican In Name Only, a pejorative term for a person believed to not be a true Republican* Rino, a singer-songwriter that performs under CooRie* Rino Romano , Canadian voice actor

Rinse
Rinse may refer to:*Washing*Mouthwash, also known as mouth rinse*Rinse, an unreleased Vanessa Carlton album*Rinse FM, a former pirate radio station*Rinse , a 2003 album by Minotaur Shock

Rio
Rio is the Portuguese word for river and is a common nickname for Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.Rio or Río may also refer to:-Other locations:* Río Bec, Mayan archaeological site* Río Bravo, Suchitepéquez, a town in Guatemala

Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro , commonly referred to simply as Rio, is the capital city of the State of Rio de Janeiro, the second largest city of Brazil, and the third largest metropolitan area and agglomeration in South America, boasting approximately 6.3 million people within the city proper, making it the 6th largest in the Americas, and 26th in the world.The city was the capital of Brazil

Rioja
Rioja or La Rioja may refer to:Spain*Rioja, Almería*La Rioja , a province and autonomous community in northern Spain**Rioja , red and white wines from the province**La Rioja **University of La Rioja

Riot (action figure)
Riot is the name of an action figure from Toy Biz's Venom: Planet of the Symbiotes line based upon the Venom comic books. Riot was an original character created for the toy line and has never appeared in any of the comic books.

Riot (developer)
Riot was one of Nihon Telenet's in-house development teams. They were mainly responsible for the ports of several Telenet games on the PC Engine, such as Browning, Valis, Exile and Xak I & II.-See also:*Nippon Telenet

Riot (disambiguation)
Riot may refer to a number of different topics, including:*Riot, a form of civil disorder*Riot , band*Riot , a song by Three Days Grace*Riot!, the title of the second album by Paramore*Riot , a fictional character

Riot (disambiguation)
Riot may refer to a number of different topics, including:*Riot, a form of civil disorder*Riot , band*Riot , a song by Three Days Grace*Riot!, the title of the second album by Paramore*Riot , a fictional character

Riot (song)
"Riot" is the fourth single from the album One-X by Three Days Grace. This song is about protesting against the negative things in life, and was inspired by vocalist Adam Gontier's anger when he was in rehab for OxyContin addiction. The song was also featured in the video game WWE SmackDown vs

Riot (Telenet Japan)
The Riot subidiary of Telenet Japan was best known for employing graphic artist and later director Eiji Kikuchi, and music composer Michiko Naruke.It came into existence in 1991 when Telenet Japan was expanding in the country

Riot Act
The Riot Act was an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain that authorised local authorities to declare any group of twelve or more people to be unlawfully assembled, and thus have to disperse or face punitive action

RIP
R.I.P. is an abbreviation for rest in peace .R.I.P. or RIP may also refer to:-Biology:*Regulated intramembrane proteolysis, a biochemical process which regulates a semipermeable membrane

Rip
To rip is the act of tearing an object.Rip may also refer to:-Places:* Nioro du Rip, a town in Senegal* The Rip, entrance to Port Phillip from Bass Strait in Victoria, Australia* The Říp Mountain, a mountain in the Czech Republic-People:

Rip (software)
rip is a Perl script that coordinates ripping, encoding, and labeling of audio CD tracks to music files on Unix-like systems like Linux. Current releases support encoding to FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, and MP3.-Dependencies:rip uses a few tools including:

Rip-Off
Rip-Off is a top-down vector shoot 'em up arcade game released by Cinematronics in 1980. It is the first shoot 'em up arcade game to feature cooperative gameplay and to exhibit flocking behavior.-Gameplay:

Ripchord (band)
Ripchord are a four piece band from Wolverhampton. They have been in the public eye since 2004 and have supported acts such as The Kooks, Babyshambles and The Kaiser Chiefs. The band took their name from the Radiohead song ‘Ripcord’ and placed a 'h' in the word.The band are currently signed to 1965 Records

Ripcord (TV series)
Ripcord is an American syndicated television series that ran for 76 episodes from 1961 to 1963 about the exploits of a skydiving operation by the same name.-Overview:

Ripe
Ripe may refer to:* Ripening, especially of fruit* Ripeness in viticulture, how the term "ripe" is used in viticulture and winemaking* RIPE, Réseaux IP Européens* RIPE NCC, the Regional Internet Registry for Europe* Ripeness, a term in law

RIPE
Réseaux IP Européens is a forum open to all parties with an interest in the technical development of the Internet. The RIPE community’s objective is to ensure that the administrative and technical coordination necessary to maintain and develop the Internet continues

Ripe (album)
Ripe is the sixth album by Australian musician Ben Lee, released on 18 September 2007. The first single from the album was "Love Me Like the World Is Ending".

Ripe (film)
Ripe is a 1996 American independent drama film released in 1997. It was the first film written & directed by Mo Ogrodnik & starred Monica Keena & Daisy Eagan.- Plot :

Ripen (album)
Ripen is the second studio album by singer/songwriter Shawn McDonald on Sparrow Records.-Track listing:# I Want To Be Ready – 4:56# The Rider On The White Horse – 2:34# Reason – 5:00# I Am Nothing – 4:48# Free – 3:28# Ramblings Of A Beggar – 1:44

Riposte
In fencing, the riposte is an offensive action with the intent of hitting one's opponent, made by the fencer who has just parried an attack.

Ripped
Ripped may refer to:* Ripped , a Canadian alt rock band* Ripped: How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music, a book by Greg Kot* Ripped, a series of books and DVDs by Clarence Bass- See also :

Ripper
Ripper may refer to:* Jack the Ripper, a pseudonym given to an unidentified serial killer active in the largely impoverished Whitechapel area and adjacent districts of London in the latter half of 1888

Ripper (film)
Ripper is a 2001 Canadian-British horror film, directed by John Eyres. The film stars A. J. Cook and Bruce Payne. It was written and produced by John A. Curtis and Evan Tylor and by production companies Prophecy Entertainment and Studio Eight Productions.- Plot :Molly Keller Ripper (also known as Ripper: Letter from Hell in the United States) is a 2001 Canadian-British horror film, directed by John Eyres. The film stars A. J. Cook and Bruce Payne. It was written and produced by John A. Curtis and Evan Tylor and by production companies Prophecy Entertainment and Studio Eight Productions.- Plot :Molly Keller Ripper (also known as Ripper: Letter from Hell in the United States) is a 2001 Canadian-British horror film, directed by John Eyres. The film stars A. J. Cook and Bruce Payne. It was written and produced by John A. Curtis and Evan Tylor and by production companies Prophecy Entertainment and Studio Eight Productions.- Plot :Molly Keller (A. J

Ripper (hot dog)
Ripper is the slang term for a type of hot dog that is popular in New Jersey. The hot dog is deep fried in oil until the casing bursts, or "rips."

Ripper (racquet)
Ripper is a racquetball racquet. It is labeled with the word titanium, the slogan "Crushing power", the registered trademarks "Wilson", as well as the "U.S.Pat.No.6,935,975". According to the online United States Patent and Trademark Office as of May 11, 2007 there were only two "live" trademarks for the full mark, "Ripper"

Ripper (The Outer Limits)
"Ripper" is an episode of The Outer Limits television show. It first aired on 7 May 1999, during the fifth season.-Introduction:London, 1888. After Dr. Jack York's misdiagnosis ends up costing a patient's life, he has descended into absinthe addiction, and spends his evenings at a brothel. Although tempted, he ignores the women and only reads his book

Ripple
Ripple is the more common name for a capillary wave in fluid dynamics.Ripple can also refer to:* Ripple , a non-profit click-to-donate internet site and search engine* Ripple effect, the socio-educational phenomenon

Ripple (charitable organisation)
Ripple is a non-profit click-to-donate internet site and search engine which passes 100% of its revenue to other charities. Launched on the May 4, 2007, they make their revenue by attaining sponsorship from advertisers in return for delivering users who will see their advertisements.The co-founders of Ripple are Jehan Ratnatunga, Matthew Tilleard, Mack Nevill and Simon Griffiths

Ripples (song)
Ripples... is a song from Genesis' 1976 album A Trick of the Tail. Musically, it is a slow piece with prominent 12-string guitar and piano

Ripsaw
Ripsaw was a Duluth, Minnesota newspaper published from 1917 to 1926 and again from 1999 to 2005. In its original incarnation, the paper was a scandal sheet with a reputation for muckraking, sensationalism and criminal libel

Riptide (novel)
Riptide is a novel written by Lincoln Child and Douglas Preston published in 1998 by Warner Books.The novel revolves around a plot to retrieve the buried treasure of nefarious pirate Red Ned Ockham. The treasure, which is estimated to be worth close to two billion dollars, reputedly includes "St

Ris
Ris may refer to the following places:* Remote Installation Services* Ris, Puy-de-Dôme, a commune in the Puy-de-Dôme department, France* Ris, Hautes-Pyrénées, a commune in the Hautes-Pyrénées department, France* Ris, Norway

RIS (file format)
RIS is a standardized tag format developed by Research Information Systems, Incorporated to enable citation programs to exchange data.It is supported by a number of reference managers

Risanamento
Risanamento is a name given to the large scale re-planning of Italian cities following unification. Particular examples are the Risanamento of Florence and Naples.

Risc PC
The RiscPC was Acorn Computers's next generation RISC OS/Acorn RISC Machine computer, launched on 15 April 1994, which superseded the Acorn Archimedes. The Acorn PC card and software allows PC compatible software to be run.

Rise
Rise or RISE may refer to:* Moving up-Music:* A type of melodic motion* Rise Records, a record label* Rise, an alias used by Paul Oakenfold and Steve Osborne-Albums:

Rise (A Circle song)
-Rise:1985 debut single from 80's group Into A Circle, credited here as In Two A Circle*12" Rise, And In Flames, Gabriel-Sleeve Notes:Nevermore a piece in our memory. Will to go on, will crucify, will caress..

Rise (Anew Revolution Album)
Rise is the first full-length debut album from Anew Revolution. The album was released on April 15th, 2008 via Koch Records. The songs "Rise", "Let Go" and "Saddest Song" return from the Revolution EP while "True Faith" returns from its original MySpace page incarnation. All reappearing songs have been re-recorded for the album."Done" is set to be the first single

Rise (Daryl Braithwaite album)
Rise is an album by Daryl Braithwaite released in 1990. The album reached No. 3 on the Australian ARIA Charts.-Track listing:#"Rise" Rise is an album by Daryl Braithwaite released in 1990. The album reached No. 3 on the Australian ARIA Charts.-Track listing:#"Rise" Rise is an album by Daryl Braithwaite released in 1990. The album reached No. 3 on the Australian ARIA Charts.-Track listing:#"Rise" (P. Read, D

Rise (EP)
-Track listing:# "Going Through Changes" – 4:04# "Rise" – 3:56# "Come Out" – 4:10# "Saved Your Life" – Demo Version 3:45# "Watch for Snakes" – Demo Version 4:01

Rise (Herb Alpert album)
-History:The Rise album was conceived in 1979 after the worldwide success of both the 7" & 12" version of the single "Rise," which became a huge hit song on sales charts, radio, and in dance clubs throughout America, Europe, and Japan.

Rise (Herb Alpert song)
"Rise" is a song written by Andy Armer and Randy "Badazz" Alpert, and first recorded by trumpeter Herb Alpert. The instrumental track was included on Alpert's solo album Rise and released as a single in 1979. It reached number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in October of that year and remained in the top position for two weeks

RISE (magazine)
ESPN HS is a high school sports magazine published monthly during the school year in 25 markets around the United States. Founded as SchoolSports magazine in in 1997, the publication changed its name to RISE in 2006 and was purchased by ESPN in January 2008

Rise (Public Image Ltd. song)
"Rise" is a single released by post-punk group Public Image Ltd in 1986. It was the first single from their fifth studio album, Album.Written by John Lydon about the issue of apartheid in South Africa, which was a very prevalent issue in the 1980s

Rise (Star Trek: Voyager)
"Rise" is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the nineteenth episode of the third season.-Plot:Voyager helps a planet with asteroid problems. Tuvok and Neelix crash-land on the planet and attempt to fix a maglev space elevator. Several problems arise due to other aliens stuck aboard the elevator as well

Rise (The Answer album)
-Personnel:*Cormac Neeson - Lead vocals*Paul Mahon - Guitar*Micky Waters - Bass*James Heatley - Drums-Special Edition:A special edition version of the album was released on 17 June 2007 under the name "Rise: Special Edition"

Rise From The Ashes
"Rise from the Ashes" is the first single of the band Quietdrive. It runs 2:59 and is written by Kevin Truckenmiller. It did not get onto any charts.-Personnel:*Kevin Truckenmiller: vocals*Matt Kirby: Rhythm Guitar, backing vocals

Rise Up
Rise Up may refer to the popular activist phrase meaning "to speak against". It may also refer to:Music*"Rise Up" , 1983 Canadian pop song by Parachute Club*Rise Up , a 2010 album by Cypress Hill