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-Places:Brazil* Rondônia, a state in BrazilGreece* Ro, Greece, an island in Dodecanese Prefecture, South AegeanItaly* Ro, Emilia–Romagna, a comune in the Province of FerraraRomania* Romania, ISO 3166-1 country code

Ro is an a priori constructed language created by Rev. Edward Powell Foster beginning in 1904. In Ro, words are constructed using a category system. For example, all words starting with "bofo-" signify colors; the word for red is "bofoc", and yellow is "bofof"

-Animals:* Cockroaches* Roach , including** Certain members of family Cyprinidae** the genus Rutilus*** Common Roach ** the California Roach of the monotypic genus Hesperoleucus-Other:

Road (sports)
Road game , more commonly known as an away game, is a reference to all cities and stadia/arenas/fields/venues where an athletic team plays games for which it is not the host. Most professional teams represent cities or towns and amateur sports teams often represent academic institutions

Road Movie (disambiguation)
Road movie often refers to a cinematic genre in which the action takes places during a road journey. It may also refer to:-Films and video:* Road to..., the seven-film comedy series starring Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, and Dorothy Lamour

Road rage
Road rage is an aggressive or angry behavior by a driver of an automobile or other motor vehicle. Such behavior might include rude gestures, verbal insults, deliberately driving in an unsafe or threatening manner, or making threats. Road rage can lead to altercations, assaults, and collisions which result in injuries and even deaths

Road Rage (song)
"Road Rage" is a single that was released by the Welsh band Catatonia in 1998. It reached #5 on the UK Singles Chart. The song features on the Catatonia album International Velvet.

Road Rovers
Road Rovers is an American 2D animated television series written and produced by Warner Bros. Animation that premiered on Kids' WB on September 7, 1996. It lasted one season and ended on February 22, 1997. Reruns continued to air until September 6, 1997. It was then on Cartoon Network from February 7, 1998 until 2000

Road Rovers
Road Rovers is an American 2D animated television series written and produced by Warner Bros. Animation that premiered on Kids' WB on September 7, 1996. It lasted one season and ended on February 22, 1997. Reruns continued to air until September 6, 1997. It was then on Cartoon Network from February 7, 1998 until 2000

Road to Ruin (Ramones album)
Road to Ruin is the fourth studio album by the American punk rock band The Ramones. It was released on September 22, 1978 through Sire Records

A roadblock is a temporary installation set up to control or block traffic along a road. The reasons for one could be:*Roadworks*Temporary road closure during special events*Police chase*Robbery*Sobriety checkpoint

Roadhouse (facility)
A roadhouse is a commercial establishment typically built on a major road or highway, to service passing travellers. Its meaning varies slightly by country.-USA:

RoadKill is a video game of the action genre released in 2003 by Midway Games. The game has been described by Midway as “the only mission-based combat driving game set in a post-apocalyptic world.” Indeed, RoadKill’s gameplay features many characteristics of famous automotive combat franchises such as Twisted Metal with the attitude of Grand Theft Auto; however, despite

Roadkill (album)
Roadkill is a live album released by the band Manilla Road in 1988 on Black Dragon Records.-LP Version:# "Dementia" – 3:08# "Open the Gates" – 2:15# "Mystification" – 5:25# "The Deluge" – 7:21# "Masque of the Red Death" – 5:06# "Witches Brew" – 5:21

Roadrunners are birds of the genus Geococcyx.Roadrunner or Road Runner may also refer to:* Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner, an animated character based on the bird** The Road Runner Show, compiled cartoons including the character

Roadrunner (Jonathan Richman song)
"Roadrunner" is a song written by Jonathan Richman and recorded in various versions by Richman and his band, in most cases credited as The Modern Lovers.Critic Greil Marcus described it as "the most obvious song in the world, and the strangest"

Roads (novel)
Roads is a short novel by author Seabury Quinn. It was published by Arkham House in 1948 in an edition of 2,137 copies. It was Arkham House's first illustrated book and the author's first hardcover.

Many things may be found along the roadside. These include:* Roadside attractions* Roadside memorials* Japanese Roadside Stations- Music :* Roadside Monument, a defunct US-based rock band* "Roadside", a song by Rise Against from The Sufferer & the Witness

A roadster is a two-seat open car with emphasis on sporty handling and without a fixed roof or side weather protection. Strictly speaking a roadster with wind-up windows is a convertible but as true roadsters are no longer made the distinction is now irrelevant

Roadster (disambiguation)
A Roadster may refer to:*A Roadster automobile*Roadster *Roadster *Eunos Roadster*Tesla Roadster*Smart Roadster*Triumph TR1 / 20TSIn video games:

Roadster (horse)
Roadster is a type of driving competition for horses and ponies where the horse and exhibitor appear in equipment similar to that used in harness racing. It is derived from the historical use of certain horses hitched to light carts that traveled quickly from one place to another, often racing on ordinary dirt roads, hence the name

Real-time optimally adapting mesh , is a continuous level of detail algorithm that optimizes terrain meshes. On modern computers, sometimes it is more effective to send a small amount of unneeded polygons to the GPU, rather than burden the CPU with LOD calculations—making algorithms like geomipmapping more effective than ROAM

"Roam" was the fourth single from The B-52's' 1989 hit album Cosmic Thing, following " Cosmic Thing," "Channel Z," and "Love Shack." Roam was a number-three hit on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in January 1990. The vocals are sung by Kate Pierson and Cindy Wilson.The Discovery Channel used 'Roam' in its own television commercials throughout the late 1990s

Roan may refer to:*a roan, a valley that curves upward.*Battle of Roan's Tan Yard, an action during the American Civil War*John Roan school, a comprehensive secondary school in Blackheath, South-East London

Roar may refer to :*Roar , a sound produced by certain animals such as lions and tigers* Roar, the King's College London student newspaper*Brisbane Roar FC, an Australian football club

Roar (animal)
A roar is a deep, bellowing outburst of sound forced through an open mouth. It is produced by animals of certain species. A roar is usually made using hyoid, a small bone which is not completely rigid in adults. Animals roar for various reasons, including territorial proclamation, communication with other members, and anger.

Roar (UK TV series)
Roar is a programme broadcast on CBBC, in the UK, for children. It is presented by Rani Price and Johny Pitts.-Format:It is about the animals and keepers at Howletts and Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks

Roast beef
Roast beef is a dish of beef which is roasted in an oven. Essentially prepared as a main meal, the leftovers can be and are often served within sandwiches and sometimes is used to make hash

Rob or ROB may refer to:*The shortened form of Robert or Robin*R.O.B., an abbreviation of "Robotic Operating Buddy", an accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1985*ROB 64, an important robot character in the Star Fox series

Robbie can be a given name as well as a surname. It is usually encountered as a nickname or a shortened form of Robert or Robin. The name experienced a significant rise in popularity in Northern Ireland in 2003.

Robbie (disambiguation)
Robbie or Robby may refer to:*Robbie , by Isaac Asimov*Robbie , a series of railway safety films for UK schools

A robe is a loose-fitting outer garment. A robe is distinguished from a cape or cloak by the fact that it usually has sleeves. The English word robe derives from Middle English robe , borrowed from Old French robe , itself taken from the Frankish word *rouba , and is related to the word rob

, also known as Ryōben, was a Japanese Buddhist monk of the Kegon sect, and clerical founder of the Tōdai-ji temple in Nara, Japan. He is popularly known as the .

The name Robert is a Germanic given name, from hrod "fame" and beraht "bright". It is also in use as a surname.After becoming widely used in Continental Europe it entered England in its Old French form Robert, where an Old English cognate form had existed before the Norman Conquest

Robert (d. 1271)
Robert was a 13th century prelate based in the Kingdom of Scotland. He was successively Archdeacon of Ross and Bishop of Ross; he is the second Robert to have held the bishopric of Ross.

Roberta (1935 film)
Roberta is a 1935 musical film by RKO starring Irene Dunne, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, and Randolph Scott. It was an adaptation of a 1933 Broadway theatre musical of the same name, which in turn was based on the novel Gowns by Roberta by Alice Duer Miller

Roberta (disambiguation)
Roberta is a 1933 Broadway musical.Roberta may also refer to:* Roberta In entertainment:* Roberta , an adaptation of the Broadway play starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers

Roberto (horse)
Roberto was an American-bred Thoroughbred Champion racehorse who competed in Ireland and England.-Background:Roberto was bred by Galbreath at his Darby Dan Farm near Lexington, Kentucky. The son of the successful sire Hail To Reason out of the dam Bramalea, Roberto's grandsire was Turn-To, a descendant of Nearco, and his damsire was the U.S. Hall of Famer, Nashua

- Places :United States* Roberts, Idaho* Roberts, Illinois* Roberts, Wisconsin* Roberts County, Texas* Mount Roberts , a summit in the Ossipee Mountains- Other uses :* Roberts class monitor, a class of British warship

Robin may refer to:* Robin , a common given name and a surname.It may also refer to:- Birds:Most birds called "robins" belong to the superfamily Muscicapoidea:* European Robin

Robin (answering machine)
The Robin is the sales name for the BT Answering Machine number 202A or 202B. It was released by British Telecommunications plc in 1985 and manufactured by Team Concepts International Ltd .

Robin (The Hooded Man)
"Robin " is the first single released by Irish group Clannad from their 1984 album Legend. This song was the theme tune to the ITV drama Robin of Sherwood and heralded Clannad's effectiveness in soundtrack.-Track listing:

Robin Hood (1912 film)
Robin Hood is a 1912 film made by Eclair Studios when it and many other early film studios in America's first motion picture industry were based in Fort Lee, New Jersey at the beginning of the 20th century.The movie's costumes feature enormous versions of the familiar hats of Robin and his merry men, and uses the unusual effect of momentarily superimposing the image of a different

Robin Hood (1953 TV series)
Robin Hood was produced in 1953 by the BBC, during which time these episodes were transmitted live and then re-acted the following Saturday or Sunday in order for a repeat to be shown

Robin Hood (album)
Robin Hood is a CD containing the incidental music soundtrack to the BBC television series Robin Hood. Composed by Andy Price, the music is performed by the Danubia Symphony Orchestra and was performed at the Budapest Opera House, production of the series having been based near Budapest. The CD was released mid-way through the programme's first series in November 2006.

Robin Hood (ballet)
Ballet created by choreographer and artistic director Paul Vasterling for the Nashville Ballet in 1998. The full-length ballet is in two acts and contains the music of Erich Wolfgang Korngold. Although Korngold wrote music to the movie The Adventures of Robin Hood no music from the film is used in the ballet

Robin Hood (disambiguation)
Robin Hood is a famous English folk hero and legendary outlaw.Robin Hood may also refer to:Film:*Robin Hood , a silent film starring Robert Frazer*Robin Hood , a silent film starring Douglas Fairbanks

Robin Hood (passenger train)
The Robin Hood is one of the four flagship named passenger trains operated by East Midlands Trains inherited from Midland Mainline in the UK. There are two trains named the "Robin Hood"; the 0750 train from Nottingham to London, St. Pancras on weekday mornings, and the 1615 train from London, St. Pancras to Nottingham on weekday evenings. Neither train runs on weekends

Robin Wasserman
Robin Wasserman is an American young adult novelist.Wasserman grew up outside of Philadelphia and graduated from Harvard University and UCLA. Before she was an author she was an associate editor at a children's book publisher

-Places:United States* Robinson, California* Robinson, Illinois* Robinson, Iowa* Robinson, Kansas* Robinson, North Dakota* Robinson, Texas* Robinson Township, Pennsylvania , two townships in the Pittsburgh Metro Area with the same name

Robinson (name)
Robinson is an English language patronymic surname, originating in England. It means "son of Robin ". There are similar surname spellings such as Robison and Robeson. Robinson is the 15th most common surname in the United Kingdom

Robinson Crusoe (disambiguation)
Robinson Crusoe is a 1719 book by Daniel Defoe. It may also refer to:Adaptations of the novel:* Robinson Crusoé, an 1867 operetta by Jacques Offenbach* Robinson Crusoe , a 1927 film by M.A. Wetherell* Mr

A robot is a mechanical or virtual intelligent agent that can perform tasks automatically or with guidance, typically by remote control. In practice a robot is usually an electro-mechanical machine that is guided by computer and electronic programming. Robots can be autonomous, semi-autonomous or remotely controlled

Robot (film)
Enthiran is a 2010 Tamil science fiction film co-written and directed by S. Shankar. The film features Rajinikanth in dual roles, as a scientist and an android robot, alongside Aishwarya Rai whilst Danny Denzongpa, Santhanam, Karunas, Kalabhavan Mani, Devadarshini, and Cochin Haneefa play supporting roles

Robot (Goodies episode)
Robot is an episode of the British comedy television series The Goodies— a BAFTA-nominated series for Best Light Entertainment Programme.This episode is also known as "Automation"This episode was made by LWT for ITV.

Robotics is the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, structural disposition, manufacture and application of robots

Robots (anthology)
Robots is a science fiction anthology edited by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois. It was published in 2005, and includes stories on the theme of "robots" that were originally published from 1985 to 2003, though mostly from the last few years of that range

Robustness may refer to:*In biology**Robustness , the persistence of a system’s characteristic behavior under perturbations or conditions of uncertainty

Robyn (disambiguation)
Robyn is a Swedish pop singer-songwriter.Robyn may also refer to:* 5183 Robyn, a main-belt asteroid* Robyn Fenty, a Barbadian pop artist* Robyn , the fourth album by Swedish pop singer Robyn

Roc may refer to:*Roc , a mythical giant bird*Roc , a role-playing version of the mythical bird*Roc , an American television sitcom starring Charles S

A roc or rukh is an enormous legendary bird of prey, often said to be white.-Eastern origins:

Roč is a village in Istria, north-west Croatia, with a population of only 180 people. It is about 50 km south-east of Trieste, Italy, located on the road Trieste — Koper — Učka Tunnel — Rijeka. Its other names are Rus , Ronz and Rozzo

Rocca (architecture)
Rocca is an Italian term meaning a high, fortifiable stronghold, usually located in smaller towns, beneath or on which the village or town clustered, within which its inhabitants might take refuge at times of trouble; under its owners' patronage the settlement might hope to find prosperity in better times

Rocha (disambiguation)
Rocha may refer to:*Rocha, the Portuguese word for "boulder," commonly found in place namesPlaces*Rocha Department, a department in the east of Uruguay*Rocha, Uruguay, capital city of the Rocha Department.*a community in Moca, Puerto RicoPeople

Rocher may refer to:*Rocher , a character in Dan Brown's book Angels and Demons*Rocher, Ardèche, a commune in the department Ardèche, France*Rocher de Monaco or Rock of Monaco, a monolith*Ferrero Rocher, chocolate balls