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Romanesca was a song form popular in the late 16th and early 17th centuries. It was most popular with Italian composers of the early Baroque period

Romanesque may refer to:*Romanesque art, the art of Western Europe from approximately AD 1000 to the 13th century or later*Romanesque architecture, architecture of Europe which emerged in the late 10th century and lasted to the 13th century

Romanesque (album)
Romanesque is the first mini album, or EP, by Buck-Tick released on March 21, 1988. It was released on cassette, 12" vinyl and 8cm CD, the latter of which contained an extra track

Romanesque (song)
"Romanesque" is the seventh single of J-pop duo FictionJunction Yuuka. It was released on April 18, 2007.This single includes the ending song of the anime El Cazador de la Bruja, composed by Yuki Kajiura.

Romani relates or may refer to:- Nationality :*The Romani people**their Romani language*The Latin term for the ancient Romans, see Roman citizenship*The Italian term for inhabitants of Rome

Romania (European Parliament constituency)
In European elections, Romania is a constituency of the European Parliament, currently represented by thirty-five MEPs. It covers the member state of Romania.- 2009 - 2014:As of June 7, 2009 Romania is represented in the European Parliament by 33 MEPs.

Romanian refers to something of or relating to Romania, a country in southeastern Europe, the Romanian people, or the Romanian language.Romanian may also refer to:

Romanization (disambiguation)
Romanization is the representation in the Latin alphabet of a language normally written in another writing system. Some other meanings are as follows:* Romanization , the expansion of Roman culture, law, and language

- People :* Romano AKA the Man in the Hat, a character in the TV series Ghost Whisperer* Aldo Romano , Italian-French jazz drummer* Andrea Romano, voice actress* Andy Romano, American actor* Ángel Romano , Uruguayan footballer

Romansh is one of the four national languages of Switzerland, along with German, Italian and French

Romantica may refer to:*Zone Romantica, a European TV channel owned by Zonemedia*Romantica , a Romanian version of Zone Romantica*Romantica , a 2002 album by Luna

Romantica (Romanian TV Channel)
Romantica is a TV channel that broadcasts telenovelas, talk-shows, news, music and entertainment.The channel is the Romanian version of Zone Romantica.-External links:*

Romany relates or may refer to:*The Romani people, also known as Gypsies*Romani language or Romany language, the language of the Romani people*"Romany", the pseudonym of a broadcaster and writer of Romani descent, George Bramwell Evens

Romany (album)
Romany is an album by The Hollies, the first not to feature distinctive, tenor-range lead singer Allan Clarke, who had left to try a solo career and was replaced by a Swedish singer with lower vocal register, Mikael Rickfors---prompting a somewhat radical reshaping of their trademark vocal harmony style

Rome (band)
Rome is a martial folk act founded in November 2005 as a main output for the songs of Jérôme Reuter of Luxembourg. In early 2006 Rome was signed to Cold Meat Industry record label. Rome has since signed with the Trisol Music Group record label as of 2009.

Rome (musician)
Jerome Woods, better known by his stage name Rome is an American R&B singer.Woods sang in a cover band called Fire & Ice while a high schooler, and toured regionally both as a solo artist and with the band. He attended Oakwood University but dropped out in 1989 and moved to California in hopes of making a career as a singer

Romeo (song)
"Romeo" was the Norwegian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1986, performed in Norwegian by Ketil Stokkan.The song is a moderately up-tempo number, with Stokkan addressing the object of his desires. He sings about his elaborate preparations to "seduce you" - going to the lengths of borrowing clothes to look better

Romero (beyblade)
Romero, known in Japan as ', is a fictional character of the anime and manga series of Beyblade.-Teams:F-Dynasty Romero is the F-Dynasty's coach, and the one who taught Raul and Julia how to beyblade

Romola (film)
Romola is a 1924 drama film directed by Henry King and shot on location in Italy. The film stars Lillian Gish, Dorothy Gish, William Powell and Ronald Colman, and is based on the George Eliot novel of the same name

The ROMP or Research Micro Processor was a 10 MHz RISC microprocessor designed by IBM in the early 1980s manufactured on a 2 µm process with 45,000 transistors.

Rompers is an arcade game that was released by Namco in 1989 only in Japan. It runs on Namco System 1 hardware.-Gameplay:The game focuses on a young farmer wearing a straw hat named Chap who ventures out to rescue his girlfriend, Rumina, from a mischievous man named Gurein, and his right-hand succubus girl Tsukaima

Rompers may refer to:* Rompers , a Japan-only 1989 arcade game by Namco* Romper suit, an article of clothing

Rompo is a mythological beast with the head of a jack rabbit, human ears, a skeleton like body, the front arms of a badger, and the rear legs of a bear. It feeds only on human corpses and it is said to croon softly as it eats. Stories about the Rompo are found in India and Africa.-References:*

Romulus (fabulist)
Romulus is the author, now considered a legendary figure, of versions of Aesop's Fables in Latin. These were passed down in Western Europe, and became important school texts, for early education. Romulus is supposed to have lived in the 5th century.

Romulus (martyr)
Saint Romulus was a 2nd century Christian martyr. He was a member of the court of the Roman emperor Trajan and spoke out in defense of Christians who were being tortured and martyred. Trajan ordered that Romulus be arrested and tortured to death in the same manner as those in whose defense he had spoken. His feast day is September 5.-Notes:

Romulus (Marvel Comics)
Romulus is a Marvel Comics supervillain. He is originally said to be the leader of the Lupine, a human looking species who, through convergent evolution, would have evolved from canines instead of primates. He is a shadowy character whose origin and motives remain a mystery

RON may refer to:* Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth , a dualist monarchy of Poland and Lithuania* Re-open Nominations, a British ballot option similar to "none of the above"

Ron is a panchayat town in Gadag district, North Karnataka in the Indian state of Karnataka.Of historical importance, called Dronapur in ancient times

Ron can refer to:RonaldPeople*Ron Alting, a member of the Indiana State Senate*Ron Asheton , American musician*Ron Blomberg, American major league baseball player*Ron G., stand-up comedian; finalist on Last Comic Standing 6*Ron Harper

Ron (singer)
Ron, byname of Rosalino Cellamare is an Italian singer-songwriter and musician.Born in Dorno, province of Pavia, he debuted under his true name at the 1970 edition of the Sanremo Festival, together with Nada

The Rondache or Roundel is a shield carried by medieval foot soldiers. It was made of boards of light wood, sinews or ropes, covered with leather, plates of metal, or stuck full of nails in concentric circles or other figures.

Rondeau (music)
The rondeau was a Medieval and early Renaissance musical form, based on the contemporary popular poetic rondeau form. It is distinct from the 18th century rondo, though the terms are likely related

Rondo, and its French equivalent rondeau, is a word that has been used in music in a number of ways, most often in reference to a musical form, but also to a character-type that is distinct from the form

Rondo (disambiguation)
Rondo is a musical term.Rondo may also refer to:*Rondo *Rondo *Rondo Bushbaby, a primate of Tanzania*Rondo *Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards, classic horror film awards-People:*Don Rondo, an American singer

Rondo (film)
Rondo is a 1966 Yugoslavian film by Croatian director Zvonimir Berković. It was filmed in Zagreb, Croatia .-Plot:

Rong or RONG may refer to:Norway*Rong, Norway, a villa village*Rongøy, an islandChina*Rong people, ancient people who lived west of Zhou Dynasty*Rong County, Guangxi, county in Yulin, Guangxi, China

A rongeur is a strongly constructed instrument with a sharp-edged, scoop-shaped tip, used for gouging out bone. Rongeur is a French word that means rodent or 'gnawer'. A rongeur can be used to open a window in bone, often in the skull. It is used in neurosurgery and orthopedic surgery to expose areas for operation. -References:A rongeur is also used in oral maxillofacial surgery

"Roni" is a single released by R&B singer Bobby Brown, written by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, in 1988 on the MCA label. It was released as the third single from Brown's second album Don't Be Cruel. It reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and peaked at number two on the Hot Black Singles chart in January 1989.

Ronin (comics)
Ronin, in comics, may refer to:*Ronin , a DC graphic novel by Frank Miller*Ronin , a Marvel Comics character*Red Ronin, a Marvel Comics mecha*Ronin Hood of the 47 Samurai, a story combining Robin Hood and the 47 Ronin

Ronin (student)
In Japan, a is a student who has graduated from middle school or high school but has failed to enter a school at the next level, and consequently is studying outside of the school system for entrance in a future year. Rōnin may study at a yobikō.

Ronnie (Four Seasons song)
"Ronnie" is a song by Bob Gaudio and Bob Crewe. The Four Seasons recorded and released the original version in 1964. The recording reached the #6 position on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.

Ronnie (song)
"Ronnie" may refer to:*Ronnie , a diminutive or familiar variation of Ronald and similar names*"Ronnie" *"Ronnie"

A rood is a cross or crucifix, especially a large one in a church; a large sculpture or sometimes painting of the crucifixion of Jesus.Rood is an archaic word for pole, from Old English rōd "pole", specifically "cross", from Proto-Germanic *rodo, cognate to Old Saxon rōda, Old High German ruoda "rod".Rood was originally the only Old English word for the

ROOD: jong in de SP is a Dutch youth wing linked to the Socialist Party.-Ideals and policies:Rood's main goals are the promotion of a socialist society and promotion of its mother party and attempts to attract new people into it.- Organisation :Formally, ROOD has been a vereniging since 2003 with the goal to let

Rood (surname)
Rood may refer to:*Rood, a Christian cross or crucifix*Rood , an English unit of length or area*Rood , a Scottish unit of area*"Rood" , a 2006 single by Dutch artist Marco Borsato-Surname:Rood as a surname may refer to:

A roof is the covering on the uppermost part of a building. A roof protects the building and its contents from the effects of weather. Structures that require roofs range from a letter box to a cathedral or stadium, dwellings being the most numerous.

A roofer specializes in roof construction, concentrating on the application of materials that water proof and / or weather proof buildings,designed material—as a substrate for the roofing materials to be installed on. The rafters, beams, and trusses are the frame or skeleton for the roof to be built upon

Rooibos is a broom-like member of the legume family of plants growing in South Africa's fynbos.The generic name comes from the plant Calicotome villosa, aspalathos in Greek. This plant has very similar growth and flowers to the redbush

-Games:*Rook or castle, a piece in the board game of chess*Rook , a trick-taking game, usually played with a specialized deck of cards-People:*Alan Rook, editor of the 1936 issue of New Oxford Poetry, one of the Cairo poets

Rook is a trick-taking game, usually played with a specialized deck of cards. Sometimes referred to as "Christian cards" or "missionary poker", Rook playing cards were introduced by Parker Brothers in 1906 to provide an alternative to standard playing cards for those in the Puritan tradition or Mennonite culture who considered the face cards in a regular deck inappropriate because of their

Rook (album)
Rook is the fifth studio album by American indie rock band Shearwater. It was released on June 3, 2008, on the Matador Records label. The track "Rooks" was the first single from the album. The album was previewed on May 5, 2008 and May 29, 2008, at two special concerts in Manhattan and Austin, Texas. The band toured in support of the album later in 2008

Rook (Transformers)
Rook is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes.-Transformers: Generation 2:-Marvel Comics:Rook was second in command of the second-generation transformers under the command of Jhiaxus

A rookery is a colony of breeding animals, generally birds. A rook is a Northern European and Central Asian member of the crow family, which nest in prominent colonies at the tops of trees. The term is applied to the nesting place of birds, such as crows and rooks, the source of the term

Rookery (disambiguation)
A rookery is a colony of breeding birds and some marine mammals.Rookery may also refer to:* Rookery , London term for a city slum, building, or ghetto frequented by poor people, criminals and prostitutes

Rookery (slum)
A rookery was the colloquial British English term given in the 18th and 19th centuries to a city slum occupied by poor people

Rookie is a term for a person who is in his or her first year of play of their sport or has little or no professional experience. The term also has the more general meaning of anyone new to a profession, training or activity Rookie is a term for a person who is in his or her first year of play of their sport or has little or no professional experience. The term also has the more general meaning of anyone new to a profession, training or activity Rookie is a term for a person who is in his or her first year of play of their sport or has little or no professional experience. The term also has the more general meaning of anyone new to a profession, training or activity (e.g

Rookies may refer to:* The Rookies is an American television drama.* Rookies is a Japanese baseball manga and television drama.* Rookies is an American television series currently airing on A&E Network.

A room is any distinguishable space within a structure.Room may also refer to:* Room , by Emma Donoghue* Room, Nepal* Room for PlayStation Portable, a social networking service* Thomas Gerald Room , Australian mathematician

A room is any distinguishable space within a structure. Usually, a room is separated from other spaces or passageways by interior walls; moreover, it is separated from outdoor areas by an exterior wall, sometimes with a door

Room Service (Oak Ridge Boys album)
Room Service is an album released in 1978 by The Oak Ridge Boys. It includes the singles "Cryin' Again" and "Come On In".-Track listing:#"If You Can't Find Love" - 2:58#"But I Do" - 3:30

Room temperature (disambiguation)
Room temperature may mean one of the following:* Room temperature, the temperature that most humans are accustomed to*Room temperature superconductor, a theoretical material*Room Temperature , a live album by Peter Hammill

A roomette is a type of sleeping car compartment in a railroad passenger train. The term was first used in North America, and was carried over into Australia and New Zealand

A roommate is a person who shares a living facility such as an apartment or dormitory. Similar terms include suitemate, housemate, flatmate , or sharemate

Roommate (band)
Roommate is a band from Chicago, IL.- History :Roommate began as a solo music project of Kent Lambert in 2000. He had just moved from Iowa City to Brooklyn and started recording music in his apartment. In 2001, he relocated to Chicago and self-released the Celebs EP. In 2004, Roommate re-emerged as a live band

Roommates (show)
Roommates was web series created by Iron Sink Media for MySpace which ran from October 2007 through May 2008. It was dubbed the "first original series" created for MySpace, and was sponsored by Fresh Look contact lenses and the Ford Motor Company, whose 2008 Ford Focus was featured prominently in the show..Roommates has been reported to have been one of the more successful web series