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Round Up
----"Round Up" is a song by American rapper Lady May, featuring American R&B singer Blu Cantrell. Released as a single in June 2002, the song was supposed to be the lead single from May's debut album, May Day, but the album has never been released. The single performed moderately in the U.S

Round Up (amusement ride)
Round Up is an amusement ride consisting of a circular horizontal platform with vertical cage like wall around the edge. The platform is attached to a motor on a hydraulic arm. The ride starts out by spinning until the centrifugal force is enough to push riders against the wall. At that time, the friction between the riders' backs and the walls is enough to hold them against the wall

Round Up (disambiguation)
-Traditional uses:*Ceiling function, the mathematical operation of rounding a number up to the next higher integer.*Roundup, a term in American English referring to the process of gathering animals into an area, known as a "Muster" in Australia.

Roundabout (disambiguation)
A roundabout is a type of road junction at which traffic enters a stream around a central island after first giving way to the circulating traffic.Roundabout may also refer to:* Carousel, a fairground ride also known as a roundabout

Roundabout (song)
"Roundabout" is the opening track for the 1971 album Fragile by British progressive rock band Yes. The song was written by singer Jon Anderson and bassist Chris Squire. In January 1972, an edited version of the song was released as a single with "Long Distance Runaround" on the B-side. "Roundabout" has become one of the best-known songs by Yes

A roundel in heraldry is a disc; the term is also commonly used to refer to a type of national insignia used on military aircraft, generally circular in shape and usually comprising concentric rings of different colours.-Heraldry:

Roundel (poetry)
A roundel is a form of verse used in English language poetry devised by Algernon Charles Swinburne . It is a variation of the French rondeau form. It makes use of refrains, repeated according to a certain stylized pattern

Rounders is a game played between two teams of either gender. The game originated in England where it was played in Tudor times. Rounders is a striking and fielding team game that involves hitting a small, hard, leather-cased ball with a round wooden, plastic or metal bat. The players score by running around the four bases on the field

Roundhouse (eco-dwelling)
That Roundhouse is a roundhouse sited in woods within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park near the village of Newport in Wales. It was constructed without planning permission during the winter of 1997/1998 by Tony Wrench and Jane Faith and helpers as part of the then secret Brithdir Mawr intentional community

Roundup is the brand name of a systemic, broad-spectrum herbicide produced by the U.S. company Monsanto, and contains the active ingredient glyphosate. Glyphosate is the most widely used herbicide in the USA, and Roundup has been the number one selling herbicide worldwide since at least 1980

Roundup (Compilations)
Roundup is a compilation album by Denise Ho, featuring both "best of" and new songs in Mandarin and Cantonese. The album was released on April 4, 2003.-Track listing:#兄弟 - 3:47#我找到了 - 4:06

Roundup (issue tracker)
Roundup is an open-source issue or bug tracking system featuring a command-line, web and e-mail interface. It is written in Python and designed to be highly customizable. Roundup was designed by Ka-Ping Yee for the Software Carpentry project and has been developed since 2001 under the direction of Richard Jones. It is currently the issue tracker for the Python programming language itself

Rouse may refer to:* The Rouse, a military bugle call* The Rouse number, a non-dimensional number in fluid dynamics* The Rouse model in polymer physics-Places:United States* Rouse, California, a census-designated place

Rouse (surname)
Rouse is a surname, and may refer to* Alan Rouse, British climber* Alfred Rouse, British convicted murderer* Andy Rouse, British racing driver* Charlie Rouse, American jazz saxophonist* Christopher Rouse , American composer

Rouses Supermarkets are a chain of grocery markets based in the U.S. states of Louisiana and Mississippi with more than 5,000 employees. The company had its start as the City Produce Company, founded in Thibodaux, Louisiana by J. P

Rousseau (electoral district)
Rousseau is a provincial electoral district in Quebec, Canada that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. The riding was created in 1980 from parts of Prévost, Joliette-Montcalm and L'Assomption

Rousseau (surname)
Rousseau is a French surname and may refer to:Arts* Eugene Rousseau , American saxophonist* Frederick Rousseau , French musician* Henri Rousseau , French painter

A roustabout is a labourer typically performing temporary, unskilled work. The term has traditionally been used to refer to traveling-circus workers, natural gas, or oil rig workers.

A rout is commonly defined as a chaotic and disorderly retreat or withdrawal of troops from a battlefield, resulting in the victory of the opposing party, or following defeat, a collapse of discipline, or poor morale. A routed army often degenerates into a sense of "every man for himself" as the surviving combatants attempt to flee to safety

Rout (surname)
Rout is a New Zealand surname, and may refer to:* Alexandra Rout , New Zealand figure skater* Ettie Annie Rout , New Zealand

Route may refer to:* Route or thoroughfare for transportation* Route number or road number*Trade route, a commonly used path for the passage of goods*Scenic route, a thoroughfare designated as scenic based on the scenery through which it passes

Route (football)
A route is a path or pattern that a receiver in American football runs to get open for a forward pass.-List of common routes:*Curl route*Drag route, also called an "In route"*Corner route, also called a "Flag route"

Route (GIS)
A route in a geographic information system is:# Any line feature, such as a street, highway, river, or pipe, that has a unique identifier.# A path through a network.

Route planning software
Route planning software is a computer software programme, designed to plan a route between two geographical locations using a journey planning engine, typically specialised for road networks as a road route planner. It can typically provide a list of places one will pass by, with crossroads and directions that must be followed, road numbers, distances, etc

A router is a device that forwards data packets between computer networks, creating an overlay internetwork. A router is connected to two or more data lines from different networks. When a data packet comes in on one of the lines, the router reads the address information in the packet to determine its ultimate destination

Routes is a commune in the Seine-Maritime department in the Haute-Normandie region in northern France.-Geography:A small farming village in the Pays de Caux, some northeast of Le Havre, at the junction of the D88 and D420 roads.-Population:

Routes (visual novel)
is an eroge game originally produced by Leaf for the PC. It was the fourth volume in the Leaf Visual Novel Series, and was released in 2003, six years after the third, To Heart

Routine may refer to:*Subroutine in computer science*Choreographed routine, orchestrated dance involving several performers*Comedy routine, comedic act or part of an act*Visual routine, visual cognitive means of extracting information from a scene

Roux is a cooked mixture of wheat flour and fat, traditionally butter. It is the thickening agent of three of the mother sauces of classical French cooking: sauce béchamel, sauce velouté and sauce espagnole. Clarified butter, vegetable oils, or lard are commonly used fats. It is used as a thickener for gravy, other sauces, soups and stews

Roux (disambiguation)
Roux is a culinary term for a mixture of flour and fat used as the basis of various sauces.Roux may also refer to:*Roux, Belgium, a village in the province of Hainault*"Roux", pseudonym of the cartoonist Burton Silver

Rove may refer to:* Rove a conical washer used under a square cut nail.* Rove ** Rove McManus, host of the above Australian television series* Rove beetle, members of the short-winged beetle family Staphylinidae

Rover (space exploration)
A rover is a space exploration vehicle designed to move across the surface of a planet or other astronomical body. Some rovers have been designed to transport members of a human spaceflight crew; others have been partially or fully autonomous robots

Rovere may refer to* Italian noble family Della Rovere or any of its members* Roverè Veronese, Italian municipality* Roverè della Luna, Italian municipality* Richard Rovere, American journalist

Rovon is a commune in the Isère department in south-eastern France.-See also:*Communes of the Isère department*Parc naturel régional du Vercors

Row may refer to:*Row vector, a 1 × n matrix in linear algebra.*Row , a single, implicitly structured data item in a table*Row , a form of weight-lifting exercise*Row , an album by Gerard

Row (album)
Row is an album by the Colorado band Gerard, fronted by singer/songwriter Gerard McMahon. It was Gerard's second album and was released in 1976.-Track listing:All songs written and produced by Gerard McMahon.#"I Don't Belong Here Now"#"My Family "

Row houses
The Row at Stanford University is made up of 36 student-managed houses, from the Cowell Cluster to the Lake Houses and all along Mayfield Avenue, with a total population of a little over 1600 students. Houses range in occupancy from 22 to 59

Row houses (Sycamore, Illinois)
The Row Houses in Sycamore, Illinois are a small collection of historic terraced homes near the city's downtown. The building is considered by the National Register of Historic Places to be a contributing structure to the overall historic nature of the Sycamore Historic District. The district was added to the Register in May 1978

Rowdy may refer to:*Rowdy , 1981*Rowdy , 2006*Rowdy , the mascot of the Dallas Cowboys NFL franchise*Rowdy , the mascot of the University of Texas at San Antonio Roadrunners

Rowena was the daughter of the Anglo-Saxon leader Hengest and a wife of the Briton High King Vortigern, according to British legend. Described as a beautiful femme fatale, she won her people the Kingdom of Kent through her scheming seduction of Vortigern

-Boats:* Watercraft rowing, a form of propulsion* Rowing , competitive rowing** Coastal and ocean rowing, rowing performed on the sea** Ocean rowing, the sport of rowing across oceans-Exercise:

Rowland (surname)
Rowland is a common surname, and may refer to:*Alfred Rowland , U.S. Representative from North Carolina*Barrington Rowland , Indian cricketer*Bo Rowland, American college football coach*Brian Rowland, Canadian soccer player

Rowley (MBTA station)
Rowley is the penultimate passenger rail station along the Newburyport Branch of MBTA Commuter Rail's Newburyport/Rockport Line. The official address is given by MBTA as 70 Railroad Avenue, although it's actually located north of Railroad Avenue between Depot Way and Oyster Pond Road

A rowlock or oarlock is a brace that attaches an oar to a boat. When a boat is rowed, the rowlock acts as a fulcrum, and, in doing so, the propulsive force that the rower exerts on the water with the oar is transferred to the boat by the thrust force exerted on the rowlock.On ordinary rowing craft, the rowlocks are attached to the gunwales

Roy (UTA station)
The Roy FrontRunner station is a train station in Roy, Utah, United States served by FrontRunner, UTA's commuter rail service from Pleasant View to Salt Lake City.

Roy Rogers (guitarist)
Roy Rogers is an American blues rock slide guitarist and record producer. He was named after the singing cowboy, Roy Rogers

Royal (sail)
A royal is a small sail flown immediately above the topgallant on square rigged sailing ships. It was originally called the "topgallant royal" and was used in light and favorable winds.

Royal blue
Royal blue describes both a bright shade and a dark shade of azure blue. It is said to have been invented by millers in Rode, Somerset, a consortium of which won a competition to make a dress for the British queen, Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.

Royal Blue (B&O train)
The Royal Blue was the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 's flagship passenger train between New York City and Washington, D.C., in the United States, beginning in 1890. The Baltimore-based B&O also used the name between 1890 and 1917 for its improved passenger service between New York and Washington launched in the 1890s, collectively dubbed the Royal Blue Line

Royal Flush (rapper)
Royal Flush is an American East Coast rapper from Flushing, New York. He is a friend of Mic Geronimo and appeared on many songs with him. His 1997 debut album, Ghetto Millionaire, featured production from Buckwild, L.E.S., Da Beatminerz and some verses from Noreaga in various songs

Royal Flush (song)
"Royal Flush" is a single by American rapper and OutKast member Big Boi. The track features fellow OutKast member André 3000 and Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon. It was the first time the three rappers collaborated with each other in 10 years since "Skew It on the Bar-B" in 1998

Royal Navy (disambiguation)
The Royal Navy is the naval force of the United Kingdom.Royal Navy can also refer to:Current* Royal Australian Navy* Royal Bahraini Navy* Royal Brunei Navy * Royal Canadian Navy

Royal Purple
Royal Purple is an American manufacturer which produces lubricants for automotive, industrial, marine, motorcycle and racing use. It is known primarily for its line of Royal Purple Motor Oil products for use in gasoline and diesel engines

Royal Purple (disambiguation)
Royal purple, or Tyrian purple, is an ancient dye, or the color of that dye.Royal Purple may also refer to:* Royal Purple , an American manufacturer which produces lubricants for automotive, industrial, marine, motorcycle and racing use.* Royal purple , a shade of purple* Royal Purple Yearbook, the official yearbook of Kansas State

A royalist supports a particular monarch as head of state for a particular kingdom, or of a particular dynastic claim. In the abstract, this position is royalism. It is distinct from monarchism, which advocates a monarchical system of government, but not necessarily a particular monarch

Royalist (Spanish American Revolutions)
The royalists were the American and European supporters of the various governing bodies of the Spanish Monarchy, during the Spanish American wars of independence, which lasted from 1808 until the king's death in 1833

Royalty may refer to:* Royal family , or one or more of its members* Royalties, the payment made for a concession of commercial value Royalty may refer to:* Royal family (by extension the ruling house of any monarchy, regardless of the title), or one or more of its members* Royalties, the payment made (originally to the licensing crown) for a concession of commercial value Royalty may refer to:* Royal family (by extension the ruling house of any monarchy, regardless of the title), or one or more of its members* Royalties, the payment made (originally to the licensing crown) for a concession of commercial value (e.g

Röyksopp is a Norwegian electronic music duo from Tromsø, formed in 1998. Since their inception, the band's line-up has included Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland.

RPM (Brazilian band)
RPM , is a Brazilian Pop Rock band. It was formed by singer/bassist Paulo Ricardo, keyboardist Luiz Schiavon, guitarist Fernando Deluqui and drummer Paulo Antônio "P.A." Pagni.

RTO may refer to:* The Really Terrible Orchestra* Recovery time objective, the time for a business process to be restored after a disruption* Regenerative thermal oxidizer, in off-gas treatment

RTU may refer to:* Ready To Use, referring to commercials products, particularly Ready-to-Use Therapeutic foods* Real Tamale United, a football club based in Tamale, Ghana* Real Time Unix, a variant of the UNIX operating system

Ru, ru, or RU may refer to:* ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code for Russia* Rù , the entering tone in Chinese language phonetics* Rú , a Chinese language term for Confucianism

Rua (Clann Zú album)
Rua is the first full length album by Irish-Australian band Clann Zú. The album contains themes of resistance and desperation. The songs are sung mainly in English, though there is some use of Irish Gaelic

Ruang is the southernmost stratovolcano in the Sangihe Islands arc. It comprises an island 4 × 5 km wide. The summit contains a partial lava dome. The first recorded eruption was in 1808.

RUB may stand for* RUB, Russian ruble currency code* Ruhr-Universität Bochum* Royal University of BhutanRub may refer to:* The Kuliak languages of Uganda