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Rui may refer to:-People:*Rui - Egyptian high priest during reign of Ramses II*Rui Almeida Monteiro, a Dutch footballer*Rui Campos, a Brazilian footballer*Rui Correia, a former Portuguese football goalkeeper*Rui Costa, a Portuguese retired footballer

Ruin (album)
Ruin is the second album by the metalcore band Architects and the first to feature current vocalist Sam Carter.Stylistically, this album displays a minor change in the band's style, with the mathcore sound on Nightmares being replaced with a more fluid metalcore sound, with more simple song structures, but maintaining aspects of the first album, such as changes in time signature,

Ruins (album)
Ruins is the third album by melodic black metal band Artefact. It was recorded at Cox'In'Hell studio in 2007. The album was released on January 15, 2008 through Rupture Music.-Track listing:# "Their Cave" − 2:05# "Gargoyles Unleashing" − 7:25

Rukavac is a village in western Croatia. It is located in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County near the towns of Matulji and Opatija.

Rule, ruler, ruling usually refers to standards for activities. They may refer to:- Human activity :* Business rule, a rule pertaining to the structure or behavior internal to an organization* Game rules, rules that define how a game is played

Rule (song)
"Rule" is the first single from rapper Nas' 2001 album Stillmatic. It features a chorus sung by Amerie and production provided by Poke and Tone of Trackmasters Entertainment. The song is known for both sampling and interpolating "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" by Tears for Fears

Rule of law
The rule of law, sometimes called supremacy of law, is a legal maxim that says that governmental decisions should be made by applying known principles or laws with minimal discretion in their application

Rule of thumb
A rule of thumb is a principle with broad application that is not intended to be strictly accurate or reliable for every situation. It is an easily learned and easily applied procedure for approximately calculating or recalling some value, or for making some determination

A ruler, sometimes called a rule or line gauge, is an instrument used in geometry, technical drawing, printing and engineering/building to measure distances and/or to rule straight lines

Ruling pen
A ruling pen is a vintage drawing instrument for drawing with ink or with other drawing fluids.A ruling pen contains ink in a slot between two flexible metal jaws, which are tapered to a point. It enables precise rendering of the thinnest lines. The line width can be adjusted by an adjustment screw connecting the jaws

Rum is a distilled alcoholic beverage made from sugarcane by-products such as molasses, or directly from sugarcane juice, by a process of fermentation and distillation. The distillate, a clear liquid, is then usually aged in oak barrels

Ruma (disambiguation)
Ruma can refer to:* Ruma, a town and municipality in Vojvodina, Serbia* Ruma, Illinois, a village in Illinois, United States* Ruma National Park, National Park, Kenya

Ruman is a surname, and may refer to:* Petr Ruman, a Czech football player currently playing for VfR Aalen* Sig Ruman , German-American actor* Um Ruman , sahaba of Muhammad

Rumana or Roumana may refer to:*Rumana, Israel*Rumana, West Bank*Rumana Monzur, a Bangladeshi women studying in Canada who was blinded by her husband in an attempt to stop her education.

Rumba (1935 film)
Rumba is a 1935 musical drama film starring George Raft as a Cuban dancer and Carole Lombard as a Manhattan socialite. The movie was directed by Marion Gering and is considered an unsuccessful follow-up to Raft and Lombard's smash hit Bolero the previous year.-Cast:*George Raft as Joe Martin*Carole Lombard as Diana Harrison*Lynne Overman as Flash*Margo as Carmelita*Gail

A rumble is a form of low-frequency noise created by a random sound wave existing between certain limitation points. In audio rumble refers to a low frequency sound from the bearings inside a turntable. This is most noticeable in low quality turntables with ball bearings

Rumble Pak (comics)
Rumble Pak is an Original English-language manga anthology series published by eigoMANGA. Rumble Pak showcases original comics created by artists from around the world including a line-up of original stories written and produced by predominantly independent American comics artists

Rumble seat
A rumble seat, dicky seat, dickie seat or dickey seat is an upholstered exterior seat which hinges or otherwise opens out from the rear deck of a pre-World War II automobile, and seats one or more passengers. An 1899 Century Dictionary describes a rumble as " A seat for servants in the rear of a carriage"

Rumbo can refer to:* Rumbo , a 1949 Spanish film* Rumbo , a free weekly bilingual newspaper published in Lawrence, Massachusetts* Rumbo Submarino, the 2nd studio album by band Macaco

Rumbo (newspaper)
Rumbo is a free weekly bilingual newspaper published in Lawrence, Massachusetts covering the Merrimack Valley and southern New Hampshire. The paper switches between the Regional edition and the Local edition every other week making it a bi-weekly paper in some areas but weekly in Lawrence and Methuen.Dalia Diaz also have a radio show on WCCM 1110 AM that is in conjunction with

Rumen (given name)
Rumen is a given name, and may refer to:* Rumen Goranov , Bulgarian footballer* Rumen Petkov , Bulgarian animator and comic creator* Rumen Rangelov , Bulgarian footballer* Rumen Tinkov , Bulgarian footballer

Ruminantia includes many of the well-known large grazing or browsing mammals: among them cattle, goats, sheep, deer, and antelope. All members of the Ruminantia are ruminants: they digest food in two steps, chewing and swallowing in the normal way to begin with, and then regurgitating the semi-digested cud to re-chew it and thus extract the maximum possible food value.Not all ruminants

The term rumination , meaning "to chew the cud," is used in several contexts:-Digestive rumination:* In animals, rumination is a part of normal digestion, in which the animal brings up swallowed food , chews it, and swallows it

-People:Rummel is the surname of:* Franz Rummel , German pianist* Joseph Rummel , American Archbishop* Martin Rummel , Austrian cellist* R. J. Rummel , American professor

Rummers, Römers or Roemers, were large drinking-glasses studded with prunts to ensure a safe grip, popular in the Rhineland and the Netherlands from the 15th through the 17th century. They lacked the flared bowl of the Berkemeyer and had much thinner walls. The hollow base was built up by coiling strands of molten glass around a conical core

Rummy is a group of card games notable for gameplay based on the matching of similar playing cards. The Mexican game of Conquian is considered by David Parlett to be ancestral to all rummy games, which itself is derived from a Chinese game called Khanhoo and, going even further back, Mahjong.-Books:A book consists of at least three cards of the same rank or consecutive cards of the

Rumor (disambiguation)
Rumor, rumour, rumors or rumours may refer to:*Rumor, a piece of purportedly true information that circulates without substantiating evidence*LG Rumor, a cellular mobile phone*Mariano Rumor, an Italian politician

Rumor Has It (Clay Walker album)
-Critical reception:Mikel Toombs of The San Diego Union-Tribune gave the album a negative review writing, "An overactive arrangement and a mess of vocal mannerisms fail to hide the song's mundane nature. And Walker's singing also doesn't benefit "Country Boy and City Girl," a failed attempt at a Randy Travis weeper, although the utterly clichéd lyrics are even more deadly

Rumor Has It (Clay Walker song)
"Rumor Has It" is a single co-written and recorded by country music singer Clay Walker that reached the top of the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It was the first single released from his album of the same name.-Background:

Rumor Has It (disambiguation)
Rumor Has It may refer to:*Rumor Has It…, a 2005 film*Rumor Has It , an album by Reba McEntire*"Rumor Has It" , a single from this album*Rumor Has It , an album by Clay Walker

Rumor Has It (game show)
Rumor Has It was a daily game show that aired on the cable station VH1 from June 7 to October 28, 1993. Brian O'Connor was the host. John Ten Eyck was the announcer.

Rumor Has It (Reba McEntire album)
Rumor Has It is the seventeenth album by Reba McEntire, released in 1990. The album continued her streak of late-80s success. The album features one of her signature songs, "Fancy". CMT ranked "Fancy" at No. 26 on its list of the 100 Greatest Country Songs. Additionally, they ranked the video at No. 35 on their list of 100 Greatest Country Videos

Rumore (surname)
The surname may be of nickname origin, being derived from a personal attribute or physical characteristic of the first bearer. In this case, the surname is derived from the Italian word "Rumore" which means noise, din, clamour, outcry and uproar

Rumors (album)
Rumors is the third album by the North Carolina band Arrogance, released in 1976 . It was their first album on a major label, Vanguard Records. In 2000, Don Dixon released all of Arrogance's albums on his own label, Dixon Archival Records

Rumors (Private Snafu)
Rumors is part of the Private Snafu series of animated shorts produced by Warner Bros. during World War II. Released in 1943, the cartoon was directed by Friz Freleng.-Plot:

Rumour Has It (song)
"Rumour Has It" is a single by Donna Summer released in 1978. It was a reasonable sized hit for the queen of disco, peaking at number 19 in the UK, number 20 in the Netherlands.

-Politics:*Rump cabinet*Rump legislature*Rump organization*Rump Parliament*Rump Senate*Rump state*Rump party- Technology :* Runnable Userspace Meta Programs, software run in userspace that offers kernel functionality .

Rump (animal)
The rump or croup, in the external morphology of an animal, is the portion of the posterior dorsum that is posterior to the loins and anterior to the tail. Anatomically, the rump corresponds to the sacrum.

Rumpelstiltskin is the eponymous character and protagonist of a fairy tale which originated in Germany . The tale was collected by the Brothers Grimm, who first published it in the 1812 edition of Children's and Household Tales

Rumpf is a surname, and may refer to:*Andreas Rumpf , German classical archaeologist*Brian E. Rumpf , American politician from New Jersey

Rumpology or "Bottom Reading" is a neologism referring to a pseudoscience akin to physiognomy, performed by examining crevices, dimples, warts, moles and folds of a person's buttocks in much the same way a chirologist would read the palm of the hand.-History:

Rumpus is a rock band from Sheffield, England. Dave Attwood and Ian Hutchinson now play in a band called Baby Long Legs, and Danny Lowe and Chris Moody play in a band called Crystal Teet Heart

Rumpus may refer to:* Recreation room* Rumpus * Rumpus Cat* Rumpus Magazine* Rumpus McFowl

- Geography and topography :* Run , the horizontal distance a waterfall flows* Stream or run, a flowing body of water* Run , one of the Banda Islands* Run , a stream in the Dutch province of Noord-Brabant- Computers :

RUN was an American computer magazine published monthly by IDG Communications with its first issue debuting in January 1984. Bi-monthly publishing began in June/July 1990 , and went on until the magazine folded in November/December 1992 . In its heyday, RUN's monthly circulation was in the 200,000–300,000 range

- Geography and topography :* Run , the horizontal distance a waterfall flows* Stream or run, a flowing body of water* Run , one of the Banda Islands* Run , a stream in the Dutch province of Noord-Brabant- Computers :

Run (2004 film)
Run is a Hindi film released in the year 2004. It stars Abhishek Bachchan and Bhumika Chawla in the lead roles. It is directed by Jeeva and is a remake of the Tamil blockbuster starring Madhavan and Meera Jasmine. The film was produced by Boney Kapoor

Run (album)
Run is the sixth studio album by Japanese rock band B'z. Run debuted with 1,190,380 copies sold in its first week and over 2,196,660 copies sold in total.

Run (Amy Macdonald song)
"Run" is the fifth single to be released from Amy Macdonald's debut album This Is the Life. The single was released in the UK on 3 March 2008

Run (cards)
A run is a combination of playing cards where cards have consecutive rank values. Some games, such as cribbage, will specify that an Ace counts as one ; others will specify that an Ace counts above a King ; yet others, such as poker, allow an Ace to count high or low, but not both in the same run.-Examples:

Run (I'm a Natural Disaster)
"Run ", also known more commonly as "Run", is a song written and recorded by Gnarls Barkley. It is the first single to be released from the band's second album The Odd Couple. Released in February 2008 as a digital download in the UK and the U.S. via the iTunes Store, a physical release of the single followed in the UK on March 31

Run (Lighthouse Family song)
"Run" is a song by British duo Lighthouse Family, released as the second single from their third album Whatever Gets You Through the Day . The song is produced by Kevin Bacon and Jonathan Quarmby

Run around
Run around or runaround may refer to:Music:* "Runaround," a 1960 song by The Fleetwoods* "Run Around," 1966 a song by Jefferson Airplane from their album Jefferson Airplane Takes Off

Run Away (Live song)
"Run Away" is a song by alternative rock group Live, which was released as a single from their 2003 album, Birds of Pray.The American release, which was issued only as a single-track radio promo, is a re-recorded version of the song with country music artist Shelby Lynne sharing lead vocals with Ed Kowalczyk

"Run-Away" is a song by Super Furry Animals and the second single taken from their 2007 album, Hey Venus!. The song is an homage to the 'Wall of Sound' production made famous by Phil Spector, particularly in his work with 1960's girl groups.

Run-up, also runup, may be:*Run-up , type of movement made by a bowler*Run-up , aircraft verification procedure performed just prior to take-off*The maximum height on land reached by a tsunami as it encounters the shore

Runa may refer to:* Runa , a 2003 Argentine novel by Rodolfo Fogwill, a British cargo ship in service 1949-64* Runa Tokisaka from The SoulTaker* The alternate name of Luna Platz from Mega Man Star Force* Runa Rindo from Fairy Navigator Runa

Runabout (series)
Runabout is a series of destruction-themed driving games developed by Climax Entertainment. The games in the series were released on PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and Dreamcast.- Overview :

Runaround (Van Halen song)
"Runaround" is a rock song written by the group Van Halen for their album For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge. It is one of six singles issued from the album and the second to reach number one on the Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart.

Runaway or Run Away may refer to:* Runaway , a minor who has left home without permission* Bolting * Fugitive slave-Literature:* Runaway , a 2004 collection of short stories by Alice Munro

Runaway (Boomkat song)
"Runaway", also known as "Run Away", is a dance-pop song and an EP by electronic/pop band Boomkat. "Runaway" is the first single, since their departure from DreamWorks Records, and first to be released under independent label, Little Vanilla Records.