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Runaway (Carola album)
Runaway is an album from Swedish singer Carola Häggkvist, released on 12 May 1986 in Sweden and Norway. The album was produced by Maurice Gibb and written by him together with brothers Robin and Barry Gibb otherwise known as the Bee Gees

Runaway (Groove Coverage song)
"Runaway" is the fourth single from the album 7 Years and 50 Days by German trance group Groove Coverage.-Remix List:#"Runaway" – 3:48 #"Runaway" – 7:22 #"Runaway" – 6:57

Runaway (Jamiroquai song)
"Runaway" is the first and only single taken from British Acid Jazz band Jamiroquai's greatest hits compilation, High Times: Singles 1992–2006. The single was released on October 30, 2006. It was their fifth #1 on the U.S

Runaway (Solution album)
Runaway is the sixth and last studio album by the Dutch rock group Solution. It was released in 1982 on CBS Records.-History:Runaway featured eight songs in a shorter, more direct format than previous recordings

Runcible
"Runcible" is a nonsense word invented by Edward Lear. The word appears several times in his works, most famously as the "runcible spoon" used by the Owl and the Pussycat. The word "runcible" was apparently one of Lear's favourite inventions, appearing in several of his works in reference to a number of different objects

Rund
Rund may refer to:* Cathleen Rund , former backstroke and medley swimmer* Hanno Rund , mathematician

Rundown
A rundown, also called a pickle, is a situation in the game of baseball that occurs when the baserunner is stranded between two bases and is in jeopardy. When the base runner attempts to advance to the next base, he is cut off by the defensive player who has a live ball and attempts to return to his previous base before being tagged out

Rune (given name)
Rune is a masculine given name derived from the Old Norse word rún, meaning "secret lore." It is a popular name in Belgium, where it ranked in top thirty names for baby boys in 2006 and was the tenth most popular name for boys in 2006 in the Flemish Region of Belgium

Rung
Rung may refer to:*Rung , a Pakistan band*Rung , an album by Hadiqa Kiyani*Rung , an ethnic group of people inhabiting the Pithoragarh district of Uttaranchal,India and Darchula district, Nepal

Rungu (weapon)
For the Zambian tribe , see Rungu A rungu is a wooden throwing club or baton bearing special symbolism and significance in certain East African tribal cultures. It is especially associated with Maasai morans who have traditionally used it in warfare and for hunting

Runnels
Runnels is a surname, and may refer to:*Hardin Richard Runnels , American politician; governor of Texas 1857–1859*Harold L. Runnels , American politician from New Mexico; U.S. representative 1971–80

Runner
A runner is a person who runs.Runner may also refer to:- Arts and music :* Runner, a film by the British artist Ravi Deepres* Runner , a short-lived British rock band, formed in 1978* Runner , a Marvel Comics character

Runner
A runner is a person who runs.Runner may also refer to:- Arts and music :* Runner, a film by the British artist Ravi Deepres* Runner , a short-lived British rock band, formed in 1978* Runner , a Marvel Comics character

Running
Running is a means of terrestrial locomotion allowing humans and other animals to move rapidly on foot. It is simply defined in athletics terms as a gait in which at regular points during the running cycle both feet are off the ground

Running (disambiguation)
Running a gait of terrestrial locomotion, typically faster than walking.Running may also refer to:* An appliance in operation* "Running" , a 1985 song by Information Society

Running (Evermore song)
"Running" is the first single by Evermore, taken from their second studio album Real Life.-Track listing:-Music video:The video contains the band exploring different countries and cities around the world like Hong Kong, Sydney, London and Egypt

Running (film)
Running is a 1979 drama/sports film directed by Steven Hilliard Stern. It is about the fictional American marathon runner and Olympics hopeful Michael Andropolis and his struggle to compete in the Olympic Games. It stars Michael Douglas and Susan Anspach.

Running (Information Society song)
Running is a single by the band InSoc originally released on the Creatures Of Influence album in 1985. The single for Running was distributed to club DJs, and became a favorite all over clubs, particularly in the Latin clubs of New York City

Running Away
"Running Away" is a single recorded by Hoobastank. It was the third single released from the band's 2001 self titled debut.The song peaked at #2 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart and became the highest charting single from the album and one of Hoobastank's biggest hits. It is also featured on Now That's What I Call Music! 11.-Chart performance:

Running Away (Paul Haig)
Running Away was the debut solo single from Edinburgh musician and former Josef K lead vocalist Paul Haig. It was a cover of the Sly & The Family Stone classic

Running back
A running back is a gridiron football position, who is typically lined up in the offensive backfield. The primary roles of a running back are to receive handoffs from the quarterback for a rushing play, to catch passes from out of the backfield, and to block.There are usually one or two running backs on the field for a given play, depending on the offensive formation

Running Back (song)
"Running Back" is a song by American rock singer Eddie Money, from his album Playing for Keeps in 1980. It was released as a single and reached #78 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Running board
A running board is a car or truck accessory part, a narrow step fitted under the side doors of the vehicle. It aids entry, especially into high vehicles. Typical of vintage cars which had much higher ground clearances than today's cars, it is also used as a fashion statement on vehicles that would not require it.Running boards may also be used to stand on while the vehicle is moving

Running Water
Running Water may be:* Running Water, Tennessee, former name of Whiteside, Tennessee* Running Water, South Dakota, a community in Bon Homme County, South Dakota* "Running Water" from the 1983 album The Present

Running Water (The Moody Blues song)
"Running Water" is a 1984 single by The Moody Blues, and it was the final of three singles released from their 1983 album The Present. The two previous single from The Present were "Blue World" and "Sitting at the Wheel." Running Water was later released as a single in March 1984, with "Under My Feet," another song from The Present, on the B-side.

Runnymede (disambiguation)
Runnymede may refer to:* Runnymede, a meadow alongside the River Thames in England, associated with the signing of the Magna Carta* Runnymede , Surrey, England* Runnemede, New Jersey* Runnymede Park, a park in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

RUNOFF
RUNOFF was the first computer text formatting program to see significant use. It was written in 1964 for the CTSS operating system by Jerome H. Saltzer in MAD assembler.

Runoff
Run-off or runoff may refer to:* Surface runoff, the flow of water, from rain, snow melt, or other sources, over land* Runoff model , a mathematical model describing the rainfall-runoff relations of a rainfall catchment area or watershed

Runt
A runt is a smaller specimen in a group of animals, usually of offspring in a litter.Runt may also refer to:*Runt , a 1970 album by Todd Rundgren, originally credited to the band Runt

Runt
In a group of animals , a runt is a member which is smaller or weaker than the others. Due to its small size, a runt in a litter faces obvious disadvantages, including difficulties with competing with its siblings for survival and possible rejection from its mother

Runway
According to ICAO a runway is a "defined rectangular area on a land aerodrome prepared for the landing and take-off of aircraft." Runways may be a man-made surface or a natural surface .- Orientation and dimensions :Runways are named by a number between 01 and 36, which is generally one tenth

Runway (2004 film)
Runway is a 2004 Malayalam film directed by Joshiy and written by Udayakrishna and Siby K. Thomas. It stars Dileep, Indrajith, Murali, Kavya Madhavan, Harisree Ashokan, and Kalasala Babu. The film was produced by V. K. Naushad and Mohan under the banner of N. N. S

Runway (fashion)
Runway or catwalk describes a narrow, usually flat platform that runs into an auditorium, used by models to demonstrate clothing and accessories during a fashion show In fashion jargon, "what's on the catwalk" or similar phrasing can refer to whatever is new and popular in fashion.- Exclusive :When a model scores an exclusive for a fashion label it means that she has been

Runway (Transformers)
-Transformers: Armada:Runway is the name of a Mini-Con who turns into a jet. He is the leader of the Air Defense and Air Assault teams, and combines with his companions Jetstorm and Sonar to form the Star Saber. Runway is always coming up with ideas.

Rupe
Rupe may refer to:*Art Rupe , founder of Specialty Records*Rupe, Mozambique*Rupe, Slovenia

Rupe (surname)
Rupe is a surname of Germanic origin. The closest associated German surname to Rupe is Ruprecht, which in German, is used to describe the helper of St.Nicholas or Santa's helper, but literally means helper to right children who are rude/gruff or naughty.Individuals with the surname Rupe are:*Art Rupe , music producer*Josh

Rupee
The rupee is the common name for the monetary unit of account in India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan, Mauritius, Seychelles, Maldives, and formerly in Burma, and Afghanistan. Historically, the first currency called "rupee" was introduced in the 16th century

Rupert
Rupert may refer to:* Rupert , real persons and fictional characters known by the first name or surname "Rupert"* Rupert , a fictional planet in by Douglas Adams

Rupert (TV series)
Rupert is an animated television series based on the Mary Tourtel character Rupert Bear, produced by Nelvana, Ellipse Programmé and TVS for the first season, with Scottish Television taken over control when TVS closed. Aired from 1991 to 1997 with 65 half-hour episodes produced. It was broadcast in syndication on YTV in Canada

Rus
Rus or RUS may refer to:*Rus the transliteration of the Slavic name of Ruthenia. Historical states known as "Rus" are:**Rus' , the associated territory**Rus' people, the people of Rus'

Rus (1903)
Rus was a liberal-bourgeois daily newspaper published in St. Petersburg, Russia, from 1903 to 1908 with intervals and under different names like Rus , Molva and Dvadtsaty Vek .

RUSA
Rusa may refer to:* Rusa , a genus of deer* Any of four kings of Urartu, an Iron Age kingdom in what is now Turkey and Armenia* Perodua Rusa, a microvan* Rusa , another name for the wine grape GewürztraminerRUSA may refer to:

Ruscaceae
Nolinoideae is a monocot subfamily of the family Asparagaceae in the APG III system of 2009. It was previously treated as a separate family, Ruscaceae s.l

Ruse
A ruse is an action or plan which is intended to deceive someone. It may also refer to:*Ruse, a combination Rooster/Goose animal*Henrik Ruse , Dutch officer and fortification engineer*James Ruse , settler in Australia

Rush
- United States :* Rush, Colorado* Rush, Kentucky* Rush, New York* Rush, Ohio* Rush City, Minnesota-People:* Rush, a nickname for Canadian mixed martial artist Georges St

Rush
- United States :* Rush, Colorado* Rush, Kentucky* Rush, New York* Rush, Ohio* Rush City, Minnesota-People:* Rush, a nickname for Canadian mixed martial artist Georges St

Rush (2008 TV series)
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Rush (Darude album)
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Rush (Dean Geyer album)
Rush is the first album by Australian singer Dean Geyer, released by Sony BMG in Australia on 28 May 2007 . The album "sums up everything that" Geyer has felt in the past year, he states "the process of creating, writing, recording and promoting has been a rush

Rush hour
A rush hour or peak hour is a part of the day during which traffic congestion on roads and crowding on public transport is at its highest. Normally, this happens twice a day—once in the morning and once in the evening, the times during when the most people commute

Rush Hour (song)
"Rush Hour" is a pop song by Go Go's guitarist Jane Wiedlin, taken from her second album Fur. It was backed by a fellow album track, the percussive, melancholy "End of Love". The 12-inch single featured an extended remix by Rusty Garner and an instrumental version."Rush Hour" was Wiedlin's most successful single, reaching #9 in the USA and #12 in Britain

Rush Hour (TV series)
Rush Hour is a sketch show made by Zeppotron and shown on BBC Three during March and April 2007. The show featured several sketches centred around characters travelling to work, school or otherwise, therefore many of the sketches took place inside a car or bus. Several cult and up and coming comedians and comic actors star in the show, each performing several of the characters

Rushes (song)
"Rushes" is a 2002 single by Darius Danesh, one of the finalists on Pop Idol in 2002. It was his second single release and was taken from his debut album Dive In. It was released on November 25, 2002

Rusio
Rusio is a commune in the Haute-Corse department of France on the island of Corsica.-Population:-References:*

Rusk
A rusk is a hard, dry biscuit or a twice-baked bread. It is sometimes used as a baby teething food. In the United Kingdom, the name also refers to a wheat-based food additive.- Germany :The zwieback A rusk is a hard, dry biscuit or a twice-baked bread. It is sometimes used as a baby teething food. In the United Kingdom, the name also refers to a wheat-based food additive.- Germany :The zwieback A rusk is a hard, dry biscuit or a twice-baked bread. It is sometimes used as a baby teething food. In the United Kingdom, the name also refers to a wheat-based food additive.- Germany :The zwieback (lit

Rusk (disambiguation)
Rusk may refer to:* Rusk, a dry biscuit, a twice-baked bread, a children's snack, a cereal binder-People:* Dean Rusk , United States Secretary of State, 1961–1969* Harry Welles Rusk , Maryland politician

Ruska
-People:*Ernst Ruska, German physicist*Julius Ruska, German orientalist, historian of science and educator*Helmut Ruska, German physician and biologist*Wim Ruska, retired Judoka-Slovakian villages:*Ruská*Ruská Bystrá*Ruská Kajňa*Ruská Poruba*Ruská Voľa

Rusko (disambiguation)
- Places :*Rusko, Środa Śląska County in Lower Silesian Voivodeship *Rusko, Świdnica County in Lower Silesian Voivodeship *Rusko, Greater Poland Voivodeship

Russ
Russ is a participant in the traditional Norwegian upper secondary high school graduation ceremony known as russefeiring . Russ are easily recognized by their distinctive overalls and caps resembling student caps

Russell
-Australia:*Russell, Australian Capital Territory*Russell Island, Queensland**Russell Island **Russell Island *Russell Falls-Canada:*Russell, Ontario, a township in Ontario

Russell (given name)
Russell is a male given name, that originated from the surname Russell, which in turn derives from the Old French roussel , from roux

Russet
Russet is a coarse woolen cloth of grey or brown.It may also refer to*Russet Burbank potato*Russet apple*Russet *Russeting treatment for metal

Russia (disambiguation)
Russia , a country in northern Eurasia officially known as the Russian Federation, is the modern successor state of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic and the Soviet Union.

Russian
Russian refers to anything related to Russia, including:*Russians , an ethnic group of the East Slavic peoples, primarily living in Russia and neighboring countries