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  • I wonder if McCain still think that Cuba is something that a guy name Rubik's created?

    In radio ad, McCain jabs Obama on Cuba talks

  • Last, I recently found a twist on the Rubik's cube called Rubik's Revolution - it has 6 electronic games in one cube I'm not sure how well it will go over, I'm saving it for Christmas stockings.

    Observations from Grading Jail

  • Synopsis: A crazed killer called Rubik is on the loose in the city of Los Angeles and he's targeting reporters.

    Screen Rant

  • If you were old enough to remember the 80's you certainly recall the Rubik's Cube.

    SlipperyBrick.com

  • The new puzzle, called Rubik 360, is set for an official unveiling at the German toy industry fair on February 5.

    Impact Lab

  • Taking a cue from the world of new devices where most of them feature some sort of touch technology, the humble, sticker-laden Rubik's Cube is now adorned with touch technology, and is known as the Rubik's TouchCube instead.

    Coolest Gadgets

  • Hungarian Professor Erno Rubik has developed a new three dimensional puzzle modeled after his original cube called Rubik's

    Celebrity gossip juicy celebrity rumors Hollywood gossip blog from Perez Hilton

  • Mr. Karson leveraged his love of puzzles to create a club called Rubik's Revenge, aimed to teach middle school students how to solve Rubik's Cubes.

    Medindia Health News

  • Mr. Karson has also leveraged his love of puzzles to create a club called Rubik's Revenge, aimed to teach middle school students how to solve Rubik's Cubes.

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  • 8 Rubik's Cube Artworks: Rubik's Cube art - dubbed Rubik Cubism by the French artist Invader - has become a form of art in which the squares of the popular '80s puzzle are used similar to tiles in mosaic artworks.

    No Fact Zone

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  • I use this word as a verb - meaning "rearrange a million conflicting appointments so that they don't conflict anymore".
    Example: I'm seeing some friends before, during and after lunch, but at three different places so I can Rubik you in for a walk between the restaurant and the café.

    August 2, 2011