from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The symbol for the element ruthenium.
- abbr. Bible Ruth
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- n. Symbol for ruthenium.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An abbreviation of Royal University of Ireland.
- n. The chemical symbol of ruthenium.
- n. An abbreviation of Rumanian
- n. of runic.
- n. An abbreviation of right upper entrance.
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- n. a rare polyvalent metallic element of the platinum group; it is found associated with platinum
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In these, Ju is the Japanese reading of the Chinese word Ru, literally referring to “weaklings.”
In fact, based on the video, I might just love this coming season even more than the last – mostly because of that glorious pink hair that Ru is wearing when she tells her finalists to “Lip sync for your life!”
Larding is a cooking term Ru, the practice has fallen somewhat out of duse, although funnily enough I was wishing I could do it the other day to some rather tough steaks we were eating.
Hell, to mean that he was his son-in-law, as the husband of his daughter Mary (as in Ru 1: 11, 12), and believe that Joseph's name is only introduced instead of Mary's, in conformity with the Jewish custom in such tables.
(and in Ru 1: 1, and Es 1: 1), it refers to the unwritten history which was before the mind of the writer.
Graci we call Ru Ru or Itty Bitty and George we call Little Buddy or Itty Bittyle.
2. The name Ru:fus could not have been a native Latin word.
Ho 13: 15). the young men -- rather, "the young people"; including the daughters (so in Ru 2: 21).
Ammianus attesteth, called Ru; Santonica from a region of that name; Fenugreek from Greece; Gastanes from a country so called;
The northern ridges of these mountains, known as the Ru’us al Jibal or Musandem, face the Strait of Hormuz and are in an enclave of Omani territory.