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  • See Fang Hao 方豪, "Chongzhen chu Zheng Zhilong yimin ru Taiwan shi" 崇禎初鄭芝龍移民入臺事, Taiwan wenxian 12, no.

    How Taiwan Became Chinese

  • "Chongzhen chu Zheng Zhilong yimin ru Taiwan shi" 崇禎初鄭芝龍移民入臺事.

    How Taiwan Became Chinese

  • Why the 'ru'-imgeset query is the only file in cache folder, which can not be deleted?

  • (Note however that Zhuangzi would not normally be classified as a ru erudite, Confucian or otherwise.)


  • Burger King filed suit in December in the Moscow Arbitration Court for the use of BurgerKing. ru, which is now jointly held by a Russian and a Dutch company.

    The St. Petersburg Times

  • One server allegedly associated with the Ranchi forum was rangate., which is now offline with a message attributing the closure to "non-ethical" activity.


  • Saipov worked with Voice of America's Uzbek Service and about half a year ago was a representative of the website www., which is very popular in Central Asia.

    Jamestown Foundation: All Publications

  • This authorized store is located in a Russian area, so the email ending in ". ru" is unlikely to be a coincident.

    This 'New' iPhone Comes With Russian Email Address - The Consumerist

  • It is still operating despite the country no longer existing, and despite the ". ru" TLD assigned to Russia in 1994.

    Boing Boing

  • Many common pronunciation variants are easier to pronounce, often involving the transposition of letters such as ru orsk.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Fowler on Pronunciation:


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  • (according to the urban dictionary)

    A versatile word that can be used in several situatons to mean several different things.

    1. use it as you would any other cuss word i.e. Oh, ru! I forgot to bring that.

    2. Use it to describe something totally awesome. i.e. that was so ru!

    August 2, 2008

  • Ru. Chemical element symbol for Ruthenium.

    December 2, 2007