Ruby

A ruby is a pink to blood-red colored gemstone, a variety of the mineral corundum (aluminium oxide). The red color is caused mainly by the presence of the element chromium. Its name comes from ruber, Latin for red. Other varieties of gem-quality corundum are called sapphires. The ruby is considered one of the four precious stones, together with th...
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Ruby

This is a programming language created by Yukihiro Matsumoto. He is commonly referred to as Matz in the Ruby community. In Matz’s own words its a programming langauge designed for programmer happiness. Its general purpose meaing that you can use it for multitude of things from writing small scripts to creating full fleged GUI applications.
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Ruby

• (n.) Any species of South American humming birds of the genus Clytolaema. The males have a ruby-colored throat or breast. • (n.) A precious stone of a carmine red color, sometimes verging to violet, or intermediate between carmine and hyacinth red. It is a red crystallized variety of corundum. • (n.) See Agate, n., 2. • (v. t....
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ruby

noun a transparent piece of ruby that has been cut and polished and is valued as a precious gem
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Ruby

(grape variety) There are at least three grape varieties with this name. In 2010 were in Kazakhstan nine hectares of vineyards for a variety called Ruby (Kym Anderson ). But it is not clear which one is meant: 1) The red variety is an interspecific new breed between Elvira x Brighton, They are genes of Vitis labrusca. Vitis riparia and Vitis...
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Ruby

(Port Wine) A variant of the port wine; look there.
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Ruby

[color] Ruby is a color that is a representation of the color of the cut and polished ruby gemstone. The somewhat deeper color of the uncut, unpolished ruby crystal is called rubelite. The first recorded use of ruby as a color name in English was in 1572. ==Variations of ruby== ===Rubine red=== Displayed at right is the Pantone color rubine...
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Ruby

[given name] Ruby is a predominantly feminine given name taken from the name of the gemstone ruby. The name of the gemstone comes from the Latin ruber, meaning red. The ruby is the birthstone for the month of July. The name first came into wide use for girls in the late Victorian era along with other jewel names. ==Popularity== Ruby is a cu...
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Ruby

[hardware description language] Ruby is a hardware description language created around 1990 intended to facilitate the notation and development of integrated circuits. ...
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Ruby

[Jewelpet] Ruby is also one of the three official mascots of Jewelpet, alongside Garnet and Sapphie. ==Character== In the official character profile, Ruby is a Japanese hare who has red rubies for eyes. Her birthdate is on July 29 and she is described as a polite and tidy character, who loves to watch cherry blossoms bloom. Usually her Jewe...
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Ruby

[mango] The `Ruby` mango is a named mango cultivar that originated in south Florida and is known for its bright red color. == History == The original `Ruby` tree was grown from a seed on the property of Ed P. Davis in Miami, Florida. It was named in 1948, when it was first evaluated by the variety committee of the Florida Mango Forum, and f...
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Ruby

[programming language] Ruby is a dynamic, reflective, object-oriented, general-purpose programming language. It was designed and developed in the mid-1990s by Yukihiro `Matz` Matsumoto in Japan. According to its authors, Ruby was influenced by Perl, Smalltalk, Eiffel, Ada, and Lisp. It supports multiple programming paradigms, including func...
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Ruby

[ship] The Ruby was a ship used to deport Acadians from Ile St Jean (Prince Edward Island) to France, as part of the Ile Saint-Jean Campaign during the French and Indian War. The ship hit the rocks on Pico Island (Azores) and sank on December 16, 1758, with the loss of 193 lives. The Ruby was a ship of 380 tons and 6 cannons, under command ...
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Ruby

[Supernatural] Ruby is a fictional character on The CW Television Network`s Supernatural portrayed mainly by actresses Katie Cassidy and Genevieve Cortese. Created by the writers to expand on the characterization of demons within the series, she first appears in the third season, wherein she assists series protagonists Sam and Dean Winchest...
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Ruby

Ru'by adjective Ruby-colored; red; as, ruby lips.
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Ruby

Ru'by noun ; plural Rubies . [ French rubis (cf. Pr. robi ), Late Latin rubinus , robinus , from Latin rubeus red, reddish, akin to ruber . See Rouge , red .] 1. (Min.) A precious stone of a carmine red color, so...
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Ruby

Ru'by transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Rubied ; present participle & verbal noun Rubying .] To make red; to redden. [ R.] Pope.
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ruby

A precious gemstone from the corundum family that range in colour from light pink to deep red. Rubies have a hardness of 9 on the Mohs Scale
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Ruby

A precious gemstone, and a member of the corundum family, rubies are always, by definition, red, but be aware that many other red gemstones and imitations might be assumed to be a ruby. Fine rubies of good color can be more valuable than diamonds, but the first synthetic ruby was created in the 1890's and became quite popular in jewelry. Synthetic ...
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Ruby

A precious gemstone, and a member of the corundum family, rubies are always, by definition, red, but be aware that many other red gemstones and imitations might be assumed to be a ruby. Fine rubies of good color can be more valuable than diamonds, but the first synthetic ruby was created in the 1890's and became quite popular in jewelry. Synthetic ...
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Ruby

A programming language.
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Ruby

A rich, mahogany red (English Toy Spaniel). Color definitions may vary by breed. Always check the breed standard for the definitive color description.
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Ruby

A rich, mahogany red (English Toy Spaniel). Color definitions may vary by breed. Always check the breed standard for the definitive color description.
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Ruby

A style of Port wine that is generally sweet.
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Ruby

A style of Port wine that is generally sweet.
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