RIB


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RIBRouting Information Base
RIBRelevé d'Identité Bancaire (French: Bank ID)
RIBRigid Inflatable Boat (also see RHIB)
RIBRome Is Burning (sports show)
RIBRenderman Interface Bytestream
RIBReign in Blood (Slayer album)
RIBRadioactive Ion Beam
RIBRest in Bed
RIBRemote Insight Board (Compaq)
RIBRadio Interface Box (Motorola programming PC interface)
RIBResearch Initiatives Bangladesh
RIBRapid Infiltration Basin (wastewater)
RIBRecherche et Innovation en Biotechnologie (French: Research and Innovation in Biotechnology)
RIBRoman Inscriptions in Britain
RIBRemoval in Bond
RIBRoss Island Bridge (Oregon)
RIBRefrigeration Industry Board
RIBrubberized inflatable boat (US DoD)
RIBReference Information Base
RIBResearch Incubator Building
RIBRaffles Institution Boarding (Singapore)
RIBResource Information Block
RiBRadio-in-a-Box (Asia-Pacific broadcasters program)
RIBRemote Instrument Building (equipment housing)
RIBResource Integration Board
RIBRéseau d'Innovation Biotechnologies
RIBRemote Image Bus (video images)
RIBReservation Induced Blocking
RIBRight In-Board (location of aircraft underwing pylons)
RIBRating Information Book
RIBResearch Information Board
References in classic literature ?
Robin dodged his blows lightly, then sprang in swiftly and unexpectedly and dealt the stranger such a blow upon the short ribs that you would have sworn the tanner was trimming down his hides for market.
Why, marry," replied Robin, "this fellow would not let me pass the footbridge, and when I tickled him in the ribs, he must needs answer by a pat on the head which landed me overboard.
The track she had made when drifting while her heart stood still within her iron ribs looked like a tangled thread on the white paper of the chart.
Sancho was by this time plastered and had lain down, and though he strove to sleep the pain of his ribs would not let him, while Don Quixote with the pain of his had his eyes as wide open as a hare's.
While he was taken up with these vagaries, then, the time and the hour- an unlucky one for him- arrived for the Asturian to come, who in her smock, with bare feet and her hair gathered into a fustian coif, with noiseless and cautious steps entered the chamber where the three were quartered, in quest of the carrier; but scarcely had she gained the door when Don Quixote perceived her, and sitting up in his bed in spite of his plasters and the pain of his ribs, he stretched out his arms to receive his beauteous damsel.
Then, raising his staff, stout Arthur dealt him another blow upon the ribs.
said Little John, sitting up and feeling his ribs where the Tanner had cudgeled him.
There are twelve ribs, you know, and the two lower ones are called floating ribs, because they are not fastened to the breastbone.
Timmy coughed and groaned, because his ribs hurted him.
I guess already that you have been stuck in the ribs with a knife.
But you've located the diagnosis all right enough--it's under my coat, near the ribs.
Smallpox in 'Onolulu, two broken legs in Shanghai, pnuemonia in Unalaska, three busted ribs an' my insides all twisted in 'Frisco.