RITA


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RITAResearch and Innovative Technology Administration (US Department of Transportation)
RITARepository of Information for Testing and Analysis (database; US Army)
RITAResearch Is the Answer (foundation; Jacksonville, FL)
RITARegional Income Tax Agency (Ohio)
RITARecognition of Information Technology Achievement
RITAReliable Internetwork Troubleshooting Agent
RITARwanda Information Technology Authority (Kigali, Rwanda)
RITARandomised Intervention Treatment of Angina
RITARelocation Income Tax Allowance (IRS)
RITARotorcraft Industry Technology Association
RITARolling In The Aisle
RITARepublic of Ireland Taekwon-Do Association
RITARochester Institute of Technology Ambulance (Rochester, NY)
RITARhode Island Telecommunications Association
RITARhee International Taekwon-Do Australia
RITAFrench Secure Mobile Communications System
RITARider Information and Touring Association
RITArepresentation, information, training and auditing (UK Freight Transport Association)
RITARéseau d'Information sur les Technologies Alimentaires (French: Information Network on Food Technologies; rural development information database; Senegal)
References in classic literature ?
It was precisely to confer on that matter with Dona Rita that Captain Blunt had been despatched from Headquarters.
Their purpose explains the intimate tone given to their first conversation and the sudden introduction of Dona Rita's history.
Carlini besought his chief to make an exception in Rita's favor, as her father was rich, and could pay a large ransom.
`At nine o'clock to-morrow Rita's father will be here with the money.' -- `It is well; in the meantime, we will have a merry night; this young girl is charming, and does credit to your taste.
He was standing, his arms folded, near Rita, who was still insensible.
Diavolaccio advanced amidst the most profound silence, and laid Rita at the captain's feet.
`I expected thee,' said the bandit to Rita's father.
`Wretch!' returned the old man, `what hast thou done?' and he gazed with terror on Rita, pale and bloody, a knife buried in her bosom.
But her imitations of a Parisian personage, very highly placed indeed, as she represented him standing in the corner of a room with his face to the wall, rubbing the back of his head and moaning helplessly, "Rita, you are the death of me!" were enough to make one (if young and free from cares) split one's sides laughing.
Darwish has often assured his readers that Rita does exist, but that her name is an alias, for artistic reasons.
Charlotte Kate will become a household name in the Far East with her portrayal of Rita in a new TV series and the necklace provides a real connection to the woman who gave up her life in Kirkintilloch, near Glasgow, in 1921 to move to Japan.
Known throughout Israel simply as "Rita," the 51-year-old's latest album is in Persian, but before that she released all her albums in Hebrew or English.