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RIF may refer to:

  • Reading Is Fundamental, an organization promoting children's literacy
  • Reconnaissance in Force, a type of military operation used specifically to probe an enemy's disposition
  • Reduction in Force, a large-scale ending of employment
  • Renju International Federation, Renju is the professional variant of board game Gomoku
  • Right iliac fossa, part of the surface of the human abdomen
  • The Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria's), was an infantry regiment of the British Army, raised in 1881
  • Rule Interchange Format, a W3C recommendation-track effort
  • Requirements Interchange Format
  • Resistance is futile, a catchphrase in Star Trek

Rif may refer to: In 1966, former teacher and Alpha Phi alumna Margaret McNamara brought a bag of used books to four boys in Washington, D.C., whom she tutored in reading. ... The term Reduction in Force is used by various corporate Human Resources departments as a synonym for downsizing. ... Renju or Lianzhu (Japanese/Chinese: 連珠) is the professional variant of Gomoku, a board game originated from Japan in Heian Period. ... Right iliac fossa (RIF) is an anatomical term that refers to the right-inferior part of the surface of the human abdomen. ... The Royal Irish Fusiliers was an infantry regiment of the British Army, raised in 1881 and amalgamated with The Royal Ulster Rifles and The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers to form The Royal Irish Rangers in 1968[1]. // Recipients of the Victoria Cross: Victoria Cross medal, ribbon, and bar. ... The Rule Interchange Format (RIF) is a W3C recommendation-track effort to develop a format for interchange of rules in rule-based systems on the semantic web. ... “Resistance is futile” (IPA: ) is a famous catch phrase used by the Borg from the Star Trek fictional universe. ...

  • Isaac Alfasi, Rabbi Isaac ben Jacob Alfasi (1013 - 1103), was a Talmudist and posek
  • Rif, a region in Morocco

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Rif - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (436 words)
Rif might have its origin in Arif, a Berber word or from Arabic language meaning countryside.
Major Rif cities include Nador and Al Hoceima (Also called Biya), Azghenghan, Selwan, Ajdir, Tangiers, Tetouan (originally, was called Tittawin), Tawrirt and Taza, while Melilla and Ceuta though in Spanish hands, are geographically and liguistically parts of it.
Traditionally, the principal Rif tribes of the region are:
YWAM Sahara - Rif Berbers (3549 words)
The Rif Berbers are among the original inhabitants of this area.
The Rif Berbers occupy the region the north and eastern ranges of the Rif mountains.
Rif Berber life is based mainly on the cultivation of cereal crops - barley, wheat, and corn.
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