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RUB

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Russian Rouble.

RUB

ISO 4217 code for the Russian ruble. It was issued in 1998, replacing the Soviet ruble (which was also called the Russian ruble after the fall of the Soviet Union). Despite the issue of a new currency, it lost 70% of its value against the U.S. dollar in six weeks as a result of the Russian financial crisis. It is a floating currency.
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While a traditional scrub using chlorhexidine gluconate remains the preferred method of antisepsis, 20% of practitioners use alcohol rubs for repeated cases.
Meanwhile, other studies identified increased compliance and decreased infection rates when alcohol-based rubs were incorporated into hand hygiene.
Widmer of the University of Basel (Switzerland) and associates studied 178 hospital workers before and after a 1-day training on use of an alcohol-based rub. They added fluorescent dye to the rub and examined hands under ultraviolet light to spot areas missed.
Widmer of the University of Basel (Switzerland) and associates studied 178 hospital health care workers before and after a 1-day training on proper techniques for applying an alcohol-based rub. They added fluorescent dye to the rub and examined hands under ultraviolet light to spot areas missed when applying it.
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New guidelines on hand hygiene by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention promote the use of alcoholbased "rubs" that can be slathered onto the hands in lieu of washing, Dr.
Use of highly aromatic tree species, however, may increase the effectiveness of a tree rub in drawing the attention of other rhinos.
I remembered that a friend--back in the late '50s when my deer hunting was on the verge of turning into a writing career--had scored on a huge buck by hunting a smoking-hot rub line, not a scrape.
If you must rub your eye, avoid rubbing the eyelid itself.
I rub the rough wood with my fingers and listen to see if Grandma is chanting.
Almost all engineering systems and many biological ones contain components that are loaded and rub against one another, such as gears and bearings in machines and hip and knee joints in humans.