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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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Her observations are backed by what IBISWorld saw in its 2016 report: Demand for barbecue-style products like sauces and rubs continues to flourish even though healthy eating trends are on the rise, including a choice by many consumers to eat less meat per person each year.
The biggest difference between the two types of rubs is that a signpost rub is where all of the bucks within the area will leave their scent.
This is exactly why many deer experts say hunting rubs during the rut can be a waste of time.
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Hunting, especially of dominant stags, could potentially result in the disruption of territories and increase territorial disputes, resulting in increased sign marking by subordinates and thus result in increased rub damage.
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If hands are not visibly soiled, an alcohol-based hand rub can also be used.
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The CDC guidelines recommend the use of alcohol-based hand rubs when hands are not visibly soiled.