R.I.P. is an abbreviation for requiescat in pace (Latin, translates to English as: "rest in peace")

For downloading/getting/ripping audio or video from somewhere (for example, from Youtube or TV), see article Ripping.

R.I.P. or RIP may also refer to:

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Surf Zone - Tides
... Zone can help determine the danger level of rip currents ... Rip Current Outlooks use the following set of qualifications Low Risk rip currents Wind and/or wave conditions are not expected to support the development of ... Moderate Risk rip currentsWind and/or wave conditions support stronger or more frequent rip currents ...
Rip Hawkins
... Ross Cooper "Rip" Hawkins (born April 21, 1939 in Winchester, Tennessee) is a former professional American football player ... Derby Paul Dickson Billy Gault Dick Grecni Dick Haley Rip Hawkins Ray Hayes Gerry Huth Gene Johnson Don Joyce Bill Lapham Jim Leo Jim Marshall Tommy Mason Doug Mayberry Hugh McElhenny Mike Mercer Dave ... Head Coach Norm Van Brocklin Persondata Name Hawkins, Rip Alternative names Short description American football player Date of birth April 21, 1939 Place of birth Winchester, Tennessee ...
Rip, Sew And Stitch - Notes
... Rip, Sew and Stitch is a remake of 1947's Sing a Song of Six Pants, using ample stock footage ...
Big Rip (disambiguation)
... Big Rip may refer to Big Rip, cosmological hypothesis in which the matter of the universe are progressively torn apart by the expansion of the universe ... The Big Rip, is a network of massively multiplayer online games ...
Cloonfush - Facilities
... A local committee was formed by Michael Cullinane (RIP), Thomas Fleming and Patrick Quinn (RIP), and a borehole was sunk near the old hand pump location ... served the area over the years, including Burke's of High Street (Brendan Whelan RIP), Harry Campbell (RIP) of Vicarschoroland and Jack Grady (RIP) of High Street ...

Famous quotes containing the word rip:

    Our missiles always make too short an arc:
    They fall, they rip the grass, they intersect
    The curve of earth, and striking, break their own;
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    We are double-edged blades, and every time we whet our virtue the return stroke straps our vice. Where is the skillful swordsman who can give clean wounds, and not rip up his work with the other edge?
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I never knowed how clothes could change a body before. Why, before, he looked like the orneriest old rip that ever was; but now, when he’d take off his new white beaver and make a bow and do a smile, he looked that grand and good and pious that you’d say he had walked right out of the ark, and maybe was old Leviticus himself.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)