Her choice for Desert Island Discs ranged from “The Drinking Song” by Verdi to “ra ra rasputin” by Boney M.
At opening of the ra exhibition, some of his key recruits—from Gormley to novelist Ian McEwan—were gathered.
Below, the spirits of Ash-Mut and winged figures of ra on either side.
He also is, like ra and Osiris, a god of the under-world to which men go after death.
In the fourth century of our ra we find this word made plural, and even feminine, and used as the equivalent of Parc.
Remember the leap to death and the Boat of ra, and those by whom it was captained.
Once in the hands of the Pharaoh, ra'hel's rival would be unable to escape; the granite walls of the palace would keep their prey.
The names of other deities also were combined with that of ra.
ra Kalavo (the rat) would not listen to this kind proposal, but said, 'Let man die as a rat dies.'
Have you ever known my tongue sin against the lovely daughter of ra?
"hawk-headed sovereign sun god of Egyptian mythology," from Egyptian R' "sun, day."
The symbol for the element radium.
The symbol for radium.
A rare, bright-white, highly radioactive element of the alkaline-earth group. It occurs naturally in very small amounts in ores and minerals containing uranium, and it is naturally luminescent. Radium is used as a source of radon gas for the treatment of disease and as a neutron source for scientific research. Its most stable isotope is Ra 226 with a half-life of 1,622 years. Atomic number 88; melting point 700°C; boiling point 1,737°C; valence 2. See Periodic Table.
Anger; the RED ASS (1942+)