Either way, the trial is expected to take a turn to the tawdry in November when ruby herself is scheduled to address the court.
The idea for her screenwriting debut, ruby Sparks, came when Kazan was walking home from work one evening.
A couple of decades ago, there were plenty of little kids named ruby and Oscar, but their parents were rarely tastemakers.
Knesset Speaker Reuven (ruby) Rivlin is making waves with his support for this new legislation.
Of course, it would be like looking for a Burmese ruby on the back of a sanitation truck.
But it was very delightful to rush in past ruby and turn somersaults all the way to the kitchen.
I cottoned to ye fust time I see ye, and so did ruby, and we still do.
And the date that Sorrels was alleged to have heard this from ruby?
Then at last—but we must leave that to ruby M. Ayres to tell you as only she can.
But when the physician had thoroughly examined them, he said the ruby he wished for was not amongst them.
"clear rich-red variety of corundum," c.1300, from Old French rubi (12c.), from Medieval Latin rubinus lapis "red stone" (cf. Italian rubino), from Latin rubeus "red," related to ruber (see red). As a color name from 1570s. As an adjective from late 15c. Modern French rubis is not explained; Klein suggests a plural mistaken for singular.
A deep-red, translucent variety of the mineral corundum, containing small amounts of chromium and valued as a gem. Compare sapphire.
(Heb. peninim), only in plural (Lam. 4:7). The ruby was one of the stones in the high priest's breastplate (Ex. 28:17). A comparison is made between the value of wisdom and rubies (Job 28:18; Prov. 3:15; 8:11). The price of a virtuous woman is said to be "far above rubies" (Prov. 31:10). The exact meaning of the Hebrew word is uncertain. Some render it "red coral;" others, "pearl" or "mother-of-pearl."