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Could that be a ruboff from being married to a director?
This has had a ruboff effect on many of the sectors which are not covered by a collective agreement.
And to be sure, there’s a ruboff of the rat-rod movement expressed here as well.
New Jersey's lottery operation, including its ruboff card games, are expected to contribute $480 million to the state treasury this year.
Examples of this ruboff effect were evident at this month’s Arizona classic car sales.
The new inks had to reduce ruboff significantly without reducing the sharp, black appearance of the print on paper.
Ms. Felland said it was technically impossible to eliminate ink ruboff entirely.
Some inserts even include ruboff makeup samples.
Since I manage both there’s obviously going to be a bit of a ruboff from how I run the PlayStation business.
The Shanghai market, which has been less exposed than most to the subprime problems, closed up 1.14 percent, in part due to the ruboff effect of Hong Kong.
RUBOFF Steve McQueen with his ’63 Ferrari Lusso.
Magazines do not have a ruboff problem because they are printed using a different process that includes heat-drying the ink; time and cost prevent newspapers from using such a system.
The new inks, which were developed by the Sun Chemical Corporation, the world's largest ink company, will reduce so-called ruboff by 60 percent compared with conventional ink that The Times had previously used.
Still, no single factor can justify the cost (you can buy nearly as much performance for a tenth the price), not even the celebrity ruboff of Bruce Wayne riding an F4 in the “Dark Knight” blockbuster.
A Big Complaint "The general consensus in the industry is that ink ruboff is the one thing people always complain about," said Ruth Felland, manager for chemistry at the American Newspaper Publishers Association, a trade group.
Company after company has borrowed from surfing, trying to align their goods with the lifestyle - Coke, McDonalds, Amway, Pepsi - the big guys pay huge bucks to try for just a little ruboff from surfing.
The car's poor sales seemed to contradict assumptions of Chrysler's marketing experts, who believed a "ruboff" or "halo effect" would result from attaching an illustrious name, like Maserati, to a vehicle that was not as technically distinguished as the European sports cars against which it competed.