Definitions for "Rug"
n. 1. Car blanket. Back to the top
Horse blanket, most times describing winter blankets.
Legend has it that an entrepreneurial Persia merchant by the name of Simbad was looking for a market for the remnants left over from rug weaving. These small "rugs" were marked as hats and enjoyed some sales success during winter months since Persians didn't much care how they looked. The concept feel from favor during an especially string wind storm. After the demise of the "head rug" business, Simbad took up sailing and movie making. The hair weave product was subsequentially "reinvented" by the Hair Club for Men and they are still sold to wimpy and insecure bald men.
Keywords:  laid, carpet, floor, hang, poti
A piece of thick, nappy fabric, commonly made of wool, -- used for various purposes, as for covering and ornamenting part of a bare floor, for hanging in a doorway as a potière, for protecting a portion of carpet, for a wrap to protect the legs from cold, etc.
The rug in Shelley’s Room, on which most doll games were mapped out and played, was made up of multicolored scraps of shag carpet, procured by the Jacksons from a carpet store trash bin, fit together like a jigsaw puzzle and glued to the floor. A simple but all-purpose stage set, the rug was invaluable to the doll games: carpet segments could become rooms, apartments, gardens, forests, ships and even bodies of water. Unfortunately, this irreplaceable piece of Doll Games’ history is no longer extant.
In Britain and other parts of Europe, a piece of carpet that is small enough to hang on a wall, or that measures up to 6 ft (1.8 m) long; anything larger than this is classified as a carpet. In practice the terms are almost interchangeable.
Keywords:  dog, woolly, garment, shaggy, frieze
A kind of coarse, heavy frieze, formerly used for garments.
A rough, woolly, or shaggy dog.
A rug is a covering or garment made by humans to protect their pets from the elements, as in a horse rug or dog coat.
Keywords:  hastily, plunder, tug, spoil, roughly
To pull roughly or hastily; to plunder; to spoil; to tear.
pull, tug
a close drizzle. Danish dialect, rug; Swedish dialect, rugg, id.
Resource Utilization Group
Resource Utilization Units. The unit of payment for the prospective payment system that HCFA uses to pay nursing homes. Under this regimen, HCFA places nursing home patients into RUGs based on how well patients perform daily activities and the number and types of services they use. The more complex the case, the higher the reimbursement.
Keywords:  racf, user, group, regional
RACF User Group.
Regional Users Group
Keywords:  wrinkled
wrinkled ("rugosa")
Keywords:  pubic, female, area
Female pubic area
These are usually smaller than 9 X 6 ft. in size and are used for both commercial uses and as collectibles.