• Ruggiero Ricci

    Ruggiero Ricci

    Ruggiero Ricci (24 July 1918 – 6 August 2012) was an American violinist known for performances and recordings of the works of Paganini.

  • Ruggiero

    Ruggiero (pronounced [rudˈdʒɛːro]) is an Italian spelling variant of the name Ruggero, a version of the Germanic name Roger, and may refer to:

  • Francesco Ruggiero

    Francesco Ruggiero (16 August 1957 in Naples, Italy – 18 January 2007 in Geneva, Switzerland) participated in the commissioning of Large Electron–Positron Collider, contributed to the Large Hadron Collider design, became the leader of the accelerator group in CERN and finally coordinated the CARE-HHH framework devoted to the LHC upgrade studies (or Super Large Hadron Collider ). For a large period he also was associate editor of the prestigious Physical Review ST-AB journal.

  • Ruggiero di Lauria-class ironclad

    Ruggiero di Lauria-class ironclad

    The Ruggiero di Lauria was a class of ironclad battleships built for the Italian Regia Marina (Royal Navy) during the late 19th century. The three ships—Ruggiero di Lauria, Francesco Morosini, and Andrea Doria –were improved versions of the earlier Caio Duilio-class ironclads. The primary improvements were new breech-loading guns, better armor protection, and more powerful machinery. The ships, designed by Giuseppe Micheli, marked a temporary diversion from the ideas of Benedetto Brin, who had designed the two preceding classes along with the following class.

  • Salvatore Ruggiero

    Salvatore Frank Ruggiero Sr. pronounced (roo-JEH-roh) (July 20, 1945 – May 1982), also known as "Sal the Sphinx", "Sal Quack Quack" and "Sally", was a Gambino crime family mob associate and drug trafficker who was the younger brother of Angelo Ruggiero and ringleader of "The Pleasant Avenue Connection" which was a precursor to the Pizza Connection Trial drug smuggling operation. He became a fugitive in the late 1970s. He was a passenger on an aircraft that crashed on May 6, 1982; his body was recovered on May 14.

  • Gene Ruggiero

    Gene S. Ruggiero (June 20, 1910 – February 19, 2002) was an American film editor. Originally a golf caddy at an exclusive New York country club, Ruggiero was fired from his job and later went to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer where he was assigned the job of editing. He was initially unhappy with his job and would often skip working to play golf, demoted to assistant editor due to this.

  • Ruggiero Rizzitelli

    Ruggiero Rizzitelli (Italian pronunciation: [rudˈdʒɛːro rittsiˈtɛlli]; born 2 September 1967) is an Italian former footballer who played as a striker.

  • Renato Ruggiero

    Renato Ruggiero

    Renato Ruggiero (9 April 1930 – 4 August 2013) was an Italian politician. He was Director-General of the World Trade Organization from 1995 to 1999 and briefly served as Italy's Foreign Minister in 2001.

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