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RIP or R.I.P. is an abbreviation of requiescat in pace or (in English) Rest in peace, often used in epitaphs.
It may also refer to:
- Repeat induced point-mutation, a process by which DNA in some fungi accumulates mutations
- Ribosome inactivating protein, a type of protein that controls ribosomes
- RNA immunoprecipitation, with an antibody
- Raster image processor
- Remote Imaging Protocol, for using graphics instead of text on a BBS
- Routing Information Protocol, in computer networks
- RIP register, a processor register for holding an instruction pointer in 64-bit x86 processors
- Relative Instruction-Pointer, an addressing mode peculiar to the x86-64 architecture
- RIP (band), a punk band from Basque Country (Spain)
- R.I.P. (Coroner album), a 1987 album by thrash metal band Coroner
- R.I.P. (Rocket from the Crypt album)
- R.I.P. (Murder City Devils album), a 2003 live album by Murder City Devils
- "R.I.P." (Young Jeezy song) a song by American rapper Young Jeezy featuring 2 Chainz
- "R.I.P." (Rita Ora song) by Rita Ora
- "R.I.P. (Rock in Peace)", a song on the album Backtracks
- "R.I.P.", a song by September from the 2007 album Dancing Shoes
- "R.I.P. (Rest in Pain)", a song by Sepultura from the 1987 album Schizophrenia
- R.I.P. cartridge (Round, Irritant, Personnel), or tear-gas cartridge, a specialist shotgun ammunition
- "R.I.P." (story), a 1998 short story by Poppy Z. Brite
- RiP!: A Remix Manifesto, a 2008 open-source documentary film
- Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, a UK act of Parliament
- Ranger Indoctrination Program, U.S. Army
- Restricted isometry property, in mathematics
- Reduced Ignition Propensity cigarettes, more commonly called fire safe cigarettes
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