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Rib or RIB may refer to:
- Rib, a bone attached to the spine, in vertebrate animals
- Ribs (food), the cooked meat and rib bones of a food animal
- Rib or costa, the leading edge of an insect wing (See Glossary of entomology terms)
- Rib, angulated vertical line on the stem of cactus
- Rib (aeronautics), a longitudinal structural member in an aircraft wing responsible for maintaining its curvature.
- Rib (nautical), a lateral structural member connected to the keel between gunwales
- Rib, one type of transverse member in boat building
- Rib, any slender molded masonry arch projecting from a surface, particularly as part of an architectural vault
- Rib vault, a type of architectural vault in which the ribs are built first
- The sides of a violin or a guitar
- The sides of a tunnel
- A type of escarpment seen in rib and groove topography
- Rib (professional wrestling), a practical joke
- A stitch pattern in knitting
- A tool used for shaping or smoothing pottery
- A type of fabric with closely woven yarn.
- Rigid-hulled inflatable boat
- RenderMan Interface Bytestream in 3D graphics
- Romanian International Bank
- Routing Information Base in computer networking
- RIB Software, a German company
- Roman Inscriptions of Britain, an archaeological reference book
- Retirement Insurance Benefits from the United States Social Security Administration
- Rwanda Investigation Bureau, law enforcement in Rwanda
- Ryukyu Islands Boy Scouts, Japan
- Renault Industrie Belgique S.A. / Renault Industrie België N.V., a Belgian plant of the Renault concern
- Remote Insight Board, for HP Integrated Lights-Out remote system management protocols
- R.I.B. (album), a 2014 release by German metal band Tankard
- Razed in Black, an industrial music group
- Reign in Blood, an album by thrash metal band, Slayer
- "Ribs" (song) a 2013 song by Lorde from her album Pure Heroine
- Ribs (band) an American space rock/grime band.
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