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    Ruby, My Dear

    "Ruby, My Dear" is a jazz ballad composed by Thelonious Monk. The tune was named after Rubie Richardson, Monk's first love and his older sister Marion's best friend. It was first recorded at a 1947 session for Blue Note Records. Monk recorded "Ruby My Dear" several times, including solo piano performances in 1959 and 1965, as well as versions with saxophonists Coleman Hawkins and John Coltrane (at New York's Five Spot Jazz Cafe in the summer of 1957). In 1997, guitarist Larry Coryell covered the song from his album "Spaces Revisited."
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    Merb, short for "Mongrel+Erb", is a model–view–controller web framework written in Ruby. Merb adopted an approach that focused on essential core functionality, leaving most functionality to plugins. Merb’s unofficial slogan was “No code is faster than no code,” a reflection of the philosophy that smaller software had the potential to be both more performant and simpler to debug. Merb was merged into Rails web framework on December 23, 2008 as part of the Ruby on Rails 3.0 release. Merb 1.0 was released on November 7, 2008 at RubyConf. and is currently at version 1.1. The Merb project was started as a "clean-room" implementation of the Ruby on Rails controller stack, but has grown to incorporate a number of ideas which deviated from Rails's spirit and methodology, most notably, component modularity, extensible API design, and vertical scalability. Most of these capabilities have since been incorporated back into Rails during the Rails/Merb merger announced on December 23, 2008. Like Rails, Merb can also be used to write sophisticated applications and RESTful Web services. It has been suggested that Merb is more flexible and faster than Rails. Most of the key features and purported
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