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a person who rules or governs; sovereign.
Also, rule. a strip of wood, metal, or other material having a straight edge and usually marked off in inches or centimeters, used for drawing lines, measuring, etc.
a person or thing that rules paper, wood, etc.
Astrology. the planet primarily associated with any sign of the zodiac or any house of the horoscope:
The ruler of Aries is Mars. The ruler of Taurus is Venus.
a person who rules or commands
Also called rule. a strip of wood, metal, or other material, having straight edges graduated usually in millimetres or inches, used for measuring and drawing straight lines


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