It is within this rubric that Romney utters the line in which his campaign is about “saving the soul of America.”
It's awfully hard to suggest that our relationship with al Qaeda doesn't fall under the rubric "us versus them."
Cut to popular programs are just put under this Function 920 rubric, which allows them to pretend they're not real.
The site has always run arts coverage as well as first-person pieces, under the rubric of Mothers Who Think, for instance.
All of this was presented under the rubric of "comedy," but—as with everything that Kovacs conceived—it plays as much, much more.
One rubric was retained which the more advanced Reformers wished done away with.
I asked her once what was the great attraction of that volume, and she said 'the rubric.'
The rubric, therefore, ordered that the Lessons should be said to uninflected song.
This rubric he adhered to his life long, despite his change of spiritual base.
(which is named in the rubric) includes a considerable period preceding the passing of the Prayer-book Act.
c.1300, "directions in religious services" (often in red writing), from Old French rubrique, rubriche "rubric, title" (13c.), from Latin rubrica "red ochre, red coloring matter," from ruber, from PIE root *rudhro- (see red). Meaning "title or heading of a book" is from early 15c. Related: Rubrical.