Did you by any chance mean ramble?
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“Rahat (Turkish for welfare) = ministry of health and education which oversees school, university, scholars, hospital, midwives, genist (including leave for aggies and partnering), vets rambla = stream”
“When she was my age, she had taken a walk with him on one of the broad streets in Barcelona called a rambla.”
Borrowed Finery, A Memoir
“Another evil omen was sent to deter him from his enterprise: arriving at the rambla, or dry ravine, of”
“Sometimes their road was a mere rambla, or dry bed of a torrent, cut deep into the mountains and filled with their shattered fragments.”
“The morning dawned upon them in a narrow rambla, its bottom formed of broken rocks, where once had raved along the mountain-torrent, while above there beetled great arid cliffs, over the brows of which they beheld the turbaned heads of their fierce and exulting foes.”
“En estado crítico se encuentra uno de los jóvenes que se accidentó en la rambla mercedaria”
“[Three parties together in the same Montevideo 'rambla costanera',”
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