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- n. refuse matter
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Refuse matter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To turn to rubbish; molder.
- n. Refuse wood, as of twigs or small branches, or decayed woody matter.
- n. Rubbish, especially bricklayers' rubbish.
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It sets me thinkin ', sometimes, when aw tak a rammel abaat th' hills an 'valleys o' mi own neighborhood, what i 'th' name o 'fortun' maks ivvery body lang to get as far away throo hooam as they can to enjoy thersens.
Scolytid beetles in their burrows, in which copulation takes place: = rammel-kammer.
All these were duly packed away deep in the traveller's scrip, and above them old pippin-faced brother Athanasius had placed a parcel of simnel bread and rammel cheese, with a small flask of the famous blue-sealed Abbey wine.
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