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- n. Plural form of ram.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ram.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as ramsch.
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The Star Trek hype train rams the station next week and Vince Horiuchi of The Salt Lake Tribune laments the lack of good movies made from TV shows.
Five of the best battering-rams, that is, of the biggest of them, were placed upon Mount
"In the short-term rams fed excessive amounts of cereal based feeds prior to sale are likely to be infertile, usually for two to three months.
The seizure of the rams was a serious blow to the Confederate cause.
The "Southern party," however, had not quite given up hope, and the agitation to prevent the sailing of the rams was a keen spur to its flagging zeal.
The man looked and looked, but he could not tell which of the rams was his son, for they all looked alike to him, so he had to go home without him.
And this with the incense of rams, that is, with the fat of rams, which being burnt upon the altar, the smoke of it would ascend like the smoke of incense.
Five of the best battering-rams, that is, of the biggest of them, were placed upon Mount Hearken, a mount cast up hard by Ear - gate, with intent to break that open.
The devices are required to include several "rams" that can be activated to close off sections of the pipe if oil or gas were to come up the hole suddenly.
Six of the fourteen "rams" were lost, with sheer futility, at New Orleans in April, '62; the rest at Memphis the following
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