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  • proper noun Another name for the constellation Aries.
  • noun soccer someone connected with Derby County Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.

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  • And the name Ram Narian, the addressee of the e-mail.

    Walls of Silence

  • And the name Ram Narian, the addressee of the e-mail.

    Walls of Silence

  • And the name Ram Narian, the addressee of the e-mail.

    Walls of Silence

  • The English word romantic is derived from the Sanskrit word Ram, and Shri Ram saw only one thing when he closed his eyes: Sita Devi.

    Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar

  • The English word romantic is derived from the Sanskrit word Ram, and Shri Ram saw only one thing when he closed his eyes: Sita Devi.

    Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar

  • The English word romantic is derived from the Sanskrit word Ram, and Shri Ram saw only one thing when he closed his eyes: Sita Devi.

    Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar

  • The Eye of the Ram is a magic energy blastic rod held by your evil magician type that is part of Salmoneus 'troupe.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • As the verdict was being announced, two hundred thousand troops were on hand in the Northern Indian city of Ayodhya to, for a moment, keep millions of Hindus and Muslims from repeating centuries of violence over the land where the Hindu god Ram is believed to have been born and the Muslim King Babar built a mosque.

    Shirin Sadeghi: Park 51 in India: The Babri Mosque Verdict

  • As the verdict was being announced, two hundred thousand troops were on hand in the Northern Indian city of Ayodhya to, for a moment, keep millions of Hindus and Muslims from repeating centuries of violence over the land where the Hindu god Ram is believed to have been born and the Muslim King Babar built a mosque.

    Shirin Sadeghi: Park 51 in India: The Babri Mosque Verdict

  • As the verdict was being announced, two hundred thousand troops were on hand in the Northern Indian city of Ayodhya to, for a moment, keep millions of Hindus and Muslims from repeating centuries of violence over the land where the Hindu god Ram is believed to have been born and the Muslim King Babar built a mosque.

    Shirin Sadeghi: Park 51 in India: The Babri Mosque Verdict

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