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  • Ramonda, the warrior queen, was being seduced by Thelius, the handsome hero intent on stealing her birthright.

    Much Ado About Marriage

  • Ramonda, the warrior queen, was being seduced by Thelius, the handsome hero intent on stealing her birthright.

    Much Ado About Marriage

  • Ramonda, the warrior queen, was being seduced by Thelius, the handsome hero intent on stealing her birthright.

    Much Ado About Marriage

  • Among the notable endemic and relict species are Aesculus hippocastanum, Jankaea heldreichii, Ramonda nataliae, Macrotomia densiflora, and Primula kitaibeliana.

    Pindus Mountains mixed forests

  • The genus Ramonda, which has one species endemic to the Pyrenees (R. myconae) and two species endemic to the Dinaric Mountains, should also be mentioned.

    Pyrenees conifer and mixed forests

  • Ramonda myconi, endemic to the Pyrénées, is found in this habitat and others species such as the Pyrenean saxifrage Saxifraga longifolia, Antirrhinum sempervirens and Pinguicula longifolia occur in the same habitat.

    Pyrenees-Mont Perdu, France and Spain

  • At $25 to $45 a night, the Forest Service cabins are coveted rentals during Alaska's high season, when locals and tourists alike hit the trails. recreation.gov, and Marc Ramonda, a local ranger, said that right at that six-month mark, "There's people clicking."

    NYT > Home Page

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