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  • It's covered with a surface composite material called Skatelite, otherwise known as Ramp Armor.

    A Stage for Skaters

  • Today we conducted a moving departure ceremony called a Ramp Ceremony for the dignified transfer of the remains.

    CNN Transcript Nov 6, 2009

  • PARTON: No, I don't want you to call Ramp (UNINTELLIGIBLE).

    CNN Transcript Jul 6, 2007

  • We are now pretty well convinced that the Ramp is a moraine resting on a platform of ice.

    Scott's Last Expedition Volume I

  • The time came when the procession approached and parked at the 'Ramp' right next to a Heavy Armored SWAT Truck and the Family brought in the casket.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • And then he'll say, "Ramp," and that's when it gets right over the flight deck.

    CNN Transcript Jun 1, 2002

  • This morning his ticket said "Ramp" which meant his car was blocking some small ramp on the sidewalk. $55 down the drain to pay for some cop's doughnut party.

    nisayon Diary Entry

  • The revolutionary "Ramp" function adapts the stored HD curve to the power of the bullb.

    UK Regional Film and Television News

  • They promise the yoga pro and unbendable alike the chance to learn something new and win a "Ramp" or "Wedge" courtesy of Good Vibrations

    San Francisco Bay Guardian: Top Stories

  • Vanstone Milton 'Ramp' Rodrigues Ian 'Historian' McAllister Tet 'Panda' Man from China Rob

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