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  • n. Plural form of dram.

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Examples

  • It refers to the corresponding amount of blackpowder in drams it would take to get the velocity you're getting with the given load from the smokeless that's in there.

    When you buy a box of shotgun shells, what does Max. Dr. Eq. mean?

  • MTV Guy: So James, how much cum, in liquid drams, is in your stomach right now?

    JAMES FRANCO IS STONED OR SOMETHING

  • I could rarely recall my drams, waking only to know that they had been harsh and violent.

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  • TREATMENT: It is advisable to give a physic as it has a very good effect on the blood, such as Aloin, two drams, and Ginger, two drams, which is easily prepared and administered by placing in capsule and giving with capsule gun.

    The Veterinarian

  • We may not sell anything which tends to impair health; such is eminently all that liquid fire, commonly called drams or spirituous liquors.

    Tupelo

  • Despite chilly November weather and a high price of tickets (between 10,000 and 50,000 drams, which is about $30 to $165), the concert hall was full of local fans and guests who have come to honor the man who made Armenian music known worldwide with plaintive melodies of the duduk. “I am fascinated.

    Armenianow

  • The roials of plate are sold by the 100 drams at prise, according as they be in request: but amongst the marchants they bargaine by the 100 metrals, which are 150 drams of Aleppo, which 150 drams are 135 single roials of plate: but in the mint or castle, they take them by the 100 drams, which is 90 roials of plate, and those of the mint giue 5 medines lesse in each 100 drams then they are woorth to be sold among the marchants, and make paiment at the terme of 40 dayes in Sayes.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Still you might throw out, here and there, a few words about "drams" and

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 103, October 15, 1892

  • The girls were assigned to teams, robbing this moment of any kind of drams, and then they participated in an aggressively stupid head-to-head quiz that made

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  • Units of measurement varied from product to product: 72% used milliliters, 78% used teaspoons, 19% used tablespoons and 6% used nonstandard units of measurement such as drams or cubic centimeters.

    latimes.com - News

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